Join PRSA Phoenix for our first webinar of the year featuring our chapter’s very own board member, Keith Woods, presenting “Become a PR Video Guru Using Only Your Smartphone.”
The use of video is a fundamental part of today's public relations and marketing mix. Learn how to use video public relations to attract new clients, and add to your arsenal of PR services, using a smartphone and easy-to-use editing tools. No prior video production experience is required to quickly become a Video PR pro.
At the end of this webinar training, attendees will know…
The Mentor Program provides PRSA Phoenix New Pros with a structured, nine-month program designed to support the career development and growth of new public relations professionals in Phoenix. The program welcomes both mentors and mentees, and applicants are matched based on interests and experiences, creating the optimal foundation for joint learning and development.
Mentees are PR pros with less than five years of professional experience in the industry and who would like support in reaching their professional goals, while mentors use their experience, knowledge, and leadership skills to provide this support.
The PRSA Phoenix Mentorship Program is guided by two main ideas:
There will be a $50 materials fee for mentees participating in the program. This covers attendance to three PRSA Phoenix events throughout the program. Scholarships are available; email firstname.lastname@example.org for details. Download the application by March 1, 2019
During a recent podcast interview, Ira M. Gostin, MBA, APR responded when asked why communications was so important, said, “Effective communications is the voice of business success.”
And that’s the title of Ira’s presentation for our PRSA Phoenix Chapter.
As strategic communications professionals, we all know the importance of what we do on a daily basis, but sometimes we forget to look at the big picture. Ira will share lessons learned from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, the craziness of an IPO and a career in communications, public relations and marketing.
Join us Thursday, March 14 for our PRSA Phoenix Chapter’s luncheon with national speaker Ira Gostin. Register
The prestigious Accredited in Public Relations (APR) is a mark of distinction for public relations professionals who demonstrate their commitment to the profession and to its ethical practice, and who are selected based on broad knowledge, strategic perspective and sound professional judgment.