Leave Indianapolis Inspired

somlmxaeBy Kaley Consford

If you’re looking for a reason to attend to the 2016 PRSSA National Conference, there are several reasons on why you should. The national conference offers numerous workshops and hosts keynote speakers that will leave you wanting more.

Attending this year’s conference will most definitely inspire you to improve your skill-set and enhance your personal brand. There will be opportunities for you to work on your resume and improve your writing skills on digital & print platforms.

If you are a part of your PRSSA chapter’s executive board, or better yet, the president of your chapter, then attending the conference is a must. Being in attendance will provide you with the opportunity to come back with useful information and tips for chapter growth and improvement.

There will be many leadership workshops and sessions available to help future and current officers to learn to work better as a unit, and as a result strengthen and improve your university’s chapter.

As every student will be looking for a job in the public relations field in the near future, attending this conference can help you feel better prepared for life after college. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn how to put together a well-prepared pitch, how to prioritize your client’s needs and how to thrive while interning.

Overall, attending this year’s national conference can significantly make an impact in your life as a public relations student and soon-to-be PR professional. If you are new to public relations and want more experience in the field, if you are an officer who wants to enhance their chapter or if you are a senior wanting to make as many networking opportunities as possible before graduation – then attending the 2016 National Conference is the right move for you.

For more information on how to register for the 2016 PRSSA National Conference please visit their website.

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