This month at work, I’m serving as a moderator on a professional development panel for our Early Career Professionals group. It’s brought me to a few conclusions:
- Wow. I’m not only *not* part of the Early Career Professionals, but I’m serving as a moderator?! It’s an honor, even if it’s hard for my millennial spirit to swallow.
- I am so very lucky to be part of such a dynamic professional group.
- It’s not always obvious what the benefits of joining such a group are, for those who haven’t experienced it.
So, I’m taking this as an opportunity to step back and share the benefits of being a member of PPRS. Consider sharing this message with a colleague you think might benefit from joining!
We all know the value of networking with our colleagues. Why not put the valuable network of PPRS professionals to work for you?
Whether you are a novice or a seasoned public relations practitioner, the monthly programs offered by PPRS provide valuable information for varying experience levels.
PPRS maintains a directory – complete with names, titles and contact information – of its more than 150 professional members.
PPRS gives its members the opportunity to grow their skills through a variety of leadership roles and opportunities.
PPRS membership looks great on a resume and adds clout to your on-paper skill set.