Develop Your Career With PRSA Educational Resources
Career development involves setting a path for yourself that includes keeping your skills and education current. For beginners, it means finding the right undergraduate public relations or communications program, and getting involved in your local PRSSA Chapter. Other resources include PRSA's Mentor Match program and the New Professionals Section, where you can network with and learn from other professionals just like you. PRSA's broad program of webinars and seminars can also help you learn new skills throughout your career.
Mid- and Senior-Level Professionals
As your career shifts to the next level, the focus turns to looking for graduate degree and certificate programs. There are many fine graduate schools across the country, and we urge you to consider them for your graduate program. PRSA is grateful to highlight our Graduate Program Partners for their collaboration of furthering the profession and the professional.
PRSA keeps your skills current by offeringPRSA Professional Development and training, ranging from one-hour sessions to two-day, in-depth boot camps.
The mark of distinction for public relations professionals is to earn your Accreditation in Public Relations (APR).