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Mark your calendar for an afternoon of exciting reveals! Because the event is virtual, you can watch in your pajamas on your couch or safely hold a watch party with your coworkers. The event is free for all who are interested. Tune in at 4 p.m., Oct. 22 on the...
The head of the state’s Chronic Disease and Health Promotion section shares sources and tools to help make informed decisions about planning events and other large gatherings in an era of COVID-19 considerations. Join PRSA Alaska’s September virtual professional development presentation and discussion on Sept. 23.
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December is often a time of reflection. See why PRSA Alaska Chapter President Gary Scott is grateful, as he recalls the challenges we’ve faced over the past several months, as well as challenges we’ll likely face coming into 2021. Plus, read more reasons to be thankful, including a cool new PRSA member benefit, great professional development opportunities, and an exciting gift for those newly joining PRSA. It’s all in the December 2020 edition of The PRSA Alaska Communicator.
PRSA ALASKA CHAPTER NEWS
Updates from chapter leadership, member news, opportunities, national trends and more.
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.
Some may have already met Kelsey Fiedler as she helped out with our chapter’s annual awards program in late October. Kelsey is a senior creative content manager at Thompson & Co. Public Relations (T&C). In this member spotlight, read how PRSA Alaska membership helped her to build a professional network and to find her PR footing in Alaska.
Current job postings for communications professionals in Alaska.
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...
The UAA College of Health seeks exceptional communications leaders for its communications director position, which is an integral part of the College of Health leadership team. This position plans, implements and manages communications activities for the college,...
The Department of Health and Social Services, Division of Public Health is looking to recruit a highly motivated, goal-oriented individual. The work performed by this position is important and at times challenging. We are seeking applicants who demonstrate a high...