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PRSA Alaska Annual Meeting

The PRSA Alaska Annual Meeting will take place on Thursday, October 26, from 12 - 1 p.m. During the meeting, the annual election results will be certified and we’re asking you to cast your vote! The PRSA Alaska Chapter governance committee and board of directors have...

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Current job postings for communications professionals in Alaska.

Manager of Public Relations – UA Foundation

Join a dynamic team and help make a difference for Alaska! The University of Alaska Foundation seeks an experienced communications and public relations expert to coordinate and lead communication and outreach strategies for the UA Foundation and in support of...

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Deputy Press Secretary – Office of Gov. Mike Dunleavy

The Office of the Governor is seeking a highly motivated, digital savvy individual to join the Communications team as a Deputy Press Secretary. This position will coordinate with the Deputy Communications Director in preparing press releases, social media content, and...

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Land Acknowledgement

The PRSA Alaska Chapter is made up of members from all over the great state of Alaska. Collectively, we acknowledge the Alaska Native peoples who have lived throughout Alaska since time immemorial. We are thankful for their stewardship, and grateful to live and work on their traditional lands.

Our chapter serves people residing and working on the lands of more than 200 federally recognized tribes. In particular, we acknowledge that we are on the ancestral lands of the Dena’ina Athabascan in Southcentral, the Dena’ of the lower Tanana River and the Ch’eno’ Khwt’ana who are of the Lower Tanana Dene peoples.

Our ability to enjoy and benefit from these lands is directly tied to the stewardship of Alaska Native peoples. Their love and care for these lands started generations ago and continues today.  We encourage you to learn the traditional tribe name for the land on which you reside.