Associations are rallying and coming up with solutions they might not have thought of before the pandemic. Here’s a look at what one small-staff association with a tight budget is doing to keep its community close in difficult times.
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COVID-19 has changed the way we live. Whether you're looking for your first job, recently retired, or somewhere in between, volunteering can help you feel fulfilled wherever you are now.
The famous resolve of Rosie the Riveter is still going strong, thanks to the American Rosie the Riveter Association. Throughout the pandemic, a local chapter made sure the women who pitched in during World War II stayed connected in creative and inspiring ways.
Organizations of ALL types – for-profit and tax-exempt, national headquarters and chapters – have been talking about digital transformation for many years, yet association efforts continue to lag.
Even having been at it for a while, you may not know all the tools and hacks that can make virtual work a little simpler. Here are a few ideas to bolster your remote toolkit.
It’s good to meet people where they are, and it’s even better to meet them before they get there. An association’s college partnership cultivates a new generation of members by empowering and engaging them as students, building a foundation for the future.
One association got a boost in membership, engagement, and retention by listening to members, tailoring resources to directly meet their needs, and being open to new ideas.
Getting members to renew is challenging every year—but this year in particular, associations need effective strategies for member retention. These articles have smart advice from association pros.
Panel discussions, that old standby of in-person events, are actually well suited for the virtual meetings format. Here’s how to make your remote panels great.