Learn, Grow and Connect with PRSA-NCC: 3 Reasons Joining Your Local Chapter Matters

By: Josh Gordon, PRSA-NCC’s Membership Co-Chair

Joining your local chapter, not just the national one, will help you maximize your PRSA membership for these three reasons.

  1. Discounts on Programming: We could all save a buck or two. As a local member, you get a 15 percent discount on PRSA-NCC professional development sessions and other events throughout the year.
  2. Career Enhancement: Public relations is an evolving field; practitioners continually use new strategies alongside proven methods. The best way to advance as professionals is to keep our skills sharp with professional development. PRSA-NCC gives members the opportunity to learn new skills and fresh ideas that they can bring back to their organization.
  3. Community:  Make connections with people like you. Find a mentor, brainstorm with peers at a Chapter happy hour and participate in leadership opportunities. Our community is vast and diverse but identical in its commitment to advancing the profession.

Get more out of your membership and grow your professional network by joining PRSA-NCC today.

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About prsancc

The National Capital Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA-NCC) is a professional public relations organization of more than 1,400 members in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. The Chapter provides professional development programs, accreditation instruction, and networking events. The Chapter also promotes public relations education through five area Public Relations Society of America Student chapters, as well as a Career Academy for inner city high school students. For more information, please visit http://www.prsa-ncc.org or call (703) 691-9212.

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