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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.

what to expect in 2021

We want to share our heartfelt gratitude for each of you sticking with us throughout the myriad challenges this year. We value your membership and strive to deliver relevant, timely programming that can help your career. While this year forced us to cancel events and pivot to virtual programming, we appreciate your support through it all. As the chapter leadership and board of directors transition, we are happily waving goodbye to the difficulties of 2020 while remembering the important lessons learned throughout the year. Next year will bring us all a fresh start, and we plan to get back to in-person events as soon as it’s deemed safe – hopefully sooner rather than later. Until then, we will continue to bring you valuable virtual programming during the first quarter with featured monthly webinars, member-only workshops, media mixers, and more. 

meet your 2021 leadership team

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.

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

Message from President Meagan Coughlin, APR
01/04/2021 | [email protected] | 0

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