Mark your calendars now! The next PRSA Young Professionals Book Club is slated for Monday, July 9, at 6 p.m. at Forest Room 5. Up for discussion is “Guerrilla P.R. 2.0: Wage an Effective Publicity Campaign without Going Broke” by Michael Levine.
Levine has worked with everyone from top corporations to movie stars, […]
Examples of good, great, and yes, bad PR pitches were up for discussion at the PRSA Young Professionals Happy Hour Plus: Mingle with the Media last week. After kicking the evening off with informal chatter, a giant plate of sushi and Sushi Hai drink specials, the group of more than 40 professionals moved into an […]
Google “reporters hate PR.” Go ahead, we’ll wait. The results are scary, right? It’s a long-standing misconception that journalists and public relations practitioners are the Tom and Jerry of the media world. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. And, PRSA Young Professionals wants to help. At “Mingle with the Media” PR pros and […]
On April 3, 21 young pros braved the wind and rain to attend PRSA YPs speed networking event. Sushi Hai offered drink specials and discounted snacks to start the evening off with a bang. Committee chairs Ashley Pritchard and Meghan Stinton explained the process: Attendees would make two parallel lines and whomever you’re […]
The first book club meeting of 2012 focused on Sally Hogshead’s “Fascinate: Your 7 Triggers to Persuasion and Captivation.” Triggers range from being seen with the newest designer bag (prestige) to needing to be the focus in the room (power).
The group of nine attendees at the Cellar Wine Bar […]
Already slacking on your 2012 resolutions? Well if they included “meet new people,” “read five books,” or “have more fun,” the PRSA Colorado Young Professionals can help.
The PRSA YP committee recently met to set the calendar for the year. Highlights include reviving the popular book club, bringing back the “speed networking” event and growing […]
The New Face of Mentoring: Meet. Connect. Grow.
We are spicing things up here at PRSA Colorado and putting a new twist on mentorship relationships. No matter where each of us are in our careers – from fresh out of college to seasoned professionals – we all have quite a bit we can teach and […]
When you are just getting started in your career it is not always clear where to go or who to ask for advice but it is important to get the facts from someone who knows the keys to success. In a quest to dig up useful information regarding success as a young pro, I asked […]
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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