Tag Archives | Chapter Development

PRΣΣA: It’s all Greek to Me

Photo courtesy of Brian Hammel Based on Greek Life’s reputation, I never thought I would rush a fraternity, let alone become an executive member. Not too long after joining, I found that being in Greek life provided another opportunity to apply PR knowledge to a different kind of ‘client’—particularly when it came to recruitment. As […]

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PRSSA 2017 Leadership Rally Recap

PRSSA Chapter presidents and Student-run Firm directors from across the country kicked off their terms for the 2017–2018 school year at the annual PRSSA Leadership Rally held in Scottsdale, Arizona. Students had the chance to listen to keynote speakers, network with peers and professionals and discuss plans for next year as well as challenges and […]

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April Twitter Chat Recap — Building Chapter Community

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Building Chapter Community Twitter chat. Specifically, we’d like to thank our co-hosts, PRSSA National Vice President of Chapter Development Victoria Leigh Ward (tweeting from @VictoriaLeighW), Vice President of Member Services Jon Kovach Jr. (tweeting from @Jon_Kovachjr) and Vice President of Public Relations Josh Lachica (tweeting from the @PRSSANational account) for guiding […]

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How Chapter Fundraising Can Take You All the Way to Boston

Whether it be a budget-slashing session for your Chapter, petitioning more funds from your school’s student government association or pleading with your PRSA sponsor Chapter, we all need to raise funds for our Chapter. How else will you subsidize the costs of those snazzy new Chapter sweatshirts or attend the next National Conference in Boston? […]

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Why I Love My Little Chapter

Public Relations Student Society of America Chapter members reap many benefits everyday: enhancing their education, launching their career and broadening their network. Though every member receives the same PRSSA National benefits, each Chapter offers individual members personal experiences. As a senior leader in my Chapter, I have witnessed firsthand how small Chapters can make a […]

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Preparing for a Successful Spring Semester

The new year comes with new opportunities for your PRSSA Chapter, allowing your members to grow personally and professionally within the Society. Want to help make your Chapter the best it can be? Check out some things our Chapter executive board at Belmont University does below. Attend a Regional Conference. Multiple schools across the country […]

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Chapter Leadership

As freshmen, we always knew that someday we wanted to be leaders within our Chapter. Now, as upperclassmen, we both hold executive board roles as Chapter president and public relations director. We’ve learned how to be successful leaders through challenges, as well as from those who held our positions before us. As the semester ends, […]

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What’s Your PRSSA IQ?

You may know your Chapter like the back of your hand, but how well do you know PRSSA National facts and figures? Take this quiz to discover your PRSSA IQ. — Meghan Caprez is a second-year graduate student at Kent State University, studying mediated and mass communication. A six-year member of PRSSA, Meghan has served […]

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October Twitter Chat Recap — PRSSA/PRSA Relationship Month

Thank you to everyone who participated in our October 2016 Twitter chat. Specifically, we’d like to thank our co-hosts, Vice President of Professional Development Liz Skeele (tweeting from @LizSkeele) and Vice President of Public Relations Josh Lachica (tweeting from the @PRSSANational account) for guiding the conversation. Please be on the lookout for next month’s Twitter chat! […]

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Why You and Your Chapter Should Volunteer

Amid the ambitious agendas of Chapters, Student-run Firms and committees, the scales of time tip and downtime becomes a distant memory. Throughout the course of the year, the need to re-energize, refocus and reconnect becomes essential to success. What is the best way to motivate members and make a significant impact? Volunteer. Volunteering epitomizes the […]

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