Join The CPRS Edmonton Board of Directors We’re growing! We’re excited to announce they are recruiting new professionals to join our board of directors for the 2023-2024 year. Volunteer Commitment: Benefits: Email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about joining the board.
Happy New Year! With the holiday season and a successful mixer co-hosted with IABC Edmonton now behind us, we’re looking forward to an exciting 2023. The coming year is a significant milestone for CPRS Edmonton because we are celebrating our […]
What a wonderful evening catching up with everyone! Thank you all for coming out to our CPRS Fall Mixer last night. And special thanks to @sodoyeg for hosting us with amazing food and cocktails! 🍸 We look forward to seeing everyone again […]
Join us for our first CPRS National fall webinar in collaboration with Leger, our national partner, on how to reach Quebecers and succeed in Quebec. The webinar will be held virtually via Zoom on Wednesday, October 5th, at 12 pm ET […]
Job postings often list “membership with [insert professional membership organization here] considered an asset”. But what does it mean to have an employee participate in a professional communications organization, and why should employers care? When we think about professional membership, […]
Friends who get it. Advice. Leadership opportunities. Accolades. Advocating for the public good. Expanding your network. You sought CPRS Edmonton out for a reason. I’ve been a CPRS member for more than a decade, but I believe paying an annual […]
With this month’s focus on ethics in communications and public relations, we’ve rounded up a few articles that tackle this topic head-on, and offer great perspectives. Forbes dives into how to Champion Truth and Transparency over Embellishments in PR. The […]
by Jacqueline Biollo, MBA, ICD.D I wasn’t looking for a mentor, per se, but my professional journey is paved from inspiration and confidence building opportunities that changed how I perceive the world around me, and how the values of leadership, […]
It’s something I asked myself repeatedly five years ago, when considering whether it was the time to complete the Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) process. Had I been working in public relations for a few years? Yes. Had I been taking on progressively complex project work? Yes. Did both my work and home situation allow the time needed to prepare and study? (mostly) Yes.
by Michele Fowler This month’s feature article is by the Digital School of Marketing and it explores the concept of cross-cultural communication in PR. There’s a particularly great video embedded halfway through the article that we recommend watching too! Cross-cultural […]