The hashtag for this year’s PRSA Western District Conference was #PRMatters, and for those of us lucky enough to attend, we were inspired, educated and challenged with insightful and thought-provoking presentations about just how much public relations really does matter.
So many of us are constantly bombarded with advertisements for the latest, […]
Consider a Master’s Degree in Public Communication & Technology from Colorado State University.
The Journalism & Technical Communication Department is accepting applications for the Fall 2014 Semester in its M.S. program on the Fort Collins campus. A limited number of teaching assistantships are available, which provide a monthly wage stipend and tuition support. Apply ASAP […]
Let the sun shine on your public relations career in San Diego at the 2014 Western District Conference. Mark your calendars and plan to join your colleagues from across the Western District at the PRSA 2014 Western District Conference.
This not-to-be missed professional development conference will offer something for everyone.
Scott Pansky, […]
The Thread Summit comes to Denver providing an exclusive forum for Colorado’s senior marketing and communication professionals to engage with peers about the evolving communications landscape. Through a series of interactive presentations and live discussions, attendees will hear from global experts on reputation/brand management, social media, storytelling, global media relations, campaigns, issue management and […]
We all know that the best relationships are built on trust. You earn trust with honesty. This is the core of the theme for this year’s PRSA Colorado Chapter professional development retreat, Naked PR: Authentic, Transparent, Effective.
The basics of public relations call for authentic messages and transparent facts and when you […]
The below is a post written and submitted by Jon Pushkin, APR. It originally appeared on Jon’s blog Oct. 30. A longtime member of PRSA Colorado, Jon is providing a $1,500 scholarship to help professionals new to PR attend chapter professional development sessions in 2013. More information will soon be posted to the PRSA […]
After much discussion and debate, the Delegates to PRSA’s 61st Assembly voted to increase membership dues by $30, beginning January 1, 2012. The vote took place prior to the start of PRSA’s 2011 International Conference in Orlando, Florida, and passed by nearly a 4-to-1 margin.
However, members who renew or initiate PRSA Membership by December 31, […]
Pikes Peak Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America presents 2010 Professional Development Workshop
Thursday, October 21
8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Doubletree Hotel, Colorado Springs
(1775 E Cheyenne Mountain Blvd, Colorado Springs 80906)
Are you a communications professional in the Rocky Mountain region who is looking […]
Have you ever said, “I wish I knew that when I was just starting out,” or “I need more information about what opportunities are out there and how to navigate my career”? Well, here’s your chance to share your expertise and wisdom or meet someone who can help you develop those skills and learn about […]
If you’re young PR pro, seasoned pro or just interested in public relations, come join PRSA Young Pros committee for drinks, complimentary appetizers and good conversation at Wahoo’s Fish Taco 1521 Blake St. in downtown Denver, Tuesday, June 29th from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Our new “Summer Social Networking Series” will be a free event […]
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