Stronger by Association: Engle Earns Meeting Planner Certification

AMR Management Services

Engle Earns Meeting Planner Certification. The foremost certification of the meetings, conventions and exhibitions industry, the CMP program recognizes individuals who have achieved the industrys highest standard of professionalism. The credential, awarded by the Convention Industry Council (CIC), is the most widely known and well-respected designation for meeting planners. Engle Earns Meeting Planner Certification. Industry Expe. Pages.

#ASAE19 Game Changers: Leading With Purpose

Associations Now

When I opened Jeni’s in 2002, I realized that I had to look back and remember what my most popular flavors were, the ones that were most requested by customers, and I had to have those all the time and never run out of them,” says Bauer, a Game Changer at the ASAE Annual Meeting & Exposition in Columbus next month. “I Our regrettable turnover rate is around 40 percent on an annual basis, relative to an industry that’s usually 150-plus percent.”.

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CPA Group’s Recognition Program Introduces Students to Accounting

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Building off an existing relationship, the American Institute of CPAs and NAF, an educational organization, developed a program that introduces high school students to the accounting profession to diversify the next generation of industry professionals. NAF runs STEM academies within high schools in five topic areas that allow students to earn a specialized certification, better preparing them for college and future careers.

Advocating from Afar: Virtual and Remote Grassroots Advocacy

Beekeeper Group

The Dirksen, Hart, and Russell Senate Office Buildings and Ford and Longworth House Office Buildings weren’t cleared for entry until the end of January 2002, three months later! In keeping with the tactics shared above, telephone town halls aren’t new to the advocacy industry. If you have more time, consider developing a virtual advocate training certification program (outlined below under ‘Advocacy Academies’).

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How “Unmembership” Gets Back to the Roots of Associating

Associations Now

“Around the time we incorporated in 2002, we said let’s just get rid of the membership and unbundle the fees, and if we do something and people want to be a part of it, they can pay for that,” Segar says. EdACCESS does no advocacy work, no certification, no standards-setting, and no publications. For larger associations already in operation or those whose industries foster adequate growth, I think membership will survive.