News

Update on Chapter Dues for 2021
September 01, 2020
In an effort to provide a measure of financial relief to our valued members and to prospective members, the board of PRSA Richmond voted to reduce chapter dues for calendar year 2021.
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How do you do the right thing?
August 28, 2020
“Adhering to the highest ethical standards will have better returns on your career than any educational degree or client campaign.”
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September 2020 President’s Message
August 28, 2020
Despite being virtual, Fall is certainly chock-full of programs to benefit your own professional development.
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Apply Today: Three $1,500 Scholarships Available for Students
August 25, 2020
The deadline to apply is Monday, Oct. 12.
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PRSA Richmond Announces 2021 Slate of Officers
August 21, 2020
Lindsay O'Bar, APR, of The Hodges Partnership, has been slated to serve as chapter president in 2021.
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APR Process Goes Virtual: Apply for an Online Course Scholarship
August 14, 2020
PRSA is now allowing virtual completion of the APR process.
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PRSA Richmond Members Named to PRSA National Roles
August 10, 2020
Jeff Wilson, APR, has been selected for the 2021 PRSA National Board, representing the Mid-Atlantic District; and Susan Pollard, APR, has been selected for the PRSA College of Fellows Class of 2020.
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Nonprofit Organizations Selected for 2020 Public Service Collaborative
August 04, 2020
Safe Harbor, Friends 4 Recovery Chesterfield, and CrossOver Healthcare Ministry will receive assistance from PRSA Richmond through monthly Zoom sessions.
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2020 Public Service Collaborative – NEW
June 10, 2020
Through the 2020 Public Service Collaborative, three local nonprofits will be selected to receive five virtual sessions in which PRSA members lend their expertise.
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A message to the PRSA Richmond Community
June 02, 2020
Right now, we are seeing the horrible acts of violence and death unfold across America. This will remain with us, even if, and when, the protests subside. What can we, as a chapter, do to uphold love, trust and safety among those most affected?
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June 2020 President’s Message
June 01, 2020
With greater compassion in these challenging times, we can help one another get through this uncertainty. Let’s stay engaged, at a time when we need it more than ever.
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Member Spotlight: Lindsey Duke
May 30, 2020
Members write in about balancing work, life and sanity during a pandemic.
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