Kick off summer with a cold one and Yankee Chapter PRSA at Smuttynose Brewery in Hampton, N.H. on Thursday, May 19! The event is set to begin at 4 p.m. with a complimentary brewery tour and optional beer tasting followed by networking at the Hayseed Restaurant.
- Yankee Chapter PRSA Student Scholarship
- Spring Social at Smutty Nose Brewery – May 19
- Communications Director — New Hampshire Humanities
- Omelets & APRs on St. Patrick’s Day
- Home Ice: How the Manchester Monarchs Keep Their Edge
- Communicating Your Skills – April 19
- PRSA Northeast District Conference – Register Now
- Boost Your Professionalism APR Session Postponed
- New Professionals – Join PRSA now and Receive a free Section Membership
- Membership & Community Relations Manager — NH Made
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 Northeast District Conference in Boston on June 13 will feature exceptional speakers and networking opportunities with peers and colleagues from every industry, discipline and management level.
New PRSSA graduates or those with less then three years experience receive a free one-year New Professionals Section membership when they join National PRSA as an associate member. Use promototional code AM16.
Do You Know a Student in a Public Relations-related Field?
We’re Still Accepting Applications for the 2016 Yankee Chapter PRSA Scholarship Sponsored by EDvestinU. Eligible Students Should Apply by May 23, 2016. The $500 scholarship will recognize the student’s academic achievement, demonstrated leadership, and commitment to public relations.
On St. Patrick’s Day, CEO of the Public Relations Society of America Joseph P. Truncale, PhD, CAE spoke about the future of PRSA at a breakfast for Accredited Public Relations professionals.
4/19/16 — New Hampshire Humanities seeks communications director who can convey the value of the humanities and of New Hampshire Humanities to many different audiences through a variety of formats.
3/21/2016 — NH Made is seeking a Membership and Community Relations Manager to build strong relations with current membership by providing prompt and enthusiastic service and communication, and act as liaison to ensure member needs and ideas are being communicated to the team and board.