Events


Help #SaveOurScholarship! WPC ‘Take Five’ virtual mixer set for Oct. 5

Mark your calendars to “Take Five” with WPC’s annual virtual mixer 5:30-6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 5. Proceeds will help save our annual scholarship! As part of the mixer, which will take place via Zoom, you can look forward to hearing about five wines for the fall with Guy Buyer, host […]


Words from the WPC president: Keep moving up professional ladder

Everybody likes the thought of making more money and getting ahead in one’s career. It’s simply individual progress and professional growth. The annual conference offered by the Kansas Professional Communicators is an affordable and practical place to grow. There are five key reasons that it continues to be worth my […]


KPC conference is March 21

The annual Kansas Professional Communicators conference, open to both KPC members and nonmembers, is happening Saturday, March 21, at the Wichita Art Museum. Special pre-conference tours of creative and news agencies, followed by a mixer at Cocoa Dolce, 235 N. St. Francis, are scheduled for Friday, March 20. The theme […]

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WPC-ICT:  September business meeting

WPC-ICT will resume business in September with, what else, its own business meeting. Please come weigh in on the direction of WPC-ICT in the coming year to help this group stay vibrant and able to provide support and resources to its members. We’ll also discuss our meeting time and place. […]


WPC June luncheon: Chris Green explores why investigative journalism matters

As newsrooms across the country are forced to cut staff, strong investigative journalism can often be the first to take a hit. Join us in June for a discussion about the importance of investigative journalism with Chris Green, managing editor of the Kansas Leadership Center’s quarterly magazine, The Journal. One […]


WPC-ICT June discussion: Niche writing

Plan to join WPC-ICT on the last Monday of June when MeLinda Schnyder turns our open discussions to niche writing and marketing for something you love to do, have specific knowledge in or find is an area that has an unmet need for content. Schnyder, a longtime journalist, first found […]


WPC May luncheon: Bonita Gooch pushes Community Voice statewide

Wichita native Bonita Gooch has grown The Community Voice from a small local monthly publication to one of the largest and most widely circulated nondaily papers in the state of Kansas. Join us on May 1 at our monthly luncheon to hear from Gooch on the importance of niche publications […]


State conference to be in March in Emporia

A final date has not been set, but the Kansas Professional Communicators annual conference is set to happen on a Saturday in March in Emporia. The KPC board is in the process of scheduling the conference based on venue space availability. If you have any ideas for programming, please contact […]