Enhance Your Education

Learn from industry professionals who guest lecture at our biweekly meetings. Develop professional skills by attending workshops. Get involved in a committee and gain hands-on experience in PR.

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Broaden Your Network

Develop valuable relationships through PRSSA mixers and events. Join us on agency tours along the West Coast, including Portland, Seattle and San Francisco.

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Launch Your Career

As a dues-paying member, you will have access to internship listings and resources that will help you get your foot in the door, as well as the skills and experience to succeed there.

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Who We Are

The Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) is the preeminent pre-professional organization for students pursuing careers in public relations and related fields. PRSSA is an essential part of the public relations student’s college experience. When combined with effective classroom learning and professional internships, members are among the best and brightest in the nation and well-equipped to join the work force as prepared practitioners.


 

Our Latest Posts



More Than Just Rainbow Mickey Mouse Ears
Date: 21 May 2018
The Walt Disney Company (WDC) recently released a new set of rainbow Mickey Mouse ears in anticipation of Gay Pride Month in June. While Disney has received plenty of positive feedback for the new merchandise, the company......

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A Taste of Public Affairs
Date: 04 May 2018
By Kate Templeton When opportunity knocks, I usually go for it. During the recent campus election, I served as the communications director for United UO, a student government political party platform. While I had no prior......

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How Starbucks Prevents Further Damage From Brewing
Date: 27 Apr 2018
By Sierra Goodman Starbucks is known for taking a stand on political issues such as gay rights, gun control, immigration, race and environmental concerns. When the coffee company was confronted with a racial profiling crisis......

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