Are you ready to earn your APR?
Start the process May 11.
The Puget Sound Chapter is here to help candidates move through the APR process swiftly and successfully.
Saturday, May 11, 2013
9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Bellevue School District Education Service District
12111 NE 1st Street, Bellevue
(at time of registration; APR Workshop only):
$50 - PRSA members (active National & Puget Sound chapter)
$150 - Members of another participating Universal Accreditation Board organization (ARC, ARPPR, FPRA, MPRC, NSPRA, RCC, SPRF, TPRA)
Register online or call 206-623-8632
Registration deadline is May 8.
Requirements in advance of attending the APR Workshop:
- Member in good standing of PRSA or UAB participating organization
- APR application accepted and approved by PRSA or UAB. Exam fees: $385 - $435 (application deadline: April 30)
- Cutlip and Center's Effective Public Relations textbook: as low as $50 (9th or 10th edition, used on Amazon)
What is APR?
Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) is a certification program for public relations professionals.
Why earn my APR?
- APR designation demonstrates your knowledge, experience and ethical judgment in PR
- APR designation confers credibility and signifies commitment to the profession
- APR professionals typically earn about 15% more in salary than their non-accredited colleagues on average.
- APR Preferred job listings are increasing nationwide
- Accreditation is a satisfying personal achievement
For more information, contact Elle Warmuth, PRSA Puget Sound APR Chair, - firstname.lastname@example.org, (253) 591-2005.