Coaches vs. Cancer: Groups’ Fundraising Strategy Eyes New Recruits

Associations Now

Here’s why ACS recruited some of college basketball’s top coaches to their team. In one legendary example, the late Jim Valvano, who coached the North Carolina State University basketball team to an NCAA championship in 1983 and later died from cancer, said, “Don’t give up.

Study: Internet Leaving Low-Skilled Workers Behind

Associations Now

A study from North Carolina State University found that the internet created a disparity in how employers recruit that favors already skilled workers over those who want to find a better job.

Three Small-Scale Ideas for Free Membership

Associations Now

Many associations have experimented and found success with small-scale strategies that balance existing members’ needs with the recruitment potential of a free membership offer. When you rely on member dues as a significant revenue source, free membership sounds scary.

Three Small-Scale Ideas for Free Membership

Associations Now

Many associations have experimented and found success with small-scale strategies that balance existing members’ needs with the recruitment potential of a free membership offer. When you rely on member dues as a significant revenue source, free membership sounds scary.

5 Unexpectedly Thoughtful Ways to Thank Your Association’s Volunteers

Higher Logic

The North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants (NCACPA) sends their volunteers an entire book. Experienced volunteers may work with new recruits to help them learn the ropes, for example.

Add Chapters to Make an Old Association Feel New

Associations Now

Launching a chapter network has helped PEN America, a literary organization with almost 100 years of history, recruit new members and reinvent opportunities for member engagement at the local level.

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State Troopers Held a Beauty Contest for Their Cruisers

Associations Now

The added publicity also served as a national recruiting opportunity for many agencies during a time when recruitment efforts have become difficult for many law enforcement departments, Ishee added. North Carolina State Highway Patrol.

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CPA Group’s Recognition Program Introduces Students to Accounting

Associations Now

Following the successful pilot in Florida, Maryland, New York, and North Carolina during the 2015-2016 school year, the program will expand nationwide to 209 schools starting in the fall.

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. Recruitment strategy: help millennials get jobs. They’ve built content partnerships with recruiters and PR agencies. The Association Executives of North Carolina holds a silent auction during its annual conference. Recruiting millennial members.

Wise Words from the Corner Office

Association Adviser

They often come to us seeking to make a difference on behalf of the industry, although sometimes we recruit or suggest people for projects based on our subject matter needs. Andy Curliss, North Carolina Pork Council.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 5.12.17

Reid All About it

And if you live in North Carolina, free the Mimosa (and the Bloody Mary too). Recruiting new members is important, but existing members are the lifeblood of your association.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 1.6.17

Reid All About it

Yup, we’re expecting our first snow of the season tonight here in North Carolina. This webinar will look at board membership (recruitment, development, self-assessment), process (structure, meetings), capacity, and fiduciary concerns.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 1.6.17

Reid All About it

Yup, we’re expecting our first snow of the season tonight here in North Carolina. This webinar will look at board membership (recruitment, development, self-assessment), process (structure, meetings), capacity, and fiduciary concerns.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 3.9.18

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Derek Ham, a North Carolina State University professor, asked: “What was it like to be there?

Community Management Lessons from a Camp Director

ChatterBachs

One of the aspects of this position I really liked was recruiting the counselors from area colleges. In the heat of the summer (and we’re talking about the summer in North Carolina), there’s nothing quite like that time in the afternoon when it’s your group’s turn to cool off in the pool.

Wise Words from the Corner Office

Association Adviser

They often come to us seeking to make a difference on behalf of the industry, although sometimes we recruit or suggest people for projects based on our subject matter needs. Andy Curliss, North Carolina Pork Council. Andy Curliss, Chief Executive Officer of the North Carolina Pork Council: Have a service mindset.

A Collaborative Solution for Engaging More Student Members

Associations Now

office, after more than 20 years as a member and volunteer with the organization, dating back to his own student days at North Carolina State University. He told me SPE had been spinning its wheels in recruiting student members for all the presumable reasons.

The Emergence of the Chief Data Officer: Part 1 of 3

Association Adviser

” Some 19 percent of business leaders expect to recruit a CDO in 2014, while 17 percent foresee a CDO appointment, according to a study by Gartner. Christina Motley. We’re inundated with data. So what? Why care? How does it benefit my association?

Association Brain Food Weekly: 8.9.19

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If you want to make Eastern North Carolina pulled pork but don’t have a wood-fired barbecue pit and eight hours to kill, then pull out the Instant Pot and try this recipe. Learn about these value types and how they impact your membership recruitment and retention.

Association Brain Food Weekly: 10.18.19

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Last week, we got three dozen Pirate Pearls oysters in our North Carolina seafood share so I roasted them and served them alongside a Vivian Howard recipe for brown butter spiked with hot sauce, lemon juice and lemon zest.

On Collins’ “What Makes Powerful Nonprofit Leaders” – a conversation with Association Trends’ 2007 Young and Aspiring Association Professionals

SocialFish

Key employees find entrepreneurship an increasingly viable option, recruiters swarm after the best people in a war for talent, young people reject the idea of long-term employment at a single enterprise, boards and shareholders demand more executive accountability, the media exposes and amplifies flawed decisions and poor performance, and so on.