Considering earning your APR accreditation?
Earning the APR credential is a mark of distinction and demonstrates your commitment to the public relations profession and ethical practice. Practitioners who have earned their APR say the process helped them develop both their skills and professionalism, receive bonuses or salary increases and even has been the deciding factor between two similar job candidates. Military public affairs practitioners planning to earn their APR+M may also benefit from attending the workshop.
Spring APR Workshop Series:
Join the Orlando area chapters of PRSA and FPRA for this year’s Spring Workshop series presented as a mix of in-person and WebEx meetings. Meetings begin March 2, mock panel presentations will be April 13, and panel presentations the week of April 27.
If you’re interested in joining the Spring Workshop, contact our PRSA APR coaches by March 2, to learn more about the process and decide if you want to take your professional development to the next level.