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Get Involved in 2014!

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Although the 2014 GSAE Quarterly Luncheon & Participation Fair is still a few months away (February 19 at the Holiday Inn Atlanta Capitol Conference Center), it's never too early to start thinking of ways to expand your GSAE involvement!  If you'd like to join a SIG(s) before then, or if you're interested in chairing a SIG, simply email GSAE.

GSAE's Shared Interest Groups (SIGs) offer one of the best resources for association executives and professionals.  These self-directed groups of GSAE members focus on a particular area and delve into various topics within that area.  In addition to learning from the "experts" in a particular area of interest, GSAE's SIGs offer members a place to discuss with peers issues of personal relevance.

Emerging Professionals SIG
Formerly the Young Professionals, this SIG is designed for GSAE members who are new to the association profession and are  interested in connecting with peers and leaders to grow professionally.  Join the discussion and learn about upcoming events by becoming a fan of the Facebook page today.
Government Relations SIG
For association professionals who have an interest in government relations or who work in an advocacy environment.

Small Association Staff SIG
Designed for staff of associations with 10 or fewer employees. Focuses on best practices and sharing resources.

Communications SIG
For communications professionals working in an association or generalists with some communications responsibilities (including electronic communications).
Atlanta-area YourMembership.com Users Group
Formerly the Affiniscape 360 Users Group, this SIG is for association professionals using YourMembership.com and will meet quarterly for peer-to-peer training on the merger and a variety of modules.     

Education/Certification SIG
Focuses on issues of importance to association professionals who develop education programming or work with certification programs.

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