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Dr. F.H. Teahan Award for PRSA/ PRSSA Relationship

The Dr. F. H. Teahan Awards in PRSSA honor Chapters for outstanding performance in various categories. These are considered some of the most coveted awards by PRSSA Chapters. The Dr. F.H. Teahan Award for PRSA/PRSSA Relationship is no different. I had the opportunity to talk to the current Chapter Presidents of the 2016 and 2017 […]

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Tips from New Professionals [National Conference Recap]

Session: Tips from New Professionals Presenters: Laura Daronatsy Fooks, Communications LPD Associate, Lockheed Martin; Chad Furst, Communications Senior Consultant, Booz Allen Hamilton; Andrea Gils, Marketing and Communications Manager, University of Kentucky International Center; Veronica Mingrone, Digital Analyst, Canvas Blue Recap: Laura Daronatsy Fooks, Chad Furst, Andrea Gils and Veronica Mingrone, all accomplished new professionals, offered […]

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Seven Tips for Connecting With PRSA at National Conference

Welcome to Boston! You’ve traveled from near and far to learn from incredible speakers, make memories with old and new friends and expand your professional network. If you didn’t already know, October is also PRSA/PRSSA Relationship Month. The PRSSA National Conference is a great time to connect with PRSA because the PRSA International Conference is […]

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Build Your Network: Join a PRSA Mentorship Program

Editor’s Note: To commemorate PRSA/PRSSA Relationship Month, PRSSA is running a series of posts on how to grow your relationships within the profession. An archive of PRSSA professional development posts can be found here. More information can also be found in the PRSA/PRSSA Relationship Manual. As public relations students, it is important for us to […]

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Contact Through Capitalize: How to Form and Manage a PRSSA/PRSA Relationship

Although the PRSSA/PRSA Relationship is a two-way street, you should take the initiative to make contact and enhance this connection. There are endless ways to make the relationship successful and beneficial for both Chapters. Follow this outline to help form and maintain this relationship: 1. CONTACT your sponsoring PRSA Chapter. Try finding their website, Facebook […]

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