MSC at NU
Wednesday, October 22, 2003
  A how-to guide to refernces: http://www.liu.edu/cwis/cwp/library/workshop/citapa.htm 
Tuesday, October 21, 2003
  For those of us working in pr/communications fields, I found this listed on the www.prsa.org (Public Relations Society of America)

"In an effort to channel the specific skills of public relations professionals in times of crisis, PRSA and the American Red Cross joined forces to create "The Power of Two" a partnership designed to recruit, train and utilize public relations professionals to help manage disasters on local and national levels.

By becoming a registered member of this national database of communications professionals ready to serve, PRSA and PRSSA members can translate their compassion and skills into immediate action for the American Red Cross disaster relief efforts.



Benefits of Participation

Involvement in "The Power of Two" provides PRSA members with several important benefits:

On-the-job crisis communications training and experience
Chance to use communications talents in times of need
The reward of working to help disaster victims in their time of need
Satisfaction knowing that you have participated in the development and execution of communications that help save lives
Maintenance credits for your APR credential"
 
URLs to notes pages: http://irein.blogspot.com http://ksimmons.blogspot.com http://numsc.blogspot.com

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