Personal Narrative: A Career As An Environmental Public Relations Specialist

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I have chosen the career of an Environmental Public Relations Specialist. Growing up I’ve always loved learning about the environment. I specifically enjoyed learning about pollution, oil companies, and ocean acidification and how they not only effected then environment but how the also affected animals and humans. Oceanographer, Sylvia Earl, inspired me even more to go into a career that would help the environment. Being an Environmental Public Relations Specialist comes with a lot of responsibilities. Important qualities to have for this job are interpersonal skills, organizational skills, problem-solving skills, speaking skills, and writing skills. A Public Relations Specialist requires a bachelor’s degree in public relations, journalism, …show more content…
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