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              Benefits

PBPRS President Monica Peters facilitating technology and innovation panel at NPBPRS (national chapter) invite-only conference in Wash. DC

PBPRS President Monica Peters facilitating technology and innovation panel at NPBPRS (national chapter) invite-only conference in Wash. DC

  • Receive access to exclusive PBPRS member-only events

  • PBPRS meeting with special guest speakers

  • Workshops & training throughout year

  • Networking

 

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All membership categories are for one full year of membership from date of joining or renewing.

*Note: national chapter membership is not transferable. Must become member of PBPRS to receive local chapter benefits.

Full member: Public Relations professionals included but not be limited to working for either private or public sectors in the following areas: media relations, public affairs, community affairs, publicity, public information, special events management and development, lobbying, and internal, employee and organizational communications. Also, professional membership is available to those engaged in the teaching or administering of public relations courses at an accredited college or university-$50

Associate member: community member, non-PR professionals -$40

Student member: undergrad or graduate student-$35

*(Urban Affairs Coalition is the proud fiscal agent for PBPRS)

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If you prefer to pay membership by mail, send email to info[at]bprsphilly.org to request an application. Make check payable to Philadelphia Black Public Relations Society.  Application must accompany check. Please mail to:

Philadelphia Black Public Relations Society (c/o Urban Affairs Coalition)

1207 Chestnut St.

Philadelphia, PA 19107