Q: Does PRSA provide career resources for public relations professionals?
A. PRSA Jobcenter provides a variety of practical tools for job seekers, including:
Jobcenter also allows job seekers to:
PRSA can help you extend your network of professional contacts. Our 14 Professional Interest Sections put you in touch with other PRSA members who share your particular knowledge and expertise, and offer you niche conferences and learning opportunities. In addition, our 111 PRSA Chapters and 10 Districts connect you with other local professionals in your area.
Each year, PRSA offers you the chance to gain the recognition that your public relations programs deserve. Our Silver Anvil evening is the oldest and most prestigious industry award event, a true celebration representing the pinnacle of public relations achievement. Other PRSA awards honor individual accomplishment, tactical excellence and achievement in specialized practice areas.
Learn the latest public relations tactics, or brush up on your skills. PRSA's professional development programs and industry conferences were the first of their kind, and continue to be imitated for their cutting-edge topics, thought-leading speakers and knowledge- and skill-building practicality. We also offer the industry’s only accreditation program: the Accredited in Public Relations (APR) program.
Keep up with the public relations intelligence and trends. PRSA's award-winning periodicals, daily news updates and blogs help you stay on top of emerging trends and industry news. Plus, our vast, easily searchable database gives you instant access to research, articles, white papers and Silver Anvil Award-winning program case studies organized by subject, industry and business outcome.