There is no meeting tonight, but we hope to see you wonderful people at the Meet and Greet!
IMPORTANT ANNOUCEMENT ABOUT DUES- EVEN IF YOU HAVE ALREADY PAID!!!
If you have paid, or plan on paying next week, you must e-mail your name, permanent address, and phone number to Alex (email@example.com) by Wednesday at 5 p.m. Please make the subject of the e-mail “Spring 2008 Dues.” Thanks!
Sunday, February 24- E-Board Meet and Greet– grab some (free!) brunch at Dexter Park and get to know the e-board and your fellow PRSSA-ers! We’ll also have some sample resumes and cover letters for you to look at. It’s going to be a great time! (If you’d like to contribute to the brunch cause, you’re more than welcome to make a donation of any delicious and tasty item. 🙂 )
Be sure to RSVP to the E-vite we sent out! If you didn’t get it, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Please call Heather’s cell (201.694.5301) when you arrive at Dexter Park so she can buzz you in.
February 26– Emma Caroll, junior publicist at Allied– Emma’s path to Allied was definitely a lesson in knowing what you want and working hard to get it!
March 4- COM Career Services will give us a great overview on how to use their services to our greatest benefit, and will give us some awesome tips on resumes, cover letters, and the like. This will be great so you can work on your professional materials over spring break!
It’s time to register for the best conference ever: PR Advanced: PRSSA Goes 2.0
Ok, so we may be biased about the “best” part…
Many members of PRSSA have been extremely busy this year, helping to plan our second annual regional conference with Simmons College. The conference will be at the Photonics Center, and will focus on digital and social media in the field of PR. It will be on March 29 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and will feature a keynote speaker, two breakout sessions, an activity session, a career fair, AND free breakfast, lunch, and all the coffee you would possibly want!
We’ve got an impressive list of communication and PR pros coming to this event, so don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to network and learn! For more information, and to download the registration form, visit www.prssaboston.blogspot.com.
Are you a senior looking for a job?
SHIFT Communications, one of the fastest growing independent public relations agencies in the nation, is hiring, and would love to get to know you! They mostly work in the technology and consumer fields, and have offices in San Francisco and Boston. If you are interested in applying at SHIFT, please respond to this e-mail so we can forward your resume and cover letter or get you in touch with the right people. If you have any questions, let us know!