FPRA members come from many backgrounds – private and public corporations, government entities, non-profit organizations and counseling firms – but they share the common goal of enhancing the public relations profession in Florida through ethical and standardized practices.
With 16 professional chapters and 14 student chapters conveniently located throughout the state, as well as a host of opportunities and benefits at their disposal, FPRA members are well-equipped to achieve this common goal.
There are plenty of reasons to become an FPRA member:
From monthly webinars to local professional development events to annual conference, FPRA keeps you up-to-date on the latest developments in the world of PR.
FPRA is run by its members, which means that there are plenty of opportunities to fill leadership roles at chapter and state levels. FPRA also offers LeadershipFPRA, a year-long program that provides specialized training for those interested in further developing their leadership skills.
The credentials offered by FPRA can show your expertise and make all the difference when it comes to landing your next job. At affordable prices, they’re well-worth the investment.
Nationally-renowned speakers and unparalleled networking opportunities make this a can’t-miss event. The 2023 conference will be held August 6-9 at the Waldorf Astoria in Orlando, FL.
The Golden Image and Image Awards programs recognize innovative and outstanding public relations programs, campaigns and projects.
With more than 1,200 members, FPRA offers unmatched networking opportunities to connect with your colleagues in the profession.
The Members’ Section of the FPRA website offers a regularly updated Job Bank, Member Directory, access to past webinars and more!
CN offers senior-level practitioners a forum to discuss the unique challenges they face. CN Members have the opportunity to attend an annual Winter Symposium and an exclusive CN track at Annual Conference.