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Your newsfeed keeps you in the know, but reading about the latest industry updates just isn't the same as engaging with public relations professionals on the issues at hand. Our tools include:

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Join the discussion on industry hot topics in our members-only online forums. Also, gain exclusive access to member directories, articles and research, including Silver Anvil Award-winning case studies.

Sector-Specific Discussion Forums

With Professional Interest Section membership, you can connect with public relations professionals on upcoming events, breaking news or even workplace management. Learn more now.
    

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Having a substantive conversation over social media isn't unusual. Whether on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn, PRSA is dedicated to sparking conversation, and advocating for excellence and ethics in the industry.

      

The Business Case for Public Relations™

What is the value of public relations to the C-suite? The PRSA Business Case offers tools to communicate public relations’ roles and outcomes, demonstrate its strategic value and enhance its reputation. Learn more now.

The PRSA Code of Ethics

Under the Code, widely-regarded as the industry standard, members sign on to uphold core values, principles and practice guidelines that define the highest levels of professionalism . Find tools to help you communicate the importance of ethics to colleagues and clients, as well as its practical application. Learn more now.

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Member Benefit Spotlight

Carla Andréa C. Leininger is the public relations manager for a small technology company based in Pittsburgh. She is a relatively new member to PRSA, having joined in December 2011, and is excited to make use of the free webinars PRSA offers its members.
 
“I want to take advantage of the various learning tools and opportunities available through the website. I have already taken a few webinars, and as a result, I am now learning more about digital news releases and how my company can utilize them with the assistance of a multimedia department we have in-house.”

Having already taken advantage of free professional development and networking events with her local Chapter, Leininger is maximizing the value of her PRSA membership in various ways.