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PRSSA Chapter Executives Learnt he Value of Leadership and Networking at Leadership Retreat


This fall, the PRSA Student Relations Committee hosted a one-day retreat for current PRSSA chapter executive board members to get together for networking, discussions and presentations.

Students from the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Winona State University, Minnesota State University Moorhead, University of Wisconsin Eau Claire and St. Cloud State University gathered at PadillaCRT on October 25.

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Margaret Anne Hennen, APR

As a solo professional operating a communication and public relations consultancy, Margaret Ann Hennen, APR, Fellow PRSA, President, Hennen Communications, LLC, does it all: from running the business to securing clients.

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UPCOMING EVENTS:

APR Workshop

Save the date and RSVP for the Minnesota PRSA APR workshop Saturday, Jan. 31 and Sunday, Feb. 1. While others are prepping for the Super Bowl weekend, you'll be prepping for the Super Bowl of your life – your accreditation in public relations (APR). Your Minnesota PRSA APR team is here to cheer you on and help you make it down the field to your touchdown – the APR!

9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 31
9 a.m.-1:15 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 1 (optional afternoon portfolio review)

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota Conference Center
1750 Yankee Doodle Road, Eagan

RSVP: Betsy Anderson and Julie Eastling. Your official invite with agenda and directions will be emailed to you once you RSVP.
 


What it Takes to Win the Super Bowl

Join us and learn what it takes to win the bid to host the Super Bowl from Minnesota bid committee member Steve Gordon.The winning effort involved leadership and collaboration from many stakeholders, including Meet Minneapolis, Governor Dayton’s office and the Minnesota Vikings organization. It involved research, understanding audience insights, and planning and execution of communication strategies, tactics and messages to build mutually beneficial relationships. All are key skills for effective public relations!

7:30-9:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 5
Weber Shandwick
8400 Tower Training Room
Building Address: 5600 W. 84th St., Bloomington

Cost:
$25 students
$30 PRSA Member
$45 Non-PRSA member
(2015 event pass eligible)


 


Content Marking for Communications

As content marketing evolves, it’s not only the term itself that is difficult to define, but even more so the role of communications and public relations within this strategy. In effort to answer these questions that remain top of mind for PR pros, we invite you to join us for an expert panel discussion moderated by Maccabee Public Relations.

5 p.m. Tuesday, March 3
Cambria Gallery on 7th
625 South 2nd Ave. #101
Minneapolis, MN 55402

Cost:
$25 students
$30 PRSA Member
$45 Non-PRSA member
(2015 event pass eligible)

 

2015 Event Pass


Learning, professional development and networking are important aspects of your PRSA membership and we want to make our event offering as accessible as possible.

Minnesota PRSA is offering a 5-event and 10-event pass for admission to the wide variety of programs and events hosted throughout 2015.

Sign up to get yours now!

PRSA offers two different event pass levels:

  • 5-Event-Pass for $75
  • 10-Event-Pass for $125
Click here to learn more and to purchase you pass!
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