WELCOME TO THE HUGH M. CULBERTSON SCRIPPS PRSSA CHAPTER AT OHIO UNIVERSITY
Watch the video below to learn more about our chapter!
On Mondays at 6 p.m., Scripps PRSSA at Ohio University hosts a weekly professional speaker to allow in-person networking opportunities for all members. Our Chapter prides itself on providing real-world experience matched with up-to-date educational tools in order to best prepare our members to be the best communicators after graduation.
According to the National Public Relations Student Society of America website, PRSSA is the foremost organization for students interested in public relations and communications. PRSSA seeks to “advance the public relations profession by nurturing generations of future professionals.” This is the pre-professional student version of the Public Relations Society of America.
The mission of the Hugh M. Culbertson Chapter of PRSSA is to offer members beneficial relationships with public relations practitioners and peers that facilitate the learning, acquiring and development of professional skills. Scripps PRSSA is available to any student on campus; click here to view our list of member benefits.
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