Do you have an exciting, fulfilling career in public relations and communications? Share your knowledge and passion for the Public Relations profession with the next generation of pros on PRSA Shadow Day, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Tuesday, March 28.
PRSA Shadow Day is one of the most important ways to can give back to the Association.
Your day can include interdepartmental meetings, interviews with local media, a tour of a Denver television or radio station, or simply spending some time explaining how things come together for clients or company projects. It’s completely up to you how you plan PRSA Shadow Day with your student PR Pro. Help us inspire the next generation of Public Relations professionals and sign up to be a host today!
If you are interested in hosting a student or two, please contact Kaitlin Gault at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up by Monday, March 6.
Note: PRSA Colorado is hosting the New Era in PR: Embracing Social Media Before it Breaks You luncheon at 11:30 a.m. March 28, the same day as Shadow Day. This will be optional for you to attend with your student. Registration instructions for the luncheon will be sent at a later date.
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