Entries by PRSA

,

Make 2020 the Year You Get Your APR!

APR Spring Workshop 2020 and APR Boot Camp 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 […]

,

Membership Promotion

JANUARY – FEBRUARY PROMO: FREE Chapter PLUS waived initiation or reinstatement fee (up to a $165 value) New and returning members will have their initiation or reinstatement fee waived, when they join National as a Regular member ($260 annual dues) and receive a: FREE 1-yr Chapter Membership (up to $100 value) Use promo code: JAN2020 […]

,

Demystifying the College of Fellows

Serving as the crisis communication leader during the largest art heist in the world, interviewing President Reagan (on two hours’ notice), conducting media training for professional football players– all of these are part of special stories of the extraordinary professionals who make up the PRSA College of Fellows. PRSA’s International Conference in 2021 will be […]

Diversity is a great force towards creativity

PRSA Orlando’s goal is to support communications professionals of all backgrounds. This year specifically, one of my goals was to look for opportunities to include everyone in our efforts and build new relationships. You can’t have a diverse membership if you don’t provide a diversity of opportunities. We are all unique, come from a variety […]

More Than A Campaign: Inclusion beyond the rainbow logo

By Veronica Figueroa Fernandez, PRSA Diversity & Inclusion Committee Inclusive marketing has become a consumer expectation. And when companies, such as MAC Cosmetics, Levi Strauss & Co., and many others, have inclusive practices embedded into the fabric of their business, are proud to be a part of the progress toward equality, and are forces of […]

How hip-hop culture can enhance your career as a communications professional

By Tyrone Law, PRSA Orlando D&I Committee Member According to the 2019 Nielsen Music Mid-Year Report, the R&B and hip-hop genre is America’s preferred musical style, accounting for 26.5 percent of the total volume of all music consumption in the country. In turn, hip-hop culture influences many of the trends and key moments that engulfs society […]

Fall is in the air. And so is PRSA’s best membership deal of the year!

Now through October 31, 2019 you have three big benefits to joining PRSA. In addition to our national PRSA membership (with no initiation fee, a $65 value), you will also receive a free section membership (a $60 value) and a free chapter membership (up to $100)! Use the code FALL19 when applying for membership to receive: PRSA […]