Check out our events page to see a snapshot of the professional development and networking opportunities we have planned for the new year.
Mark your calendars!
Dive into social media and content creation with us on Feb. 22 from 12-1 p.m. via a phone/webinar facilitated discussion.
We’ll be talking about the takeaways from our last Lunch & Learn with Camille from Pop Media and other questions related to managing social media and crafting engaging content.
The conversation will be facilitated by Emily Epp, Manager of Communications at the Cariboo Regional District, via our usual webinar format and a conference call line.
Please RSVP by Feb. 19 and we will email you the call-in details. If you have a great idea for a question or example to discuss related to the topic, email those as well. You can RSVP and submit possible discussion items here:
This event is for CPRS Northern Lights Members and is free of charge.
CPRS National is hosting a member recruitment contest!
The member who recruits the most members between now and March 31st will win a free CPRS National Conference registration to CPRS Edmonton’s Evolving Expectations. In the event of a tie, CPRS National will place all the names in a draw and a random winner will be drawn.
This incentive is in addition to the perks in the CPRS Referral Program, where you can receive $100 credit to apply towards your accreditation application,
awards fees, national conference registration, or member renewal fees.
Have your recruits register at cprs.ca/membership and make sure they put your name in the “Referring Member” section on the application.
TOPIC: Making your message POP online – communicating well on social media
DATE: Jan. 11 @ 12 p.m.
LOCATION: Regional District of Fraser Fort George Boardroom (155 George St., Prince George). Live streaming will also be available.
Ring in the New Year with fresh social media communication tips!
Join us for the first pro-D event of 2019 with storyteller and Pop Media owner, Camille MacDonald. Camille has worked with a variety of clients from publicly funded organizations to private sector businesses. With a wealth of traditional media and digital media experience her belt, Camille will share how you can communicate better and stand out (in a good way!) in the social sphere.
A storyteller at heart, Camille MacDonald started her career as a television reporter and anchor. She decided to shift gears from traditional to digital media, launching Pop Media in 2016. Camille loves helping local businesses and organizations share their stories and attract new customers through the power of social media. A finalist in the Prince George Chamber of Commerce’s 2018 Top 40 Under 40, Camille is dedicated to helping share the many reasons northern BC is an exceptional place to live, work, and play.
Other Event Details
Cost to attend Brown Bag Lunch and Learn:
$10 for CPRS members
$15 for non-members
RSVP for this upcoming Brown Bag Lunch and Learn by Tuesday, January 8. Confirm your attendance by emailing email@example.com or indicating you are ‘interested’ on the Facebook event. If you are confirming the attendance of others, please indicate all participant names.
Please bring your payment and lunch to the event. Cash or cheque is accepted.
If you cannot attend in-person, CPRS members can email firstname.lastname@example.org by Jan. 7 to request the free livestream option.