Joining PRSA Maryland makes you part of a professional community of more than 21,000 public relations and communications professionals and over 10,000 student members across the country, including top PR and communications pros right here in Maryland. You’ll network with local professionals and gain access to local and national PRSA support and programs.
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With a variety of ways to get involved, you can donate as much or as little time as you want. Whether you’re interested in serving as a member of one of our committees, planning or participating in an event, or helping out occasionally, your efforts improve your professional and personal credentials. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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What’s in it for you?
- Earn APR credits
- Expand your network of industry professionals
- Enhance your professional skill set
- Network with members of the professional and the business communities
- Build relationships with PRSA Maryland Chapter leaders
- Receive 50% off registration fee to a monthly event when you help plan and/or work onsite for that event. Click here to learn more.
Joining a committee is one of the best ways to get more involved with PRSA Maryland. Whether your skillsets are advanced or expanding, there is a place for you on one of our committees. For more information, email email@example.com.
You can work when you want and how much you want. Contact us for more information.
Members of the APR Committee provide training necessary for applicants to successfully obtain the Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) credential. Volunteers provide study resources, mentoring and coaching to APR candidates as well as help applicants prepare for the panel presentation and APR exam.
Dianna Fornaro, APR, Chair
Help plan monthly networking and professional development events for chapter members. Plus, when you help plan and/or work a monthly event, you receive a 50% discount to that event. Click here to learn more.
Emily McDermott, Chair
If you cannot commit to a long-term assignment or don’t want to serve on a committee, we have a number of opportunities for ad hoc volunteers. You can work when you want and how much you want. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.