A report published today by the PRCA explores the mental health of the public relations profession. The #FuturePRoof report lifts the lid on mental health in the public relations profession, and attempts to characterise the issue, signpost potential solutions, and identify best practice.
Dean Gallagher PRCA NextGen NW Chairman invites public relations students in the region to a PRCA meet the practitioners event in Manchester. With limited spaces, free booze and grub and a great line-up of experts, it’s surely a no-brainer.
Please join us for the first PRCA Industry vs. Academics event where we will bring together some of the brightest minds from academia and successful industry leaders to debate the topic: ‘Is it necessary to have a PR degree?’
The PRCA invites students, graduates and anyone looking to start a career in PR to participate in its annual Careers Fair on Friday 11 November 2016 from 10am to 2pm at Nelson Bostock’s headquarters in Soho.
#FuturePRoof: Edition Two, published today, continues the discussion around key opportunities facing public relations, from convergence and skills to boardroom recognition and the pace of change. Its aim is to assert public relations as a management discipline and demonstrate its value to organisational success.