Related Organizations and Resources
Associated Collegiate Press (ACP): ACP is the collegiate division of the National Scholastic Press Association, based and incorporated in Minnesota as a non-profit educational association providing journalism education services to students, teachers, media advisers and others throughout the United States and in other countries.
Assemblies of God World Missions Communications (AGWMC): AGWMC is the communications department of Assemblies of God World Missions.
American Advertising Federation (AAF): AAF, headquartered in Washington, D.C., is the oldest national advertising trade association, representing 40,000 professionals in the advertising industry. The AAF has a national network of 200 ad clubs located in ad communities across the country. Through its 225 college chapters, the AAF provides 7,500 advertising students with real-world case studies and recruitment connections to corporate America.
Central States Communication Association (CSCA): The mission of CSCA is to unite and educate people with both an affinity to the central region of the United States and a scholarly interest in all areas of communication for promotion of their mutual goals and advancement of their field.
International Association of Business Communicators (IABC): IABC is a global network of communication professionals committed to improving organizational effectiveness through strategic communication. It provides a professional network of over 15,500 business communication professionals in over 80 countries.
International Media Ministries (IMM): IMM, based in Madrid, Spain, is a producer and facilitator for media ministry resources, meeting the needs of missionaries and national Churches worldwide. Through programming, media development, engineering, and media training, IMM is enabling people to influence their own countries for Christ.
MN Broadcasters Association (MBA): MBA is a common voice that promotes and protects Minnesota broadcasting by representing radio and television broadcasters from across the state. MBA also is active in promoting broadcasting to the general public, producing public service announcements for member stations, offering scholarships for broadcast education, and providing speakers to schools and civic groups.
National Communication Association (NCA): NCA is the largest national organization dedicated to communication. Researchers, educators, and professionals, work to understand and better all forms of human communication. Through publications, resources, conferences, conventions, and services, NCA contributes to the greater good of education and society.
National Religious Broadcasters (NRB): The NRB is a non-partisan, international association of Christian communicators whose member organizations represent millions of listeners, viewers and readers. The NRB mission is to keep the doors of electronic media open for the spread of the Gospel. http://nrb.org/
NewsU: A project of The Poynter Institute for Media Studies funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, NewsU is committed to providing interactive, inexpensive courses that appeal to journalists at all levels of experience and in all types of media. NewsU offers an innovative approach to helping journalists enhance their skills.
Public Relations Society of America (PRSA): Chartered in 1947, the PRSA is the world’s largest and foremost organization of public relations professionals. PRSA provides professional development, sets standards of excellence and upholds principles of ethics for its members and, more broadly, the multi-billion dollar global public relations profession.
Religious Communication Association (RCA): The Religious Communication Association is an academic society founded in 1973 by people interested in the study of all aspects of public religious communication.
SIFE: SIFE brings together a diverse network of university students, academic professionals and industry leaders around the shared mission of creating a better, more sustainable world through the positive power of business.