Husky Agency strives to make it easy for journalists, news outlets, as well as interested individuals and organizations to understand our agency, as well as the campus of St. Cloud State University and beyond.
To arrange an interview or for additional information, please contact:
Assistant Professor Jannet Walsh
St. Cloud State University
Department of Mass Communications
125 Stewart Hall
St. Cloud, MN 56301-4498
Husky Agency Information
Husky Agency is a student service-learning experience for aspiring public relations professionals at St. Cloud State University. The agency and online platform launched in fall 2016, is located at huskyagency.org. The pro bono student agency works with campus and community clients and partners to gain public relations experience, create professional portfolios and develop skills and confidence.
Husky Agency is focused on professional development and helping differentiate student portfolios from other job candidates when pursuing internships and employment. All students submit a resume and letter of application for agency positions, adding yet another level to their career preparation.
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