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PRSA members are invited to a special member appreciation luncheon on Thursday, June 6, 2019. Holland America Line is hosting PRSA members for lunch aboard the Maasdam at the Port of Anchorage. Buy tickets here! The member appreciation experience includes:...read more
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
PRSA ALASKA CHAPTER NEWS
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PRSA Alaska members took home two Silver Anvils last weekend. A huge congrats to Alyeska and UAF! Here are the awards they won: Most Effective Campaign - $5,000 or Less Government University of Alaska Fairbanks College of Rural and Community Development for Indigenous...read more
As PRSA members, we are bound by a Code of Ethics. One of the three PRSA Code of Ethics provisions I am highlighting this year is about conflicts of interest. When PR professionals change jobs, we bring all of our experience, skills and ideas to our new employer....read more
PRSA Alaska formed the Leonard McLean Scholarship in 1983 to honor one of the founding members of our chapter and to recognize his local contributions to the advancement of the public relations profession. The $1,500 scholarship has been given nearly each year since...read more
Current job postings for communications professionals in Alaska.
The College of Health (COH) Communications Manager, under the general direction of the Senior Statewide Director of Statewide Health Programs and Development, provides strategic leadership to the college on communications issues. This position is responsible...read more
The Mat-Su Health Foundation seeks to establish a pool of professional writers available on an as-needed basis. Selected writers will be responsible for researching, writing and editing a variety of projects that tell compelling stories supported by data. The...read more
The American Civil Liberties Union of Alaska is looking for a Communications Director to strategically and proactively increase the ACLU of Alaska’s visibility across Alaska. You’ll advocate for positive changes in the civil liberties landscape and grow the ACLU of...read more