What is PRSSA?

PRSSA - Public Relations Student Society of America. An organization created by Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) to allow students to build professional relationships between students and professional public relations practicers. 

What is Public Relations?

Public Relations help organizations, people and publics build mutually beneficial relations.

Do I have to be a Public Relations major to join?

Nope, all majors are welcome to join!

How much does PRSSA cost?

PRSSA membership is $75 total. PRSSA national dues are $55 and CU Boulder dues are $20.

What are the membership dues used for?

The majority of dues ($55) go to the national PRSA organization. These dues allow students to attend PRSA National Events. CU Boulder dues ($20) cover the expenses  of food during meetings, speed networking events, etc... 

What are the benefits of PRSSA?

Immense opportunities to network with professionals and increase chances of job and internship offers. Guidance of professional development (resume and cover letter skills, interview practice) and a community of like-minded people. 

How can I be on the PRSSA board?

To be on the board, you must be a due-paying member. For positions such as president and vice president, there is a prerequisite of being on the board for at least a year. The board looks for active and involved members leading up to elections. Reach out to the current board members with questions.