Welcome to Public Relations Society of America – Central Illinois (PRSA-CI) chapter’s website where you will learn about upcoming events, the latest news, what seasoned professionals students from across the region are doing, and insight into exciting professional development and employment opportunities. Let us know what we can do for you. PRSA-CI is associated with the largest PR association in the United States.
There are many reasons PR professionals join PRSA-CI. Here’s a list of our top 8:
1). Take Charge of Your Career – Expand your skills so that you are prepared for your next career opportunity.
2). Our Strategic Content — our new webinars, e-newsletters and in-person events are developed to help you refine your skills and stay up to date on the latest trends.
3). Professional Development – Take advantage of enriching professional growth and development opportunities. Elevate your knowledge through thought leadership.
4). Expand Your Sphere of Influence – Share your knowledge with PRSA-CI and more than 21,000 PRSA members across the world, while increasing your influence, reputation and value in the marketplace through opportunities.
5). Develop Strategic Connections – Explore different disciplines and connect with communications professionals in every industry across the country both online and in person. Build and expand your network of trusted confidants and mentors.
6). Give Back to the Profession – Share your expertise and help shape the future of the industry.
7). Stay Inspired and Motivated – Engage in stimulating conversations, ignite your creativity, and renew your enthusiasm for your career at events featuring strategic innovations.
8). Membership in PRSA-CI and a national Professional Interest Section(s) is an ideal way to advance your career. We encourage you to enhance your membership by volunteering to become more engaged and active in upcoming PRSA-CI events.
Important message from the PRSA National Chair
Michelle Olson, APR, the 2021 Chair of PRSA National, has issued a statement about the the events of January 6, 2021. Click here to read her statement.