What is the Arizona State University chapter of PRSSA?

Two executive board members, Alena Sanderson (left) and Sloane McGowan (right) learn about professional development at a PRSA Phoenix luncheon with guest speaker Scott Pansky from Allison + Partners.

Founded in 1967, the Public Relations Student Society of America is a pre-professional organization for students interested in all aspects of the public relations and communications fields. Our goal is to help students succeed in the public relations industry.

We firmly believe our skills can also be applied across all majors and campuses at ASU. From developing a brand, to sharing a particular message with a target audience or even developing website or social media campaign – these skills are vital to all industries in the real world. Our students are educated and trained to tackle these challenges.

The best way to find out what PRSSA can do for you is to ask an active member. Head over to our contact page to get in touch!

Join our organization for the opportunity to attend one or more of PRSSA’s National Events:

Members Austin Miller, Alena Sanderson and Taylor Bishop (left to right) tour Boston Harbor during 2017 National Conference. 

National Conference, #PRSSANC
National Conference is the largest annual gathering of public relations students. Each fall, you’re invited to spend five days: forging relationships with peers and professionals. The PRSSA Conference happens concurrently with the PRSA International Conference to facilitate networking between students and professionals.

National Assembly, #PRSSANA
National Assembly allows one delegate from each Chapter to vote on proposed changes to the PRSSA National Bylaws and elect the next year’s National Committee. Any members interested in leadership training may attend this event and participate in the Day-of Competition.

Leadership Rally, #PRSSALR
Leadership Rally gathers Chapter Presidents in Scottsdale, AZ, for two days of workshops and leadership training. Attendees network with other members to brainstorm solutions to challenges, generate ideas for successful programs and learn to be a knowledgeable resource.