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About our Chapter

With nearly 400 active chapter members, PRSA Houston is one of the nation's largest and most active chapters of the Public Relations Society of America. Founded in 1950, we help members become more valuable to their organizations and clients and, therefore, more successful professionally, by providing peer-based support, by encouraging professional growth through participation in educational programs and leadership roles, and by promoting the highest standards of professional competence and ethics.

job bank: New and Now

Our job bank will help you stay ahead of the competition and reach your career goals for your public relations jobs hunt in the greater Houston area.

PR Day Call for speakers now underway

PR Day is a full day of expert speakers and compelling discussions that cater to communicators at every stage of their career - from students to seasoned PR pros. It will be held virtually on June 24, 2021, and attendees will gain knowledge in these key focus areas:

  • Students and young professionals
  • Tools and techniques
  • Strategic planning and implementation
  • Leadership training


To apply to be a speaker, please review the presentation proposal guidelines and submit your application information in a Word or PDF document via email to PRSA Houston President-Elect Felicia Perez at [email protected] by Monday, April 19, 2021, at 5 p.m. Central Time.

EXCALIBUR AWARDS ENTRIES OPEN APRIL 20

PRSA Houston’s Excalibur Awards celebrate and honor outstanding public relations professionals, programs and tactics. In 2021, we will celebrate and honor the work of a challenging and unprecedented year, which highlighted PR in ways we haven’t seen before. We’ll recognize the Communicator of the Year, and the Young Professional of the Year, while one team will receive the 36th Annual Grand Excalibur Award. Award entries open on April 20.

meet your 2021 leadership team

FINANCIAL HARDSHIP PLAN

We understand the difficult financial situation many of our members are faced with during the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic downturn. PRSA is ready to assist with a financial hardship plan for those who qualify. The program covers those who have been a member of PRSA for a total of three or more years and are unemployed or temporarily disabled.

The hardship dues for regular national members is $125, a savings of $130 from the full dues of $255. Members who renew with the hardship plan will still receive all PRSA member benefits. To apply for the hardship program, members must complete and sign the application, on which they attest that they are unemployed or temporarily disabled.

 

PRESIDENT'S CORNER

Message from President Meagan Coughlin, APR


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