If you are new to association management and are trying to wrap your head around the industry, the Associations 101 course is a great place to start. The goal of the Associations 101 course is to provide a broad understanding of the nuances associated with working in the world of membership-based, nonprofit associations.
Facilitated by Sue Pine, CAE, this half-day session will walk you through what it looks like to be part of an association's staff, working with volunteers, understanding the governance structure, and how processes are unique when it comes to the way an association functions.
Course content includes:
- The basics of association governance models
- Working with volunteers
- Association decision making process
Those that would benefit most from the course are individuals with less than two or three years working with a membership-based association. The course is also beneficial as a refresher and has proven to be idea-generating for those with more experience in the industry.
Upcoming class: Stay tuned for upcoming dates!
Location: AH office - 1120 Rt. 73, Mt. Laurel, NJ 08054 (second floor)
Facilitated by Sue Pine, CAE:
Sue Pine, CAE - Sue worked for over 40 years in the "association management" world. Sue is a frequent speaker at ASAE, AMC Institute, and a variety of ASAE State Society meetings. Sue is an ASAE trained facilitator of the ASAE Certificate in Association Management. She is a subject matter expert on Environmental Scanning, Trends Monitoring, AMC Accreditation, Volunteer Management, and Board Development topics. Sue has received the 2009 AMC Institute Lifetime Achievement Award, the 2008 Leadership Award from the ASAE-AMC Section Council, and the 2015 MASAE Distinguished Service Award.
All attendees will earn 4 CAE credits.