Conference Circuit: Three Days at the Museum

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The New England Museum Association’s 98th Annual Conference is set to start in Mystic, Connecticut, next week. More than 900 museum professionals will be spending three days in Mystic, Connecticut, in the coming week to sharpen their skills with practical ideas and useful how-to tips from top museum experts, meet colleagues and expand their professional network, and learn about the latest innovative products and services. Location: Mystic, Connecticut.

6 Reasons your Association should Sponsor a Sports Program

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The association that is our Connecticut counterpart is a sponsor of a Division I University's basketball games. association management tipsThere are 6 reasons they do it. that are each good reasons for you to consider sponsoring a team/program in your area/state too: 1. Popular tickets for fundraising events and/or prizes: Their sponsorship includes season tickets to the men's and women's home basketball games.

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5 Ways to Make LinkedIn Board Connect Work for Your Nonprofit

Beth Kanter

Geri Stengel who has written guest posts about LinkedIn on this blog offered to share some tips. Halpert , a LinkedIn trainer, helped a Connecticut nonprofit search for board members. We’ve all got tips about making LinkedIn work for nonprofits. Guest Post Leadership Networked Nonprofit Networks Tips

Diversify Your Retention Rate, and Other Membership Ideas

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Your intrepid membership blogger returns from two conferences at regional societies of association executives with a roundup of tips and ideas, including great questions for member research and the power of delegating metric measurement to staff. I attended the New York and Connecticut events—and, if not for the overlap, would have joined NE/SAE as well.

Mandatory Paid Sick Leave Proposals Prompt Debate

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The New York City Council recently reached an agreement on a paid sick-leave bill similar to ones found in Washington, DC, San Francisco, Seattle, and the state of Connecticut, though it has not yet voted on the measure. A recent survey by the Employment Policies Institute of 165 Connecticut-based businesses—completed after the state’s sick-leave law was enacted—found that 70 percent believed it was not good for business.

Groups Focus on Health and Safety as Students Go Back to School

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Each month features a vaccine focus, tips for avoiding the flu, and sample resources for in schools and at home. School safety remains a hot-button issue after the shootings in Newtown , Connecticut, last December and other gun-related incidents, including one at an elementary school in Georgia just last month. As students throughout the country dive back into the books, several school-related associations are hard at work promoting health and safety initiatives.

111 Intriguing Chats for 2011

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benberkowitz - Benjamin Berkowitz; New Haven, Connecticut; SeeClickFix.com. I also tweet as @VisitIndiana for work and you can find more Social Media tips at @SocMediarology. jhdesai - Jatin Desai; Hartford, Connecticut; Innovation and Strategy expert, speaker, author, mentor, and entreprenuer to large international companies. Parenting strategies, Brain Games™ and diagnosis tips. Tips, news and opinion for planning great events worldwide.

Do You Know the Chase Bank Routing Transit Number?

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Connecticut. Here are a few tips; Ensure that you confirm the routing number: As mentioned earlier, this is a code that has many numbers on it, and you are likely to make a mistake if you are not careful. Your bank’s routing number is significant because it is the key to knowing where to send and receive money. In fact, when banks ask for a “voided check,” they are usually looking for this number.

Coronavirus Updates for Association and Events Professionals – What You Need to Know

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Connecticut – 3.5 About this list. I started this listing on February 20th, when there was still a question of whether or not conferences could still be held with the impending threat of the novel coronavirus. A lot has changed since February 2020. Photo by Edward Jenner from Pexels.

Daily #COVID19 Updates for Association and Events Professionals – What You Need to Know

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Connecticut – 3.5