PRSSA

PRSSA

In 1968, 20 years after its own establishment, the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) founded the Public Relations Student Society of America. The declared purpose of PRSSA is to cultivate a favorable and mutually advantageous relationship between students and professional public relations practitioners. The student society aims to foster the following:

  • Understanding of current theories and procedures of the profession
  • Appreciation of the highest ethical ideals and principles
  • Awareness of an appropriate professional attitude
  • Appreciation of Associate Membership in PRSA and eventually accredited membership

Today The Public Relations Student Society of America has more than 9,600 members in 284 universities across the country.

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  • 1. cofcprssa  |  October 7, 2007 at 5:31 pm

    In 1968, 20 years after its own establishment, the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) founded the Public Relations Student Society of America. The declared purpose of PRSSA is to cultivate a favorable and mutually advantageous relationship between students and professional public relations practitioners.
    The student society aims to foster the following:

    Understanding of current theories and procedures of the profession
    Appreciation of the highest ethical ideals and principles
    Awareness of an appropriate professional attitude
    Appreciation of Associate Membership in PRSA and eventually accredited membership
    Today The Public Relations Student Society of America has more than 9,600 members in 284 universities across the country.

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