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A new world of content awaits you. Join PRSA to learn the ins and outs of GIFs, Memes and Buzzfeed. In this presentation, you will learn how to create animated GIFs, the “true artistic medium of Internet" and the Fair Use rules that apply. You will also...read more
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Lessa Peter, raised in Fairbanks, is Gwich’in Athabascan originally from Gwichyaa Zhee (Fort Yukon). Last August, she moved to Anchorage where she continues to work with Doyon, Limited as the corporation’s communications specialist and helps manage internal and...read more
Carla is in her 18th year at the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) having served in various roles in the Office of University Relations, including public information officer, crisis communications, internal communications, institutional events, employee engagement,...read more
Having access to thousands of communications professionals through the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) is a wonderful thing, but there is also something special about being a part of something local. Join PRSA by April 30, 2018 and you will also receive a...read more
Current job postings for communications professionals in Alaska.
The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium is seeking a public relations manager. Some of the duties include: Provides complete, understandable and accurate information about the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium and its divisions to general public, project...read more
This position performs professional work that includes directing, coordinating and executing AHFC's paid, earned, social and owned (PESO) communications. Daily work involves identifying story opportunities, pitching and securing coverage in legacy and new media, and...read more
The Statewide Office of Public Affairs seeks a senior level communications professional to assist the associate vice president with the planning and implementation of internal and external university communications. The successful candidate must have strong writing...read more