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PRCA LATAM Network Consultancy Membership demonstrates your commitment to best practice, professionalism, and ethical behavior in PR.
The Partner University membership applies to the entire university. This gives students access to full PRCA LATAM membership for the duration of their undergraduate or postgraduate course. Membership is renewed by the university on a yearly basis. To access all the membership benefits, students must register on the PRCA website, using their university email address.
For an annual fee, you can join as a PRCA LATAM Network individual member and demonstrate your commitment to best practice and professionalism in PR and communications.
PRCA LATAM Network Student Membership
Student membership costs just USD$50 per year. The Student Membership is available to students at all universities for the duration of their undergraduate or postgraduate course. Membership is renewed on a yearly basis, until completion of the degree.
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