Public Relations Specialist Career
Public relations specialists help companies and organizations maintain a positive image with their key audiences including the media, customers, partners and investors. If you become a public relations specialist, you might write news releases, coordinate interviews and meetings between executives and the media, create speeches or marketing materials, and plan events where your company can share information with important stakeholders.
As a public relations specialist, you might work in a particular area of an organization with targeted communications needs. For instance, if you worked in internal communications, you might be responsible for communications with employees about company policies, management direction, and training issues. If you work in public affairs, you might focus on communicating with government officials and politicians who control public policy that might affect your employer’s business.