So if you're interested in a career in PR, there are certain things that you need to do to prepare to get that entry-level position. I would start as soon as possible, which is in college. Yes, a degree in communications and public relations is very valuable, but what's even more valuable is the experience because PR is a field about who you know. So it's time to start early building your rolodex while you're in college. Try to take as many public relations internships as possible. Have a job while you're in the semester at college, and during that summer, take another PR job. It may be something different, such as in-house PR or out-of-house PR with brands or celebrities. Throughout those college years, intern, intern, intern. Because when you graduate college and start applying for entry-level positions, yes, you're going to have a degree in communications or public relations, but what's valuable to that employer is actual work experience. So if you want to gain an entry-level job out of college in the field of PR, you need to have some experience under your belt, and the only way to do it is through internships. And let me tell you, all agencies need PR interns, so I'm always looking for them in spring, fall, winter, and summer. My doors are open, and I'm ready to take in young college students and teach them about the field of PR.