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PRSA Austin Chapter August Luncheon:
Lessons from the Front Line with Julian Read

Save the date for our August 28, 2014 luncheon at Green Pastures featuring Julian Read, the first to deliver an eyewitness account of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination to the media. Read is known as a nationally prominent corporate communications and public affairs counselor who has been part of the state’s business and political scene for more than half a century. More details and registration information coming soon! 

Our events are the fourth Thursday of each month, so mark your calendars now to be sure you don't miss a thing!

5 Digital Tactics to Help Land Your First Post-Grad Job
Mashable

10 Tips To Really Succeed After Graduating
FastCompany

PR isn't the field of dreams
PR Week

5 predictions for the future of social media
iMediaConnection

Which Social Networks Deliver the Most Engaged Users?
MarketingProfs

Meet PRSA Austin Chapter Member:


Chris Schmidt
Public Affairs Representative for the University Interscholastic League (UIL)

Want to know a little more about your fellow Austin-area communicators? Each month PRSA Austin Chapter will introduce you to one of our more than 180 members. You can also browse through past member spotlights.

Welcome to PRSA Austin Chapter

The Austin Chapter of PRSA is a dynamic group of public relations professionals dedicated to the advancement of the profession of communications. Our members benefit from a wealth of educational information, professional services and networking opportunities locally, regionally and nationally. Whether employed in technology, government, corporate, agency, not-for-profit or other industries, PRSA Austin Chapter provides access to helpful resources for seasoned executives, mid-career managers and those who are new to the profession.

 
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