Are you thinking about pursuing Accreditation but are worried about the Readiness Review process? You’re not alone, but don’t let it keep you from advancing your career and obtaining your APR! The PRSA blog “ComPRehension” recently published an article from PRSA Colorado member Christina M. Loznicka, APR, media relations consultant for Allstate Insurance Company. Christina successfully completed the APR process in November 2008 and shares her feelings about the Readiness Review process. Read it here.
NOW is a great time for public relations professionals to invest in themselves and differentiate themselves by gaining their APR — a mark of distinction that shows they’ve been vetted by their peers and have proven their extensive knowledge of the field.
To learn more about Accreditation in Public Relations (APR), visit here.
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