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Association Brain Food Weekly: 5.1.20

Reid All About it

Here’s a pair of posts about a virtual event format I’ve only recently come around to. I must admit, I was a skeptic about using an avatar to attend an event in a virtual world. If you’re in North Carolina, I hope you’ll support the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 5.8.20

Reid All About it

Chapters have always had the face-to-face advantage but now even they must get on the virtual bandwagon. Will college students return to campus this fall? I just now left the Non Dues-A-Palooza virtual happy hour to finish writing this post (dedication!) to 1:30 p.m. –

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Association Brain Food Weekly: 8.9.19

Reid All About it

But, I’ve got to admit, reading all the tweets and putting together this post, I’m feeling a bit wistful. I’m realizing how much I’ll miss seeing my friends. Jay Daughtry shares his list of 19 moments to celebrate at #ASAE19 in Columbus. Sun 8/11 from 5 to 6 p.m.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 10.18.19

Reid All About it

It’s so sad to meet an association professionals whose boss doesn’t provide a budget for professional development—how cruelly ironic considering associations are in the lifelong learning business. Quick hits before we get to next week’s free webinars: Is your marketing mediocre?

Help Millennials Get Jobs: Offer Online Learning & Career Resources

WBT Systems

Every association wants to recruit millennial members, but the cost of membership may exceed a millennial’s budget. According to the 2018 Membership Marketing Benchmarking Report from Marketing General Incorporated (MGI), the median basic annual membership dues is $212. For a young person who’s not working or who’s living paycheck to paycheck, shelling out a few hundred bucks may not be feasible. Recruitment strategy: help millennials get jobs.