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Clarity in Crisis: The Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities' response to the 7.1 earthquake, Nov. 30, 2018 On Friday, Nov. 30, at 8:29 a.m., Alaska was hit by a magnitude 7.1 earthquake. The large earthquake was centered near Anchorage, but was...read more
Cut through the noise: How social listening tools can help your communication strategy. Sixty-seven percent of American adults get news on social media. People trust messages from friends five times more than brands. In an age where anyone with a smartphone can...read more
It’s been a month since the earthquake, but the aftershocks keep coming. We’re still reading about lessons learned about road and building construction. Communications professionals also learned a few lessons. January’s Alaska Chapter PRSA Luncheon...read more
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We got you covered! Join PRSA in April using promo code APRIL19 and get a free one-year Section membership (value up to $65). Connect with colleagues who have similar needs and challenges. You’ll also receive a waived initiation fee. Don't delay. This promotion ends...read more
April is APR month. In the world of communication professionals, the Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) is a credential earned by public relations and communication practitioners who commit to the profession through ethical practices and sound judgment, strategic...read more
PRSA defines disclosure as: the intentional release of information to facilitate transparency, openness, access, and accountability. Alaska has lots of big issues to debate – the size and scope of government, taxation, the environment, health care, crime, economic...read more
Current job postings for communications professionals in Alaska.
The Resource Development Council is seeking a membership and fundraising manager to manage membership and fundraising efforts related to informing the public on and achieving RDC’s mission to grow Alaska through responsible resource development. Full job description:...read more
The fundraising program at the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) seeks to increase philanthropic support and to build long-term relationships with annual donors through meaningful and effective communications and engagement opportunities. To view the full...read more
This position serves as a project manager and writer for the development, coordination and implementation of the bank’s advertising and public relations tactics with a focus on persuasive, branded written materials. To view the full job description and apply, head...read more