Join PRSA today!
PRSA is the world’s largest advocate for public relations and communications professionals. As a member of PRSA Alaska, you learn skills to advance as a professional and network with fellow communicators from across the state. The Alaska Chapter includes more than 200 members statewide, providing public relations practitioners and communicators with monthly luncheons, professional development seminars, webinars, career postings, education, awards recognition, accreditation preparation and more. We would love to have you!
For more details, please contact M. Scott Moon or Josie Wilson.
The Alaska Chapter of PRSA is run by truly outstanding volunteers who dedicate their time and expertise to advance the profession in our state. There are many opportunities to get involved with the chapter.
If you are interested in volunteering with PRSA, please contact M. Scott Moon or Josie Wilson.
The Accredited in Public Relations (APR) credential is the profession’s only national post-graduate certification program. It measures a public relations practitioner’s fundamental knowledge of communications theory and its application.
Earning the APR designation proves to employers, colleagues and potential employers that you have successfully demonstrated competency in the knowledge, skills and abilities required to practice public relations effectively.
PRSA Alaska’s Accreditation Committee works to recruit candidates for the exam (offered in spring and fall), arranges readiness review panels and walks applicants through the Accreditation process.
PRSA Alaska Accreditation Contacts:
Past President: Heather Cavanaugh, APR, Alaska Communications
Do you want to take your career to the next level? Are you facing a challenging workplace dilemma? PRSA Alaska’s Mentor Program can provide the guidance you need to achieve your career-related goals:
- Strengthen your resume to find your dream job
- Cultivate and grow new ideas and programs
- Secure your first job in the public relations industry
- Smoothly work through a tough career transition
- Develop your own public relations practice
- Pursue PR as a new profession
- Set and achieve goals for a successful career
- Solve a challenging work-related problem
Mentors share their knowledge, skills and expertise with their matches, providing them with a fresh perspective on their profession.
Interested in being matched with a mentor or becoming a mentor?
PRSA Alaska’s Mentor Program is an exclusive chapter member benefit.
Contact: Amy Tribbett, APR