As we enter 2020, many of us are thinking about our careers and plans for the year (and decade) ahead. At CPRS, we’re proud advocates of the highest professional standards in public relations and communications management since 1948 so we have six decades of experience to help you in your next steps.
Whatever your career goals for 2020 (and beyond) may be, CPRS Vancouver can be valuable in helping you achieve them. We offer several benefits to our members that can be used in different stages of your professional life.
The Vancouver Chapter has tons of great members for you to meet and we take pride in helping professionals of all levels connect and learn from each other. As a member you can:
As a student, probably some of your biggest expectations is to learn all things PR related and land a good job in the field after graduating. With your commitment and CPRS support, the chances of achieving this goal can increase significantly. As a member you can:
Now that you know that by joining CPRS it can strengthen your career’s trajectory, if you are not part of CPRS Vancouver Chapter yet, start off this new year on the right foot by signing up to be a member here.
Paula Schütt is a Communications Coordinator at Munro Thompson. She has a bachelor's degree in Public Relations from UNIVALI and a Marketing certificate from Arbutus College. With over 3 years of experience working both in agency and in-house, she has been involved in communications projects for non-profits, First Nations communities and organizations in the fitness, logistics, accounting and cosmetics industries. LinkedIn: @paulaschutt Twitter: Paula_Schutt.
Nicole Alivojvodic is a marketing and communications professional with experience working in both agency and in-house roles. Born and raised in Vancouver, Nicole has a bachelor’s degree in English literature from the University of British Columbia, loves to write, and is especially interested in language, culture and travel.