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Welcome to PRSA Inland Empire

The Inland Empire Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) is the premier public relations organization for Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. PRSA Inland Empire is a well-established professional organization in the communications industry, serving more than 100 members across the region. 

JOIN PRSA-IE to take full advantage of our professional development and networking opportunities.

JOIN OUR MAILING LIST to hear about upcoming programs and events.

 

webinar resources

PRSA National:Communicating in a Time of COVID-19, 
Live March 19, 2020 3–4 p.m. EDT, On-Demand, available March 26

Institute for Public RelationsHow Businesses Are Handling the Crisis the COVID-19 Pandemic, Live Mar 20, 2020 12:00 PM EDT

membership Promotions

NOTE: Anyone who would like to be billed quarterly needs to call our Member Services Team at 212.460.1400. 

mentorship/ internship opportunities

Contact: Director of PRSSA Mary Ann Pearson APR

Sponsorship opportunities

Sponsor a PR Graduate and help them become a PRSA Associate Member

PRSA-IE has a rich history of mentoring, coaching and encouraging public relations students. The Board would love to see our members partner in this endeavor by donating to sponsor recent graduates who want to become PRSA members. Over the years, many valuable general members and a few board members joined our ranks by receiving a sponsorship for associate membership. Recent graduates can join for $60. Plus the chapter membership.

We will acknowledge donors at our each event and on our website and social media posts. Please contact [email protected] for information.

Professional Development opportunities

APR Information:

In the world of communication professionals, the Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) is a credential earned by public relations and communication practitioners who commit to the profession through ethical practices and sound judgment, strategic perspectives, knowledge of best practices and the use of the research/planning/implementation/evaluation (RPIE) process.

Accreditation is a mark of distinction and is achieved through a rigorous process. Practitioners are required to present their knowledge to Accredited peers for review. This is followed by a comprehensive examination that tests a candidate’s knowledge of the field. Perhaps most importantly, the credential signifies an understanding and commitment to a Code of Ethics, and ability to think and plan at the strategic level.

Learn more about APR and explore the resources available at www.praccreditation.org.

 

 

Polaris Awards

Each year, PRSA-IE seeks to recognize the Inland Empire’s most successful and well-informed public relations. Learn about how your program or project can be considered for the PRSA-IE Polaris Award.

2020 Timeline

To be announced in February 2020.

Industry jobs

Looking for entry level or career opportunities in the communications, marketing and public relations industry? Check out PRSA-IE's robust list of opportunities.