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Join us Jan. 26 via zoom for a 30-year reputation architect’s take on “Building crisis immunity: Getting your head around crisis stress.” Register today!
WHEN: Noon - 1 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 12 WHERE: Anywhere you can join us via Zoom - Here's the meeting link Meeting ID: 815 0052 8710 Passcode: 783955 WHAT: TV news has changed dramatically in Alaska recently. Viewers are asking, what happened to Channel 2 and...
PRSA ALASKA CHAPTER NEWSLETTER
Check out our latest monthly newsletter!
The new year’s first Alaska Chapter monthly e-news bulletin is full of news about volunteering – how our chapter benefits, the rewards you can realize, and a number of great opportunities. Read about chapter stewardship, including a new technology sponsorship, and an introduction to the chapter’s 2021 stewardship chair. Finally, discover several ways to boost your professional development, including the chapter’s January webinar forum, additional PRSA virtual presentations, and a virtual meeting series on earning your accreditation. Read the January 2021 edition of The PRSA Alaska Communicator today!
PRSA ALASKA CHAPTER NEWS
Updates from chapter leadership, member news, opportunities, national trends and more.
Meet Lisa Miller, a communications specialist with the Anchorage School District’s communications and community outreach department. She’s been involved with PRSA and its student counterpart, PRSSA, for many years, finding resources and people to lean on as she’s reached for different professional goals.
Meet Brooke Taylor, PRSA Alaska’s incoming 2021 chapter president, and director of communications for the nonprofit Prince William Sound Regional Citizens Advisory Council. She credits PRSA with helping to prepare her to carry out the wide variety of PR duties common to nonprofits’ often tiny PR/communication staff. In this member spotlight, read how Brooke has come full circle — as a beneficiary of PRSA professional networks and educational opportunities, to giving back through volunteer leadership.
Current job postings for communications professionals in Alaska.
Blueprint Alaska is a public affairs agency specializing in strategic planning, crisis communications, and public affairs for clients ranging from the state’s largest industries, to small, family-owned businesses. The ideal candidate will enjoy working on both...
The Communications Specialist is an integral part of APFC’s Communication Team and serves a vital role in extending the capabilities of the Communications Manager by confidentially handling sensitive information, collaborating on strategic communications, overseeing a...
Reporting to the APD Director of Community Relations. The Associate Director of Community Relations, as a member of the Community Relations Unit, will work collaboratively with the department to develop, implement, and manage communication and out reach...