March 14, 2011

Annual PRSSA Day At MSU Announced

The Missouri State University Chapter-Public Relation Student Society of America (PRSSA) would like to extend you an invitation to our Annual PRSSA Day, Friday, March 18, 2011. Our theme for PRSSA Day is Social Media. Social Media is currently prevalent in the Public Relations field that all students should stay abreast on with current trends.


PRSSA will be having two insightful key note speakers at the event: Tressa Robbins and Ryan Knapp, who will share their in depth experiences in their professional career field dealing with social media. The organization will also host many public relations executive professionals during our Speed Networking Segment, we will proceed with a social media panel question and answer segment with the social media club from Springfield, MO. During the seminar we will hand out awards, recognizing select students and faculty that have been a tremendous help to our chapter during the 2010-2011 school year.

Our goal for PRSSA Day 2011 is to provide the members of PRSSA, the COM Department, and the over-all student and professional community an in depth look at social media and how it is affecting careers, businesses, and our economy. The Missouri State Chapter of PRSSA also wants to enlighten everyone with what we have accomplished as a chapter and what we do as an organization

All boutiques and businesses involved with this event will be recognized in all programs, as well as, permitted free admission to all aspects of the seminar and complimentary meals.


‘2011 Missouri State PRSSA Day: Moving Forward with 140 Characters’

Who: Missouri State University PRSSA

What: Networking event coupled with ‘Fall into la Mode’ fashion show

When: March 18th, 2011 9:30am-2:00pm (Please arrive at 9am)

Where: Missouri State University Plaster Student Union, Ballroom West

901 S National Ave, Springfield, Missouri 65897

We Would Like You:

PRSSA will be honored if you spoke to our students, faculty, and community about your profession in direct correspondence with social media. You will be interacting during our Speed Networking Segment, directly with students sharing their profession, answering questions, and hopefully looking to recruit for possible internships and future careers within your company.

Contact Jasmine Booker at (816) 810.9315 or via e-mail at

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