|Associate Member||AMPG: Former PRSSA member, recent (within two years) college graduate. Learn more||$60 annual dues||$60|
|AMGS: Full time graduate student working towards a PR degree. Learn more||$60 annual dues||$60|
|AM1: Professional working in PR (or a related practice) for less than a year. Learn more||$115 annual dues||$115|
|AM2: Professional working in PR (or a related practice) between one and two years. Learn more.||$155 annual dues||$155|
|AM3: Professional working in PR (or a related practice) between two and three years. Learn more.||$200 annual dues||$200|
|Member||M: Professional working in PR (or a related practice) for more than three years.||$255 annual dues + $65 initiation fee||$320|
Am I eligible to join PRSA?
If you spend a substantial portion of your time in one or more of the designated practice areas below, or if you teach/administer a public relations curriculum at an accredited college or university, you are eligible to join PRSA. If unemployed, refer to your most recent position.
Practice areas include:
Is there a PRSA membership application that I can send or email in?
You can download a copy of the PRSA membership application here.
Send your completed application to:
33 Maiden Lane
New York, NY 10038-5150
You can also fax your application to (212) 995-0757, or email it to email@example.com.
Does PRSA offer group or corporate memberships?
We offer group memberships for five (5) or more individuals joining from the same organization. These are individual memberships purchased in a group. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I pay my dues in installments?
Current members can pay their National and Professional Interest Section dues in four quarterly payments.
Do you offer discounts for unemployed members?
Yes we offer the Hardship Program if you’ve been a member for three or more years and are unemployed or temporarily disabled. To participate, download the Hardship Plan application. Any questions, contact Member Services at (212) 460-1400 or email@example.com.
How do I update my contact information?
Log in to MyPRSA and edit My Contact Info.
Can I change my name online?
Name changes cannot be done on the PRSA website. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for name change requests.
How do I change my email preferences?
Log in to MyPRSA and edit My Email Preferences.
What is my membership ID number?
The seven digit number found on your MyPRSA profile, renewal receipt and on your membership card. Contact Member Services at (212) 460-1400 or email@example.com for additional assistance.
How do I join the National LinkedIn group?
Create a LinkedIn account and select the PRSA National group. This group is only available to our members.
How do I get an invoice or receipt for my dues payment?
Contact Member Services at (212) 460-1400 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
I renewed my dues but received a notice that I haven’t paid. What can I do?
Contact Member Services at (212) 460-1400 or email@example.com to confirm that National has received your dues.
How do I transfer my membership to another individual?
PRSA membership is nontransferable, unless you are part of a group membership. If you are part of a group membership, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
How can I receive a copy of PRSA’s W9 form or tax ID number?
Send an email to email@example.com.
How do I cancel my membership?
If you received a renewal notice, you can mark “cancel” and return it, or contact Member Services at (212) 460-1400 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Dues are nonrefundable.
Questions? Send an email to Member Services or call (212) 460-1400.