Join our Board!
Deadline for Board Nominations: Monday, May 10, 2021
Where to Send your Nomination: firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual General Meeting:Wednesday, June 9, 2021
CPRS Manitoba is looking for dedicated public relations and communications professionals to help lead our Manitoba chapter from June 2021 to May 2022.
Our chapter provides professional development, networking opportunities, accreditation program support, awards and scholarships to members and the community.
Currently, we are looking for candidates interested in the following positions: Secretary, Membership, Professional Development (events), Communications (social media), and more.
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Positions are one-year terms with the exception of the president and vice-president, who each serve two-year terms. Board members must be current members of CPRS in good standing or join CPRS within 10 days of
being elected to the board.
Are you Interested in gaining new skills and joining a great team dedicated to elevating public relations in Manitoba? We want to hear from you!
If interested, please send your resume to email@example.com to the attention of the Nominating Committee, and respond to the following questions:
- CPRS member since:
- Describe your leadership experience, or other relevant experience.
- Which board position most interests you? Please also identify a second position.
- What would you bring to the CPRS Manitoba board in either role?
The nominating committee will review all nominations and based on their evaluation, assemble a slate
of candidates for election by the members at the CPRS Manitoba Virtual Annual General
Meeting on Wednesday, June 9, 2021.
CPRS Manitoba Board of Directors
President — Not vacant; entering the second year of two-year term
Past-President – Not an elected position
Vice-President – Not vacant; entering the second year of two-year term
Sponsorship & Strategic Partnerships
Other non-elected board roles:
Student Liaisons (two positions): RRC and UW Nominations and elections are run separately and
coordinated with the academic year of each institution.