Register by June 19 to be entered to win a complete paid registration to the 2013 PRSA Mid-Atlantic District Conference on Tuesday, June 25…valued at $195 for Members and $245 for Non-members. If you are among the first 200 registrants you are eligible to win. Plan for a full day of over the top sessions with breakfast, lunch and cocktails at the close. The winner will be drawn from the first 200 fully paid registrations on June 20th and notified that day. http://www.prsamd.org/get-connected/conferences/the-prsa-mid-atlantic-district-chesapeake-conference-2013
ENTER FOR A 2013 KEYSTONE AWARD TODAY
Have you written some stellar copy? Created a compelling website? Planned an effective campaign? If you have a project you think is worthy of recognition, visit the 2013 Keystone Awards webpage right now to get your official Call for Entries information and see some examples of last year’s winners. The Keystone Awards recognize work that best demonstrates the highest standards of public relations research, planning, implementation and evaluation.
Click here to see this year’s Call for Entries brochure and the 16 award categories.
Entries for Keystone Awards may be submitted by any individual or organization—member or non-member, and all the details are on 2013 Keystone Awards webpage. The early bird deadline is August 28. The final deadline is September 4. All submitted entries will be professionally judged by the Florida Public Relations Association.
A special celebration of winners will be held on Thursday, November 7. More details will be forthcoming on that special event! Questions on the 2013 Keystone Awards program can be directed to Sarah Douglass at 717.580.0557 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Millersville University chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Receives Awards
Two national awards and several university awards have been earned by the Millersville University chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA). The chapter is affiliated with the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. Its faculty advisor is Thomas P. Boyle, Ph.D., APR, chair and associate professor in the department of communication and theater. Dr. Boyle also sits on the board of the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America.