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It’s a great time to become a member!

Save 45% with PRSA National’s Triple Play promotion through November 30.

If you are a PR, communications and/or marketing professional, we invite you to join the New Jersey Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA NJ).

It’s our mission to help you develop professionally, network, get peer-to-peer support, and advance your career. Let’s get started.

Already a Member of PRSA?

If you are currently a member of PRSA national, you can join our chapter in 3 easy steps:

  1. Visit, click on MyPRSA at the top and login. (If you haven’t created an online account, do this first.)
  2. Next, paste this URL in your browser:
  3. Scroll Down to the Chapter Membership section and select New Jersey as your chapter.

The cost of a PRSA NJ membership is $85. Students, retirees and new practitioners pay only $35.*

Not a PRSA Member?

Triple Play – Join Now and Save $210 through November 30.

If you have worked three or more years as a PR professional, you can take advantage of PRSA’s Triple Play promotion to join PRSA, our NJ Chapter, and a professional-interest section for only $260.

By signing up before November 30, 2018, you will save $210. (Under the Triple Play, PRSA is waiving the $65 initiation fee, first-year NJ chapter dues of $85, and a professional-interest section membership worth $60.)

Simply complete the PRSA Membership Application online, and select New Jersey as your chapter affiliation.

Be sure to enter the Triple Play promotion code “Fall2018” at checkout!

Questions? Contact PRSA NJ Membership Committee Chair Christopher Biddle at You can also contact a PRSA Member Services Representative at 212-460-1400.

*You pay only $35 in NJ chapter dues if you are an associate-level member (less than three years’ experience), a former PRSSA member who graduated within the past two years, a full-time graduate student working toward a public relations degree, or a retired or semi-retired (half time) practitioner.


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