Welcome to the PRSA New Professionals Section Blog!
The New Pros Blog is our premiere long-form online venue. The New Pros Blog addresses topics and issues of concern to public relations professionals, especially those with fewer than 5 years experience. Through posts, public relations professionals can share ideas and experiences, ultimately leading to building relationships with our fellow New Pros and strengthening ourselves as professionals.
A new post will go live every Friday morning. Subscribe to our RSS feed, and stay current on what’s new with PRSA’s New Professionals Section.
Who Writes for This Blog?
We invite members of the New Professionals Section to contribute posts to our blog, and we invite everyone, including non-members, to contribute comments. Blog posts may consist of career advice, personal experience, case studies and more. Contact the New Professionals of PRSA Section’s Blog Chair, Zaneta Chuniq Inpower and Heather Sliwinski, if you are intersted in contributing to the New Pros Blog.
What Other Ways Can I Connect with the New Pros of PRSA Online?
In addition to the New Pros Blog, the New Professionals of PRSA have quite the online presence–Facebook, LinkedIN and eGroups (Oh My!). Each of these groups allows us a different way to network, but none of our earlier groups allowed space for long-form interaction.
Non-members and members are invited to join our Facebook page. Here, we post events, news and discussions relevant to our section.
What is the PRSA New Professionals Section?
A Professional Interest Section within the Public Relations Society of America where our members usually have fewer than 5 years of professional experience within the PR field, whether they’ve recently switched careers or are just graduating.
Our Section’s mission is to provide career guidance, mentor relationships and professional development opportunities for our members. Many of our members join because they want to learn more about their field, network and expand their credentials. Check out these links for more information or to join either PRSA or the New Professionals Section