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2018 Yankee Slate of Officers Announced

Nov 6th, 2017 | By

Pursuant to the bylaws of the Yankee chapter, the Board of Directors submits this slate of officers/board members for your consideration. The slate of nominees, as proposed by this year’s Nominating Committee, will be voted on at the annual meeting on Tuesday, December 5 at the N.H. Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College.

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Buffalo/Niagara PRSA Chapter Looking for Input on PRxNE 2018

Nov 4th, 2017 | By

The Buffalo/Niagara PRSA Chapter is proud to be hosing the 2018 PRxNE District Conference, Communication Convergence: The Integrated Communicator, on June 1, in Buffalo, NY. Please take a few minutes to answer our survey, by November 27, so we can better serve our members during this conference.

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Public Relations Analyst

Oct 30th, 2017 | By

10/30/2017 — Strategic Communications, LLC is seeking a freelance / independent contractor dedicated to news and social media monitoring, research, measurement, analysis, and reporting.

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Is It Real? Communicating in a World of Fake News, December 5

Oct 25th, 2017 | By

Join Yankee Chapter PRSA at the NH Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College on December 5 for our annual meeting, a chance to network with friends and colleagues, and a lively discussion on successfully delivering messages in a world filled with “fake news.”

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Director of Academic Communications – SNHU

Oct 23rd, 2017 | By

10/23/2017 — Southern New Hampshire University’s College of Online and Continuing Education (COCE) is currently seeking a Director of Academic Communications to promote internal culture through communication and training while growing COCE Academics’ thought leadership presence and reputation for academic quality internally and externally.

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Public Information Officer – City of Concord

Oct 23rd, 2017 | By

10/23/2017– The award-winning City of Concord, New Hampshire, is seeking a high-energy individual to be the voice of our community as its first-ever Public Information Officer (PIO). As the state capital of New Hampshire, the City of Concord is a vibrant community located an hour from Boston with a thriving downtown, great outdoor recreational opportunities, and an outstanding quality of life. Interested candidates should have excellent writing and presentation skills, the ability to plan strategically, proficiency with all types of social media, and be able to work with people from all backgrounds.

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Thinking of Earning Your APR?

Oct 20th, 2017 | By

Is it time to step up your game? Becoming accredited in public relations (the APR) is a mark of distinction and professionalism. The APR demonstrates your mastery of strategic communications and your commitment to the highest standards of ethics, and lifelong learning.

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NH Community Relations Manager — IINE

Oct 17th, 2017 | By

10/17/2017 — The International Institute of New England is seeking a community relations manager who will drive fundraising and community education efforts in Manchester and surrounding communities in New Hampshire. With support from an AmeriCorps member, s/he oversees the volunteer program in our Manchester office and is a member of our development team, which is responsible for raising funds to support IINE’s mission.

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Marketing Associate — Yankee Publishing

Oct 10th, 2017 | By

10/6/2017 — Yankee Publishing is seeking a marketing associate to be responsible for digital advertising programs for Yankee, including client communications, creative development, inventory and delivery management, and performance analysis.

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 Thinking of Earning Your APR? – Learn More

Sep 29th, 2017 | By

Is it time to step up your game? Becoming accredited in public relations (the APR) is a mark of distinction and professionalism. The APR demonstrates your mastery of strategic communications and your commitment to the highest standards of ethics and lifelong learning. Yankee Chapter’s Accreditation Committee, Jane Law, APR and Mary Ellen Hettinger, APR invite you to join the 30% accredited members and fellows in our chapter.

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