Say Hello Again to Agency Tours, Fingers Crossed

The average office occupancy rate has leveled off as hybrid work arrangements are widely being adopted across corporate America— highly flexible and evolving work patterns that allow workers to have a big say in how often, when or even whether they do any in-person office work. However, the vast majority of universities are returning to […]

2023 Georgia Chapter Leadership: Open for Nominations

The Nominating Committee will meet in July to select nominees for all open Georgia Chapter Officers, Board of Directors and Assembly Delegate positions for 2023. Members can recommend active Georgia Chapter members for consideration: anyone who has been engaged in Chapter activities and served in leadership roles on committees. Please familiarize yourself with our volunteer […]

Advice for new PR graduates

How to Wow New Colleagues June. Graduation excitement is in the air and for many of these graduates, the first day of their career is approaching. This is an exciting and, at times, intimidating next step. So, here are a few tips to keep in mind to wow your new colleagues from day one. Yes, […]

Black History Month Can Never Be Celebrated The Same Way Again

By: Betsy Helgager Hughes, Co-Chair of DE&I After a couple years of intense personal reflection, along with co-moderating a racial understanding group on Facebook, ADLA (Awakening Dialogue Leading to Action), I’ve come to the conclusion that Black History Month should never be acknowledged or celebrated the same way again by any company, school, organization, or […]

Georgia Southern University earns Certification for Education in Public Relations

    The Georgia Southern University public relations program is one of only 52 programs globally, and the first affiliated with the PRSA Georgia Chapter, to earn the prestigious Certification for Education in Public Relations (CEPR) from PRSA. The CEPR program is managed by PRSA at the national level with a rigorous review process following […]

A Message from Chapter President Karen Cole

Hello, PRSA Georgia friends! December is here and…whew…we made it! In this pandemic, each year has felt like five – but is it me, or does time seem to go simultaneously fast and slow? Well, you’re doing great. And if you’re not, that’s ok too – I know you’ll get there, friend. Pandemic or not, […]

2021 PRSA Georgia Multicultural PRism Scholarship Winner Announced!

The PRSA Georgia Chapter is proud to announce the winner of the 2021 Multicultural PRism Scholarship, Kaniya Bates! Kaniya is a student at Oglethorpe University majoring in Communications. Kaniya’s passion and goal is to work for a non-profit organization that will advocate for emerging majorities. She will be honored during our Annual PRSA Georgia  First […]