The PRSA Foundation Announces Two National Research and Five Diversity and Inclusion Program Grant Recipients New York

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The PRSA Foundation Announces Two National Research and Five Diversity and Inclusion Program Grant Recipients New York

New York (Oct. 30, 2013) The PRSA Foundation Board today announced that seven organizations have been chosen to receive funding as a result

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of a recent call for proposals to conduct comprehensive national research studies and implement projects that would improve the recruitment, retention and advancement of under-represented groups (particularly African Americans and U.S. Hispanics/Latinos) in the public relations profession. The recipients are as
follows:

National Research:

City College of New York – A Comprehensive Examination of Factors Affecting the Success of Under-represented Groups in the Public Relations Profession

The University of San Francisco – Improving the Shades of Diversity in Public Relations: Engaging Under-Represented Practitioners in the Workplace by Exploring their Concerns Involving Career Satisfaction, Workplace Inclusion, and Work-Life Balance

Diversity and Inclusion Programs:

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication – Inez Kaiser Minority Educators Leadership Program
DePaul University – The DePaul University College of Communication in conjunction with the Midtown Center for Boys in Chicago

Georgia State University – An Outreach Campaign for High School Guidance Counselors

San Diego State University – Hispanic Recruitment via Bilingual Language Competence

United Negro College Fund – The UNCF Public Relations Internship Mentoring and Education

(PRIME) Program

About the PRSA Foundation

The PRSA Foundation, an independent, 501 (c)(3) charity, supports outreach to diverse students to attract them to PR and make them better prepared to contribute to the profession, and to society, when they enter the workforce through partnerships with leading universities and professional organizations. For more information regarding the PRSA Foundation, its activities and its full board of trustees, visit www.prsafoundation.org.

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