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Maintaining Trust in a Crisis

Join us for the April Luncheon - Maintaining Trust in a Crisis Date: Wednesday, April 24 Time: Noon to 1 p.m. Location: Morris Thompson Cultural & Visitors Center and virtual Learn how to keep the trust intact when things go haywire – join us for a professional...

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Recruiting and Retaining PR Talent in Alaska

Join us for the April Luncheon - Recruiting and Retaining PR Talent in Alaska Date: Wednesday, April 3 Time: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. (Lunch begins at 11:30, Program begins at noon.) Location: Lyla Richards Room in the Student Union, University of Alaska Anchorage, 2921...

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Current job postings for communications professionals in Alaska.

Blueprint Alaska – Account Manager

Blueprint Alaska, a division of Thompson & Co., is looking for an account manager for its Anchorage office. Blueprint is Anchorage’s top firm for strategic communications, advocacy, and public relations. We excel in helping leaders and organizations achieve...

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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.