Project Committees


NAPRCA Project Committees

NAPRCA gives plenty of ways for members to meet PR peers, exchange ideas, and become more involved in the organization and community. A great start for the new member is to serve on one (ore several!) of our active committees. Here’s why:

  • Helps you build relationships and friendships with some of North Alabama’s most talented communication pros
  • Expands your professional network
  • Gives you hands-on experience to strengthen skill sets and CV
  • Offers ways to make meaningful contributions that advance the profession and support the community
  • Provides a robust platform for personal leadership growth
  • Exposes you to the chapter’s inner workings, giving you a voice in decisions

Our mission is to promote the ethical practice of public relations among professional practitioners and students, provide for the professional development of members, foster understanding within the community regarding the practice of public relations, and support the community through the use of members’ skills.


For more information on any of these committees, contact us.


Ways You Can Volunteer

Every year, we select a local nonprofit and provide strategic public relations planning for free. Take a look at our past projects to get an idea of how rewarding committee gives back.

NAPRCA hosts a PR track at The Community Foundation’s Nonprofit University, an annual collaborative training event which provides professional development for nonprofit boards and staff.

We co-host another annual training event with the Catalyst Center for Business & Entrepreneurship called The BIG Marketing and PR Event. It’s a full day of professional development.

Our association has value such that most of our members decide to reinvest in us each year. It takes volunteer hands to make sure the experience stays positive.

We are fortunate to have strong student chapter with active young professionals. We’re always open to opportunities for internships, job shadowing, mentoring and activities that bring our professionals and students together.