March 2 through April 6, 2013
PRSA Colorado Launches Accreditation Program
The Colorado PRSA Chapter is offering an Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) course March 2 – April 6 to help prepare chapter candidates for the APR Readiness Review and computerized accreditation exam. The course runs from 9 a.m. to noon each […]
As a communications specialist for Mesa County Valley School District 51 in Grand Junction, Christy McGee knows the value of education. This commitment to lifelong learning, combined with a desire to “reconnect with the industry,” were factors that drove her to become one of Colorado’s newest accredited members.
“I had been out of school for […]
Kris Schindler, APR, relocated at the beginning of 2011 from Wichita, where she most recently was managing partner for the digital communications design agency Start-Thinking. Since arriving in the Mile High City and while exploring opportunities in the Denver area, she has been consulting businesses and agencies outside of Denver […]
Whether you are a PRSA member interested in the possibility of pursing accreditation, are actively engaged in the pursuit of your APR, or a current APR, you will not want to miss the APR Social Event being held at the Living Room in downtown Denver located at 1055 Broadway on Tuesday, October 26, from 5-6:30 […]
Whether you’re a current APR, a PRSA member interested in the possibility of pursing accreditation, or you are actively engaged in the pursuit of your APR, you don’t want to miss the APR social event being held at the always-festive Morton’s in downtown Denver at 1710 Wynkoop Street on Tuesday, May 18, from 5:00 to […]
This past weekend, your PRSA Colorado assembly delegates, Meredith Bagnulo, APR; Lisa Cutter; Dawn Doty, APR; GG Johnston and Cherie Orwig, APR, attended the 2009 Assembly meeting in San Diego. Our primary focus was to approve a sweeping set of bylaw changes — http://www.prsa.org/AboutPRSA/Governance/Bylaws — requested by delegates of the 2007 assembly. In a […]
Many members have asked: “How do I get to be on the Board?” The answer: NOMINATE YOURSELF! It’s as simple as that.
As 2009 president-elect for the Colorado Chapter, I can tell you there is no set rule for how long it takes to move up through the leadership ranks. It is a matter […]
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. […]
During the month of April, PRSA is hosting special opportunities for current APRs to get to know one another better and for prospective APRs to learn about the Accreditation in Public Relations program. Mark your calendars:
Tuesday, April 21 at 1 p.m. MT: If you want to familiarize yourself with the Accreditation in Public Relations […]
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