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Refocusing on Jobs and Education in 2015

YourMembership Blog

At the beginning of 2014 we started a conversation on the importance of a career center strategy for associations, especially in light of social networking giant LinkedIn’s aggressive efforts to become the leading online job board aggregator. The question was how would they do it?

Culinary Federation Cooks Up a Master Chef Pipeline

Associations Now

According to a Washington Post report, the shrinking supply of skilled cooks is causing heartburn for restaurateurs in major culinary destinations like Chicago , New York , Seattle , and San Francisco. Accreditation and certification.

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Where are the YPs?

Spark Consulting

How can I recruit young professional members if there are no young professionals entering our industry?” That track just doesn’t happen to include college. We own non-college certification and credentialing.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 9.30.16

Reid All About it

After reading Elizabeth Engel and Shelly Alcorn’s paper, The Association Role in the New Education Paradigm , I was inspired to write my own take on how associations could transform higher education. Why not dream big or dream differently—that’s how to design your own future.

Solutions for Your Membership Conundrum

Association Adviser

Delivering the right value to the right members at the right time. The same members tell us they never know about events, professional development opportunities or other benefits to which they’re entitled. 4 in 2015. The value of face-to-face interaction. Certifications.

The New Competition: For-Profit Communities With Deep Pockets (Part 2)

SocialFish

However, it’s not LinkedIn or Facebook you need to worry about. Check out Part 1 of this series for an introduction to the new, for-profit, online communities like Doximity and ResearchGate that are changing the way their members work. Collaborating to solve problems.