American Mensa is offering only its third-ever honorary membership for a fictional character to a device that aims to tie STEM and artistry together for kids.
Trello is a web-based app that’s popular for project management. One association uses Trello’s kanban boards, which visualize workflows, to onboard new members.
Industry evolution led the Brewers Association to update its definition of a craft brewer and add a new member category to make membership more inclusive. Three steps to take if you’re considering a similar move.
To add energy and excitement to its Capitol Hill fly-in, the American Dental Association partnered with the American Student Dental Association. The joint event expands opportunities for engagement and future membership growth.
Your association’s digital community is important to connect your members—but it can also help grow the organization. Also: a simple tip for better note taking.
Staff from the American Academy of Pediatrics play a direct role in component relations problem-solving. During its annual chapter summit, volunteers can ask questions and find answers at the chapter services lab.
Yes, your organization comes with benefits—but that’s probably not why members join. Also: the importance of language in online communities.
A new report analyzes webinar viewing habits. Take advantage of a few trends to increase the likelihood that members register, attend, and engage with your virtual events.
Not all of your members will be able to attend the annual meeting. For those who miss it, a virtual expo can be a great way to remotely engage people in professional development.
Strict membership categories and dues structures don’t work for everyone. For your global members, consider flexible options, like income-adjusted pricing or low- or no-cost membership.