Awards

You Do Award-Winning Work.

As each of us navigate the day-to-day research, strategies, plans, and tactics of our public relations and communications projects, we’re putting in our all for fantastic results. We’re guiding executive planning, interacting with the media, finessing messaging to our audiences – and we’re doing it with poise and effectiveness.

Each year, the Central PA Chapter of PRSA invites public relations and communications professionals to submit their best projects to our annual Keystone Awards. Anyone can enter – no membership required. And project categories are extensive, including internal communications, written communication projects, media relations, digital communications campaigns, branding, videos, newsletters and annual reports.

The deadline is the first Friday in October. Project submissions include a two-page summary of the entry, and up to five supporting documents.

Our entries are judged by a sister chapter through PRSA national. The judges’ rubric reviews the research, planning, execution, results, and supporting materials for each entry. Scores of 70 – 85 receive a Silver Keystone, and scores of 86 to 100 are awarded a Keystone Award.

An awards luncheon is held in mid-November each year, including a speaker and professional photos.

Awards

You Do Award-Winning Work.

As each of us navigate the day-to-day research, strategies, plans, and tactics of our public relations and communications projects, we’re putting in our all for fantastic results. We’re guiding executive planning, interacting with the media, finessing messaging to our audiences – and we’re doing it with poise and effectiveness.

Each year, the Central PA Chapter of PRSA invites public relations and communications professionals to submit their best projects to our annual Keystone Awards. Anyone can enter – no membership required. And project categories are extensive, including internal communications, written communication projects, media relations, digital communications campaigns, branding, videos, newsletters and annual reports.

The deadline is the first Friday in October. Project submissions include a two-page summary of the entry, and up to five supporting documents.

Our entries are judged by a sister chapter through PRSA national. The judges’ rubric reviews the research, planning, execution, results, and supporting materials for each entry. Scores of 70 – 85 receive a Silver Keystone, and scores of 86 to 100 are awarded a Keystone Award.

An awards luncheon is held in mid-November each year, including a speaker and professional photos.