PRSA-West Virginia Chapter
PO Box 13604
Charleston, WV 25360
Chartered on November 10, 1979, the West Virginia Chapter of PRSA is in its 32nd year of service to public relations professionals in West Virginia, continuing with the energy and enthusiasm that have built and sustained this chapter. With approximately 100 members, the West Virginia Chapter of PRSA helps members become more valuable to their organizations and clients - and more successful professionally by:
West Virginia Chapter lauches mentor program..
The Public Relations Society of America - West Virginia Chapter is launching a new professional mentoring program aimed at assisting young public relations professionals with career decisions and guidance regrading problems the mentee may be facing.
The new mentorship program will make available some of the state's most respected and experienced professionals to young public relations practitioners. The PRSA-WV Chapter mentors will come from several different PR sectors, including corporate communications, agencies, government, nonprofit, associations and educational institutions.
All communications between a mentor and mentee will be confidential
To join the ranks of current mentors, or to seek guidance as a mentee, please complete the registration form and return it to email@example.com.
Looking for great employees?
In this economy, we have some great potential employees for your company or your clients. These are folks with successful experience in public relations who have been hit hard by the economic downturn. If you have a position to fill, or know of one, consider looking at our PRSA members. Just click on the member's name for their resume, then hit contact for their email address.
We also have some great students looking for internships and employment!
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“If I ever deleted your news release, I’m sorry,” said Attorney General Morrisey’s Communications Director Beth Ryan. “I never, ever knew it took this much effort to get a release out, and I’m sorry if I deleted yours.”...
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This edition containshighlights of theApril meeting with Linda Arnold and Cindy Boggs on wellness from the inside out, a membership offer for new professionals during May, social media best practices, WVU's new communications major and a listing of free PRSA webinars in April. Additional stories provide details on the May 15 professional development seminar on "The art of bragging," at Stonewall Resort and a message from President Jeri Matheney...
This edition contains highlights of the February meeting with Beth Ryan on blazing trails in the Attorney General's office, recognition of East Central District Diamond Award recipients, benefits of West Virginia Chapter membership, resume tips for executives and a listing of free PRSA webinars in March. Additional stories provide details on the bonus April 4 webinar, the April 17 meeting on wellness with Linda Arnold and Cindy Boggs and a message from President Jeri Matheney, APR...