The world’s largest professional PR Association is inviting applications from PR and communications academics around the world interested in joining its new International Student Advisory Group.
The International Student Advisory Group will inform the global strategy and development of the PRCA’s International Partner University Programme.
The programme has been a staple of the PRCA’s mission to bridge the professional and academic gap for more than a decade in the UK. The new group seeks to reimagine the programme on a global level and make it the premiere offering for students and faculty.
The PRCA’s International Partner University Programme provides both students and faculty staff access to free online training courses, research publications, networking with global senior industry leaders, and the opportunity to be part of an elite PR undergraduate and post-graduate programme.
Director of Annenberg Center for Public Relations Fred Cook said:
“The PRCA has been an outstanding partner of the USC Center for Public Relations for many years, providing our students access to an unmatched global network of industry leaders. Because our industry needs to attract the best and brightest, I urge educators to join the PRCA’s International Student Advisory Group to help their students navigate their professional journey.”
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest.
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