Public Relations Clubs & Organizations
PR for Non-Profits
A Networking Event for Public Relations and Marketing Majors
The annual spring event introduces students to possible careers in non-profit relations, marketing and development. Professionals spend an evening sharing their careers and job roles and responsibilities with interested students. Students can network to learn more about non profits, as well as seek internships and jobs.
Public Relations Club
The PR Club showcases local professionals and on- and off-campus campaign experiences. In addition, a strong relationship with the Public Relations Society of America's (PRSA) Cleveland Chapter provides access to professionals as well as educational and networking opportunities, such as PRSA Day and Pro Bono Day.
- Our organization works with the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA).
- We have experts in public relations as guest speakers on campus on a frequent basis.
- We attend the bi-annual PRSA conference.
- We help students with portfolio development.
- We provide students with community contacts/internships.
To learn more about the Public Relations Club, contact Professor Julie Miller, email@example.com, (440) 826-2453
International Association of Business Communicators (IABC)
A student chapter of IABC has been developed at BW. Benefits of participating in IABC: Partnerships with IABC Cleveland provide students with a link to experts in the community. Monthly luncheons in Cleveland connect students with professionals in the area.Student members receive educational materials and other opportunities.Internships are available through this organization.
Student Designed Public Relations Campaign
Healing Arts Mission Presents:
What is Healing Arts Missions?
Healing Art Missions is a group of people who dedicate their time, talent and resources to help the less fortunate. The organization was founded in Granville, Ohio, in 1999, by Tracee Karaffa and focuses on providing education and medical services to the people of Haiti. Healing Art Missions is a non-profit group, supported mainly by the generous contributions of community members. Saturday, April 18th 2009 approximately 300 people attended the 11th Annual Art from the Heart event where 130 pieces of art were sold for an impressive grand total of $1,111. All proceeds raised benefited Healing Arts Missions and their work in Haiti.