Abstract: Relationships are fundamental to public relations (Broom, Casey, & Ritchey, 1997). Education scholars have found relationships are fundamental to learning (Barkely, 2010). This essay introduces the social network perspective (SNP) as a lens for public relations pedagogy. Network theories and concepts—structural holes, strength of weak ties, centrality, and social capital—are applied to students’ and educators’ roles in a learning network. Propositions are posed for researchers to consider in future studies of public relations pedagogy. This essay demonstrates how SNP can enhance teaching and long-term relationships with students and practitioners as they build the public relations profession.