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Oak City Collaborative: Relevance, Influence & Communication April 18 - 20, 2018 in Raleigh! The 2018 PRSA Southeast District Conference - "Oak City Collaborative: Relevance, Influence & Communication" - is shaping up to be one of our best conferences ever! Book your stay! The event will be held at the Renaissance Raleigh North Hills Hotel in Raleigh's North Hills. Anyone attending the conference can book a room at the discounted rate of $175 per night. Click here to book your stay today. Register…Find out more »
Your Storytelling Strategy: How to use the power of storytelling to build brands with purpose and make content persuasive Nothing connects people like stories. Stories create meaning, cut through complexity, and make content persuasive. That’s why one of our oldest tools to communicate is one of the most powerful we have for building brands. When facts alone fail, start with story. Join us on May 16 as we learn from Jonathan Opp, President and Partner at New Kind, a strategic…Find out more »
Join NCPRSA as we shine a light on the winning PR campaigns and tactics that inspire us to do our best! Everyone is welcome. You do not need to be an InSpire Award Winner, or NCPRSA Member, to attend the celebration. Enjoy an elegant evening surrounded by an unbeatable view of Raleigh’s sparkling skyline at the City Club of Raleigh as we honor our peers, celebrate with fellow professionals, and experience the best of what NCPRSA has to offer: Networking…Find out more »
Join us on Wednesday, June 20 at 6pm for our NCPRSA 2018 summer social! We will gather over good food, drink and networking at Watts & Ward, a 1920’s inspired speakeasy in downtown Raleigh. This is a great opportunity to connect with like-minded industry leaders in the Triangle area, as well as hear about upcoming NCPRSA programs. Both members and nonmembers are encouraged to attend. There will be a cash bar available, and a selection of light appetizers to be enjoyed.…Find out more »
New Voices Support Changing News Cycle: How the N&O is Leveraging Influencers to Talk Policy The traditional news cycle has seen a significant shift over the past several years as social media has claimed its stake as a medium for news consumption and new voices - in the form of influencers - have immerged. Join us on Wednesday, July 18 to hear from Phil Lucey, the Executive Director of the N.C. Press Association and Sara Glines, the Publisher of the…Find out more »
The Foundation of Content Strategy: A Discussion on the Best Channels & Tactics with Scott Gates, APR As communicators in an ever-changing digital age, we’re in constant pursuit of new platforms to disseminate content. But as platforms rise and fall in popularity, it’s imperative to recognize content as priority, the importance of a sound strategy, and never losing site of brand and organizational objectives. Join us on Wednesday, August 15 for a discussion with Carolina Country Senior Editor, Scott Gates,…Find out more »
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 »
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.