Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is the organization I choose to promote this month. PRSSA is the foremost organization for students interested in public relations and communications.
PRSSA is a national chapter that gives PR students an outlet to develop their profession beyond the classroom and an opportunity to meet with other students pursuing a similar career. Its mission is to help students build their job as well as help them expand in the Public Relations field.
For example, this month, some of the PRSSA students had the opportunity to attend the Hispanic Public Relations Association Bravo Awards. The Bravo Awards are unique because they recognize individuals making a difference in the industry. By attending these events, we are investing in future PR professionals, allowing them to be in the company of legends and visionaries.
General meetings are every other Wednesday (bi-weekly) at 6 p.m. Students pursuing a public relation, mass communication, and marketing degree are encouraged to investigate PRSSA. In addition, the organization meets with experts that have worked all around the mass communication field.
Currently, PRSSA is in the middle of planning a trip to Dallas for the PRSA International conference in addition to designing the Spring professional development trip.
“Our deadline to join is Nov. 1st. I would advise if anyone is interested- to talk to one of our executives to find out more before the deadline!” Said Jessica Salazar, Vice President of Professional Development.
For more information, follow their social media platforms:
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