Laura Rose’s Answer
I'm not sure about what someone with a "public relations" title actually does, but If you enjoy planning and managing events, the non-profit world is your oyster. Almost every NGO (even the small ones) have at least one person in charge of fundraising. Event planning is hard work—it takes organization, the ability to corral volunteers and being likable... and not everyone wants to deal with all that. NGOs are not the only workplaces that have a niche for this kind of work.. for profit businesses and governmental organizations do as well.
With all this being said, I suggest figuring out what you're passionate about.. whether it's food, booze, sports, arts, hungry kids, international development or politics! Get as much experience as you can exploring your interests, do a couple internships, and while you're at college make sure to take classes that emphasize experiential learning (service learning classes, field trips, study abroad). Ideally you could end up working for a company/business/organization that shares your passion, and you could be the one planning their events and raising the money that will allow them to continue their work!