Announcing PR Advanced: #FuelTheFuture

We are excited to announce that we will be hosting our eighth Regional Conference,
PR Advanced: #FuelTheFuture!

#FuelTheFuture will help students understand and develop the skills employers are searching for in the dynamic, new age world of public relations. Students today are entering the workforce in a fundamental period of transformation and are looking for ways to better understand and impact the future. PR Advanced will provide every attendee with a powerful mix of inspiration and information to make their mark in the public relations industry and help to advance the future of the profession.

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“I am so excited to be hosting our eighth annual Regional Conference PR Advanced: #FuelTheFuture. This year we will dive into the digital space and learn more about what companies are doing well on new platforms. If you are interested in learning about how Fortune 500 companies, non-profit organizations or small, innovative start-ups excel there will be a speaker for you.

The committee is already hard at work to bring us great speakers to be at our speed networking and breakout sessions. Past attendees include Rob Flaherty, President, Senior Partner and CEO of Ketchum, Jon Iwata, SVP of Marketing and Communications at IBM as well as representatives from MTV, Fleishman-Hillard, Marina Maher Communications, Burson-Marsteller, Google, 360 PR, JetBlue and more! Look out for this year’s speaker status updates on Facebook and Twitter.

Last year’s conference, PR Advanced: Embrace the Possibilities, brought over 200 students and professionals. I cannot wait to see all of the familiar faces from last year and new faces in the crowd.
Tweet at us and let us know what you liked about last year, and what we can bring this year, to help you #FuelTheFuture.”

-Brynn Murphy, Conference Coordinator

Come #FuelTheFuture with us on Saturday, February 15, 2014!

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