You don't need Lady Gaga on stage to glam up your chapter awards. But if you've been following the same old script for years, it's time to rethink it.
Chapter awards get a lot of buzz for a day or two when winners are announced. But after that? How can you make chapter awards more meaningful to winners?
Chapter awards should be a popular event. If chapters are bored or think the process is daunting, your program might be considered a Pain-In-The-A** (PITA).
Chapter awards are a longtime tradition for associations, but since it's spring cleaning season, maybe it's time to give them the Marie Kondo treatment.
Chapters live and die by their educational events. Most of their revenue comes from event registrations, sponsorships, and exhibition fees.
A virtual chapter might fit in with an increasingly digital-first world, but it can also present organizational obstacles.
Whether they’re in your office or working remotely, your association probably has volunteers contributing to projects every day. Here are five things you can do that that go above and beyond what your volunteers are expecting.
This workshop will allow you to discuss elements your association should take into consideration when exploring and offering virtual components/communities.
National Volunteer Week has a decades-long history with associations. Read on to see how different groups are taking parts this week.
During the American Academy of Pediatrics annual chapter summit, volunteers can ask questions and find answers at the chapter services lab.