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    • Presented by: Amanda Borne, Anna Guillot, Cara St. Amant, Brooks Levy, Stephani Chaisson, & Zac Maurer
    • Proposal
      • Interview PR professionals in the workplace to gain hands on experience and to broaden our professional networks.
      • Use online media to attract and share news with the public, potential members, current members, and members of other chapters.
      • Develop relationships with future co-workers and current professionals through regional events and workshops.
      • Forming your own chapter enhances your education, expands your professional network, and launches your career in Public Relations.
    • Professional Experience in the workplace.
      • Visit PR firms for first hand experience in the field
          • Shadow
          • Interview
          • Sit in on meetings
          • Set up internship
      • Contact the PRSSA
        • Let them know we want to create a chapter through our university
        • Ask about events and other organizations we could become involved in
    • What is a QR Code?
      • A QR code is a code used to take a piece of information from transitory media and people are able to put the code into their smart phones
          • Seen in magazines, billboards, web pages, t-shirts
    • How They Benefit Us??
      • QR codes benefit our group by:
          • Public can receive our information quickly
          • Brings out curiosity for our club
          • Easy way to get out a lot of information without the use of a computer
          • Convenient and free with the download of some type of QR reader app on your smartphone.
    • Our QR Code
      • This is our QR code. If you follow this link, it will bring you to our fan page.
    • Get Connected
      • Educate and inform members to reach a larger audience using social networks.
          • YouTube
          • Facebook
          • LinkedIn
          • Twitter
      • Communicate with other schools in our chapters through social networking.
    • Screen Shot of FB Page(Amanda)
    • Webinars & Slideshare
      • conference room based seminar
      • broadcast more innovative ideas and media messages
      • A misconception of webinars.
      • Costs and budgeting
      • PRSSA workshops training courses.
      • better share ideas, trends and strategies.
      • Allows broader expansion of networking.
      • Implementing SlideShare
      What is a Webinar? Using Webinars
    • Hosting a Workshop
      • Organize a Public Relations workshop with members of other established chapters
          • Gain valuable event planning skills
          • Increase knowledge and practice when it comes to Public Relations dealings
          • Better idea of what an established chapter does
      • Things involved in hosting an event:
        • Logistics
        • Theme
        • Professionals
        • Schedule
        • Budget
        • Promotions
    • Becoming a Chapter
      • Having a chapter on your campus provides classroom experience by providing leadership, applying professional developments, news, and intelligence
      • To start a chapter at our University:
          • REQUIREMENTS
          • ENDORSE
          • ADVISOR
    • In Conclusion…
      • In order to learn more about Public Relations we need to get our students involved with PR firms, events, internships, and workshops.
      • Creating a workshop and a school event can get students involved with their major in Public Relations and can get them associated with more hands on work experiences.
      • Being involved in PR events and chapters can promote professional leadership.