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Learn more about the APR!

Celebrate APR Month - It Takes a PRo

 

Profess what you know with the Accreditation in Public Relations (APR). The APR symbolizes distinction and demonstrates an experienced PR professional’s mastery of strategic communications and their personal and professional commitment to lifelong learning and ethical standards.

 

A true offspring of the PR industry, the APR integrates timeless communications principles with contemporary strategies and tactics. You and the rest of the PR community can trust that the APR is an accurate representation of your present expertise and a true test of your potential to lead the field. 

 

The APR:

  •          asserts professional competence
  •          communicates professional expertise, plus personal and professional dedication and values
  •          reflects progressive PR industry practices and high standards

 

Quick Overview

The APR is a test and testament of professional expertise, ethics, and dedication, and your facility within today’s dynamic PR and communications environment.

 

Cutting-edge Industry Knowledge - Project Your PR Skillset

 

Dig deeper into PR practice and fine-tune your professional proficiency.

You have years of professional experience and industry knowledge behind you, and it shows. Prove it with the APR—a unique opportunity to examine your profession, explore every segment of the industry, and hone your hard-earned professional skills.

 

Identify Strengths, Resolve Weaknesses - Next Step for PR Professionals

 

You’ve gotten this far. Here’s what’s next. The Accreditation in Public Relations is the next step for PR pros ready to assess and assert their professional proficiency. Knowing exactly where you stand in the big world of PR makes a difference. Gauge your professional know-how to accurately calibrate your craft, contacts, and next move toward your career future. Always in step with the PR industry and attuned to trends—with innovative industry insight and strong industry networks—the APR ensures your readiness for the present and the future of PR.

 

Recognition - Show Your Worth

Let the APR speak for you. Experienced, educated, ethical: That’s what the Accreditation in Public Relations says about you. In the competitive PR and communications career market, you can distinguish yourself—communicate your superior breadth of experience, depth of industry knowledge, and passion for PR with just three letters.

 

Interested in earning your APR? Contact: Liselle DeGrave, APR

PRSA – CIEC APR Chair,  Liselle@DeGravePR.com or 951.764.0865 Join us on July 17 for an APR informational  dinner. Event details pending.

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