With July winding down, PRSA events are starting back up! It’s been too long since we’ve gotten together, but there are opportunities to fix that over the next few weeks. And there’s a chance for you to take the next step in your PR career coming soon, as well.
Read below to find out more about how you can be connected with the Pikes Peak PRSA.
Happy Hour Next Tuesday
Next Tuesday, July 30, join your PRSA colleagues for a drink at the Cork & Cask. It all gets started at 4:30 p.m., and there’s no RSVP necessary – just show up to meet with a great group of PR professionals in your city. Cork & Cask is located at 60 E. Moreno Street.
August Luncheon: “Courage to Speak Truth to Power”
We’ve got some fantastic speakers on tap for our August 14 luncheon at The Warehouse!
Colorado Springs Utilities CEO Aram Benyamin, P.E., will present along with Customer and Workforce Communications Manager Mark Murphy, APR.
Listen to Aram and Mark discuss how they work together on the leadership team, what Mark's role is and how he counsels Aram and the Colorado Springs Utilities (CSU) leadership team during tough decisions and challenges that CSU faces.
This luncheon will feature an open and honest dialogue from a team that leads in ethical decision-making, and Aram and Mark will be happy to take any questions about how attendees can do the same in their own organizations.
RSVP today at http://www.prsacoloradosprings.org/monthly-luncheons.html!
APR Class Around the Corner
Are you ready to take the next step in your public relations career? If so, becoming Accredited in Public Relations (APR) may be right for you! Our next APR cohort workshop will begin in September (exact dates to be determined based on availability of attendees).
What you need to know?
So are you ready? If so, email Catherine Creppon, APR Chair, by August 15 at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for being a part of the Pikes Peak PRSA community - I look forward to seeing you in person at our upcoming events!
Andrew Montgomery, APR
Pikes Peak PRSA Chapter