If you are a public relations practitioner in the state of Florida, FPRA is the professional association you can count on to keep you informed and connected. It’s a vital network of dedicated professionals who actively support each other and advance the profession through information, resources, recognition, professional development and leadership opportunities. Join FPRA today.

Stay Relevant

FPRA keeps you up-to-date on the latest developments in the world of PR so that you can be prepared for today’s and tomorrow’s communications challenges. Take advantage of outstanding professional development opportunities at the chapter and state level.

Be a Leader

FPRA provides numerous leadership opportunities for public relations professionals both locally and statewide, including advanced leadership training through the LeadershipFPRA program.

Stand Out from the Crowd

Achieve recognition for your outstanding work in FPRA’s Image and Golden Image awards, the hallmark for PR excellence. Show your knowledge and commitment to your profession by earning and maintaining APR and CPRC credentials.

Expand Your Network

With 15 chapters and approximately 1,200 members, FPRA offers unmatched networking opportunities to make connections with your colleagues and to give and receive professional  support, references, problem solving and recommendations.

Get Access

FPRA members regularly get access to some of the best minds in PR through events such as webinarsAnnual Conference and the Counselors’ Network Winter Symposium. Members also have exclusive access to online resources such as FPRA’s job bank, Member Directory, and archived white papers, tools, and webinars.

Be Inspired

When you join FPRA, you become part of an organization that has brought about positive, significant changes in the field of PR since 1938. FPRA’s mission is to advance the profession of public relations in the state of Florida. As such, all FPRA members are required to abide by FPRA’s Code of Ethics.

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Join FPRA now using our online application or download the New Member Application and return it to the State Office.

Already a member and need to renew? You can renew online or download a Renewal Form and return it to the State Office.