Association Brain Food Weekly: 1.3.20

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The weekly list of free educational events and resources for the association community… I never thought my livelihood could be legislated away but if California’s AB 5 becomes a model for legislation in my state—as it has been in New Jersey, which Gwen Moran addresses in this article for Fast Company —or it becomes the model for federal regulation, I’m in trouble—as are thousands and thousands of freelance professionals like me. A new episode is posted every Monday by 1 p.m.

Friday Buzz: Hillary’s Last Association Speech Before 2016?

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton got down to earth with thousands of camp professionals at this week’s Tri-State CAMP Conference in Atlantic City, New Jersey. “We We really need camps for adults,” she joked on Thursday with the audience at the event held by the New York and New Jersey chapter of the American Camp Association (ACA). “We However, questions linger about the price tag.

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

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Though growth in new cases slowed in late spring, by mid-June new cases began to trend upward nationally.[In In this article] explore the trend in new cases in your state to see whether cases are rising, falling or staying level. We hope you can leverage this data to design strategies that add value to both you and your customers. The Tokyo Olympics have a new opening ceremony date: July 23, 2021. Right now, take New York City. New York – 19.5

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

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We hope you can leverage this data to design strategies that add value to both you and your customers. Facebook’s decision reflects the growing concern that the coronavirus pandemic will not be controlled anytime soon and that social distancing may be the new normal. In a paper published recently in Science , researchers concluded that, barring the development of a cure or new treatments, “prolonged or intermittent social distancing may be necessary into 2022.”.