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Are You Making the Most of Your Membership?

As a PRSA member, you get a whole host of special discounts, free education, news, research and tools you need to be successful. With all these resources, membership quickly pays for itself — so take advantage of them today! How much do you save by being or becoming a member of PRSA? 

Complimentary subscriptions to monthly and quarterly publications.$250 +
Fifty free webinars per year.$7,500 +
Preferred pricing on Professional Interest Sections webinars (per event).$100 +
Preferred pricing on PRSA seminars and conferences (per event).$50-$300 +
Preferred pricing on posts to PRSA Jobcenter (per post).$100 +
Access to case studies, white papers and members-only research and e-books.Varies
Discounted rates on insurance, shipping and other professional services.Varies
Organizational listing in Find-A-Firm Directory.$200 +
Total Available Savings: $8,400 +
The value immediately covers  more than the cost of PRSA membership many times over!

Questions? Send an email to Member Services or call (212) 460-1400.

 
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Member Benefit Spotlight

For Jane Dvorak, APR, Fellow PRSA, PRSA’s value is found in its strategic network of business-minded professionals.

“I’m an independent practitioner and do not make cold calls,” said Dvorak, owner of JKD & Company, Inc. “My business was built through the relationships I made by volunteering at the National, Chapter and District levels.”

Dvorak was inducted into the PRSA College of Fellows in 2010 and is a 2011 Silver Anvil Award winner. As a leader in her industry, she has served as the 2007 National PRSA delegate at-large; 2006 Western District and 2003 president of the Colorado PRSA Chapter. Dvorak received the PRSA 2010 Small Business Award among other awards for collateral materials, event planning and corporate imaging pieces.