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POSTPONED: September Professional Development Luncheon We have decided to postpone the September Professional Development Luncheon as a result of schedules impacted by Hurricane Florence. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience, and are working closely with our partners and panelists to make this event happen at a later date, likely in early 2019. We look forward to sharing an update in the coming weeks. An email will be sent to each confirmed registrant about an event credit or refund. Our thoughts…Find out more »
Diversity, Creativity, Results: Evaluating the Role of D&I in a Productive PR Workplace The most successful PR practitioners share something in common: the ability to understand their audience. As consumers, we want to trust companies and brands who recognize and respect the economic, political and cultural differences that make us each unique. Establishing this type of consumer insight though requires a workplace that can understand and respect the needs of a large and diverse consumer pool. Join us on the…Find out more »
From the Classroom to the Boardroom: Finding Your Place in PR and Helping Students Find Their Place in PR Today’s PR practitioner is more dynamic than ever before. We communicate with multiple audience segments across multiple platforms to drive results. With an always-evolving industry, it can sometimes be overwhelming for young professionals to find their place in PR, but we’re here to help. We’re bringing together a panel of experts to share insights about the best tools and tactics to…Find out more »
NCPRSA December Annual Meeting & BreakfastThe North Carolina Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (NCPRSA) will host its annual meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 5, at the N.C. State University Club’s State Room from 8:00 am - 10:00 am.In addition to hearing chapter highlights for the year, attendees will meet the new board directors and officers for 2019. The winner of the 2018 Michael L. Herman Excellence in Mentoring Award will also be announced.The keynote speaker is Alice Garland,…Find out more »
Thursday, Jan 17, 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Join us to hear The Dorothea Dix Park story with Sean Malone, president and CEO of the Dorothea Dix Park Conservancy. Come hear the latest chapter about “The Park for. Everyone, Built by Everyone.” Please note that our January meeting will be on the third Thursday, not third Wednesday, in January.Find out more »
The 2019 NCPRSA InSpire Awards submission is now closed. The NCPRSA InSpire Awards recognize the best public relations campaigns and tactics for the previous year in the Triangle to Coast area of North Carolina. All public relations practitioners in the region are welcome to participate – you do not need to be a NCPRSA member. We model the awards after the national Silver and Bronze Anvil awards to make entering both programs easier. With subcategories for Silver and Bronze Awards, there…Find out more »
Know-Fight-Win! PR Pro Takeaways from the Biggest and Best Political Campaigns From rough-and-tumble rhetoric to hyper-targeted mini campaigns to real-time crisis management, the best (and worst) of the 2018 election cycle has plenty of lessons to teach an PR pros who promote products, services and ideas. After all, who better to help us all execute launches than the consultants charged with helping voters become aware of, embrace and vote for candidates and issues at all levels? Join us on Wednesday,…Find out more »
Seasonal storytelling: How to authentically leverage holidays in communications strategies Join us on Thursday, March 21 from 11:45am-1:30pm at the N.C. State University Club to hear from Kelly Propst, vice president at Largemouth Communications. With seasonal sporting events like NCAA’s March Madness, food and beverage recognition days like “National Margarita Day,” or just-because holidays like “Love Your Dog Day,” there are a near-overwhelming number of opportunities to make connections with a company or brand. In most cases, quality is more effective than quantity, and…Find out more »
Interested in earning your APR? We’re interested in helping you. April is APR Month, so join our APR Chair, Stephanie Llorente, April 4 for an informational session where she will share a short overview of the APR process, potential career benefits and answer your questions. It’s also a great opportunity to meet others interested in walking with you through the process. Please RSVP to email@example.com by April 3.Find out more »
Online Optimizations: A How to Guide of the Right Tools at the Right Cost Join us in Fayetteville, N.C. at the Fayetteville Arts Council for a one-of-a-kind professional development event designed to provide you with an arsenal of information on how to leverage online tools – such as social media and search engine optimization (SEO) – to improve your PR or marketing strategy. The event will feature three engaging sessions, including: Leveraging Social Media Effectively for a Minimal Costwith Kia…Find out more »
NCPRSA Refund Policy
For NCPRSA events (professional development, networking, skills, etc.), no refunds will be issued if the event is postponed by the Chapter due to an act of nature (snow, hurricane, etc.). If the Chapter cancels the event, refunds in full will be made as soon as feasible. If for some reason you are unable to attend an event for which you registered and paid, no refund will be issued, so we encourage you to transfer your registration to another professional.