Join Yankee PRSA on November 15 at 3 p.m. and Red River Theaters in Concord for the chapter’s annual meeting and enjoy a panel of savvy pr experts discuss community engagement.
- Communicating for Change, Nov. 18 in Burlington, VT
- THE WHY OF THE BUY: PR & Community Engagement
- Call for Speakers – NESHCo
- Exhibit and Website Honor NH PR Legend Pat Jackson
- Director Communications NH/VT – American Heart Association
- The Value of Membership
- Director of Marketing — Jewett Construction
- Celebrate PRSA Ethics Month at Yankee Chapter’s Trivia Night – Sept. 28
- Marketing and Communications Coordinator — Granite YMCA
- Yankee Chapter PRSA Awards Scholarship to Champlain College Senior Margaret Kuchinski
About YankeePRSAThe Yankee Chapter is composed of approximately 110 public relations professionals who work in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont. The Yankee Chapter meets every other month for professional development sessions and networking opportunities. Meetings feature seminars, prominent speakers, workshops and discussions on various topics and issues of interest to those who practice public relations. The sessions also provide the opportunity for professionals at all levels to improve and refresh their skills and to meet and converse with colleagues from throughout northern New England.
The Champlain College Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) and the Yankee Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) are sponsoring a session, “Communicating for Change,” to learn the science and strategy behind effective change communications and how to prepare a successful communications plan.
When you join PRSA you join a vibrant network of practitioners, focused on sharing insights and best practices. Our members understand the realities of practicing public relations and offer solutions for all career levels. As the world’s leading advocate for public relations and communications professionals, PRSA represents a diverse cross-section of the industry, including corporate institutions, agencies, independent practitioners, public affairs organizations, associations, hospitals, schools, professional services firms and nonprofit.
A veritable who’s who of PR dignitaries, including Jerry Dalton, John Paluszek, Don Bates and other public relations leaders, gathered on September 8th at the Museum of Public Relations at Baruch College in NYC, for the opening of the Patrick Jackson exhibit and to acknowledge Pat’s widespread influence on the public relations profession.
Margaret Kuchinski, a senior at Champlain College and a resident of Delmar, N.Y., has been awarded the 2016 Yankee Chapter PRSA Scholarship. This year for the second time, the annual scholarship is sponsored by EDvestinU®, the NH Higher Education Loan Program’s nonprofit Student Loan Lending and Refinancing Program.
9/26/2016 — The Founders Affiliate of the American Heart Association (AHA) has an opportunity for an experienced communications/public relations person to join our affiliate Marketing and Communications team in our Manchester, NH office; The Director of Communications is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive communications plan to position programs and services of the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association in Vermont and NH.
9/8/2016 –Jewett Construction is looking for a marketing expert with 3+ years’ experience, preferably in the construction field, to play a vital role in driving growth at the company.