Learn About Getting Your APR

Looking for the next step of professional development in your Public Relations career? Approximately one out of every five eligible PRSA members is accredited (about 4,000 people). People who are universally accredited in PR are more likely to earn higher salaries and assume higher management positions than their non-accredited peers. The credential has clout – the APR program celebrates 50 years in 2014!

Find out how you can earn your APR and maximize your PR growth by joining recently accredited Public Relations practitioners at a free Southeastern Wisconsin PRSA networking mixer. You’ll have the opportunity to talk with new and seasoned APRs as well as fellow practitioners who are also interested in becoming accredited. Explore the process, learn more about the Readiness Review and maybe even find a study partner to help you on your way to accreditation. Bring a PR colleague – you do not have to be a PRSA member to attend.

Complimentary appetizers will also be served.

When: April 10, 2014

Time: 4-6:30 p.m.

Where: Taylors, 795 N. Jefferson St., Milwaukee, (Corner of Jefferson and Wells)


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