Seneca College

Seneca College

March 30, 2007 12:38 ET

Seneca Corporate Communications Students Host Event

Learn what you don't know (but wish you did) about the IABC and CPRS

Attention: Assignment Editor, City Editor, Education Editor, News Editor TORONTO, ONTARIO--(CCNMatthews - March 30, 2007) - Seneca Corporate Communications Students host event - Learn what you don't know (but wish you did) about the IABC and CPRS.

TORONTO, Ontario - April 12 2007 - Corporate Communication program students from Seneca College are hosting an informational seminar open to all Public Relations and Communications students in the GTA. The goal of the event is to inform students of the benefits of membership to both the Canadian Public Relations Society and the International Association of Business Communicators; in other words, to learn what the CPRS and the IABC can do for them. The event will be held at the North York Central Library in the auditorium starting at 1:15 pm until approximately 3:30 pm. Cost is only two dollars and there will be door prizes and refreshments.

"This is a definite can't-miss if you're a student in the communications field. It's extremely important that we fully understand the associations that represent us," says Kristen Luszka, one of the five Seneca students organizing the event. "The relationship between professional associations such as the IABC and CPRS and their members is mutually beneficial. It is the integrity of our practice."
Speakers include Anna Ralyea, VP-Membership of IABC (Toronto) Board, Chantelle Bernard, Student Representative of CPRS (Toronto) Board, and a representative from News Canada. They will discuss and answer any questions students may have about CPRS and IABC membership. Membership packages will be available for students whom wish to join an association at the end of the seminar.

To reserve your spot, or have any questions or comments, contact uLinkPR@gmail.com.

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Contact Information

  • Kristen Luszka, Seneca College
    Primary Phone: 647-688-6919