The Northwest Credit Union Association’s Northwest Young Professionals Network gives these individuals opportunities to lead the credit union industry into the future.
The American Association of Medical Assistants’ new Assessment-Based Certificate in Geriatrics program aims to help these front-line healthcare professionals develop knowledge and interpersonal skills to better serve elderly patients.
The American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works knew it had to speak up in the debate over the fate of controversial Confederate monuments. How it crafted its response offers lessons for other associations responding to divisive issues.
Saegis and the University of Toronto partner to promote a program that helps Canadian physicians develop the knowledge and skills necessary for safe opioid prescribing.
The Edison Electric Institute’s network of members and industry partners are helping restore power to the millions affected by Hurricane Irma.
Responding quickly to Hurricane Harvey, the NSA Foundation established a Hurricane Relief Fund to provide financial assistance for its members.
The Lupus Foundation of America recently launched an online community where patients and caregivers can share resources, experiences, and insight.
The Association of Former Students, Texas A&M Foundation, and the sports website TexAgs moved swiftly this week to provide a relief forum for Aggies affected by the storm and its aftermath.
To increase accountability and transparency, the American Civil Liberties Union of California launched a campaign to help voters learn more about their district attorneys.
With Same Day ACH debits going live next month, the New England ACH Association launched a campaign to get consumers to check their accounts more frequently.