- Understanding the Importance of Mentorship(s) and Navigating Virtual Mentorship(s) — March 4 (5 p.m. ET)
- Code Switching: Building Resilience Amid Workplace Challenges — Feb. 18 (5 p.m. ET)
- Love Yourself, Love your Career: The Balance Between Social Media and Mental Health — held Feb. 8, 2021
- Managing Your Firm During Covid-19 — held Jan. 12, 2021
- Beginning Your Career During Uncertain Times — held Sept. 29, 2020
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- How to Grow Your Brand and Network Exponentially with LinkedIn — held Aug. 25, 2020
PRSA Storytellers: Inspiration, Information, Issues
These PRSA Storytellers webinars are the first in a new series that will focus on relevant and timely topics, emerging issues and concerns in communication, developments in the profession, our community, and more.
- Leading With Ethics — A View From the Top — held Feb. 4, 2021
- Designing Your 2021 Accountability Wellness Story — held Jan. 14, 2021
- Taking a Position for Ethical Practice of Public Relations — held Nov. 9, 2020
- Communicating From the Pandemic’s Front Lines: A Matter of Life and Death — held Aug. 19, 2020
- From a Distillery to Making Hand Sanitizer During COVID-19 — held July 14, 2020
- Leadership Today: Issues of Ethics — held June 23 , 2020
- Connecting During COVID-19: How Entertainment & Sports Organizations and the Media Are Staying Engaged — held May 28, 2020
- Engaging With Comms Students: COVID-19 Conversations — held May 12, 2020
- Trusted Advisers: PR Agencies in a Global Pandemic — held May 12, 2020
PRSA offers webinars on diverse topics throughout the year. Find the public relations and communications training courses you’re interested in on the PRSA Calendar of Events. As a PRSSA member, you have complimentary access to the webinars below, other webinars may be purchased.
- Videos That Stop the Scroll! — March 25 (3–4 p.m. EDT)
- The Power of Storytelling in Leader Communication — held Dec. 10, 2020
- Getting It Right: Diversity and Inclusion in LGBTQ and Latinx Communications — held Nov. 12, 2020
- Power in the Palm of Your Hand: Creating Pro Videos With Your Smartphone — held July 23, 2020
- Selling the Sizzle: How Brands (Including You) Can Become Notable and Quotable — held May 12, 2020
- Now everything’s different… and how that could make you a stronger, more impactful PR professional — held May 7, 2020
- Managing Communications in a Time of Crisis: Learnings From the Impact of Covid-19 — held April 30, 2020
- How to Write During Covid-19 — held April 7, 2020
- Digital Communications During COVID-19 — held March 27, 2020
- Internal Communications During COVID-19 — held March 26, 2020
- External Communications During COVID-19 — held March 25, 2020
- Communicating in a Time of COVID-19 — held March 19, 2020
- The Art of Managing Workplace Conflict — held March 17, 2020
Life After College Webinar Series
These webinars for seniors,led by Ray Kotcher, Fellow PRSA, professor, Boston University College of Communications, will educate public relations pre-professionals on the subjects that matter most to them.
- Ray Kotcher, Fellow PRSA and Andy Polansky – held March 28, 2019 (Facebook Live)
- Brandi Boatner and Andrew McCaskill, APR — held Nov. 29, 2019 (Facebook Live)
- Bill Heyman — held Feb. 6, 2018 (Facebook Live)
- Elise Mitchell, APR, Fellow PRSA — held Sept. 28, 2017 (Facebook Live)
- Ron Culp, Fellow PRSA — held April 5, 2017 (On-Demand)
- Jeffrey Selingo — held Sept. 21, 2016 (On-Demand)
Webinars at Chapter Meetings
Webinars can be a useful source of programming for your Chapter’s meetings, particularly if your Chapter does not have a PRSA Chapter close by. Purchase one registration and use a speaker phone and projector to allow your entire Chapter to participate.
Listen Now or Later
Enjoy the flexibility of listening to a webinar whenever is convenient for you by accessing the play-back option. Your registration confirmation, sent via email, includes access to the free play-back.
See the PRSA Calendar of Events to find upcoming webinars and click on the individual events to register online.