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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
The media landscape has changed dramatically in recent years. It’s no longer just traditional journalists pumping out information; talk show hosts, bloggers, and a variety of others with a computer are dishing out all kinds of “news.” Public relations...read more
Learn more during this facilitated panel discussion about what's working and what's not. Share ideas, tools and techniques for reaching this all-important audience. Panelists include: Tori Tragis, Internal Communications Manager, UAF Nicole...read more
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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
One of the three PRSA Code of Ethics provisions I will highlight this year is about fair competition for PR work. PRSA’s Core Principle states: Promoting healthy and fair competition among professionals preserves an ethical climate while fostering a robust business...read more
Lincoln Garrick, president at Up All Night Consulting in Anchorage has successfully completed the Examination for Accreditation in Public Relations. The Accreditation program aims to improve the practice of public relations by assessing competence in 60 areas of...read more
Current job postings for communications professionals in Alaska.
The Development and Outreach Specialist (I/II/III) position supports the Institutional Advancement Department (IA) in all aspects of Development. Starting level is determined based on qualifications and experience upon hire. This position supports IA objectives...read more
The Marketing Specialistmanages customer, employee and community events for the bank and its affiliates and supports the bank’s internal and external communication activities. Main duties include writing internal communications, supporting overall employee...read more
The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium is recruiting for a Program Coordinator for the Rural Energy Initiative Program. The position will coordinate project planning and implementation, develop content for promotional materials and the web, provide...read more