Sometimes, it IS about who you know
Looking to expand your portfolio and make solid connections with others in the local PR community? Volunteering can help you achieve your goals and CPRS-VI has numerous projects, committee, and board opportunities available.
PR pro Michelle Garrett agrees and says volunteering can help you keep your knowledge current, enhance your credibility, and meet your future mentors.
Maybe you want to start by volunteering on a project or serving on one of our committees. Or you could hone your technical skills: newsletters, events, websites, social media - oh my!
Then you might move on to the CPRS-VI board, learn how to set and execute strategic direction, manage people and resources - make the influential relationships you need in the same town where you want to make your mark.
Polish it all off by moving to the CPRS National Board and help shape the direction of Canada's only professional association for public relations practitioners - and for the public relations field itself.
Chat with us at one of our monthly Happy Hours about your best fit or check out the opportunities below.
Email Marketing – who wants in?
Want to learn how to use email marketing services to produce newsletters, manage your contact list, event registration pages AND surveys? We are looking for someone to produce our monthly newsletters using Contact Contact. Interested? Contact your future mentor, Erin Beattie, CPRS-VI Communications Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to apply.
Event Managers: The path to PR success.
Effective event management means having a specific target audience in mind well before event planning starts and needs to be aimed at delivering a clear message and a compelling call to action. We are looking for someone to can manage details and the big picture in harmony. If this sounds like you, don't let this opportunity pass you by. Contact your future mentor, Catherine Dooner, CPRS-VI Vice President, at email@example.com for more information or to apply.