Here are associations whose ties go over and under and through it, a meeting of merchants, a military corps, a college class, a fire-club, a professional association
, a political, a religious convention;--the persons seem to draw inseparably near; yet, that assembly once dispersed, its members will not in the year meet again.
The purpose was to identifying if the value placed on membership benefits directly relate to the decision to join a professional association
Grachek: One of College Chairman Larry Slatky's goals is closer collaboration with the trade and professional associations
in long-term care.
Most of the professional associations
have no tools in their acts to manage this kind of practice.
Shelley Bird: Besides being the flag bearers for integrity, my vision for IABC is as the leading professional association
, and the advocate for the power of communication to drive business/ organizational value and the support of communication professionals throughout their entire career--again, the "must belong" association for our industry.
BIRSBANE, AUSTRALIA -- The Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists has joined an agreement with professional associations
For this reason, several prominent corporate real estate industry leaders and professional associations
have come together to form OSCRE, the Open Standards Consortium for Real Estate.
AMDA is the professional association
of medical directors and physicians practicing in the long term care continuum, dedicated to excellence in patient care by providing education, advocacy, information and professional development
Take advantage of all the resources your professional association
has to offer you.
The Glendale Hispanic Business and Professional Association
will be working throughout the 2000-01 school year to improve the success of Latino students in Glendale schools.
Of external recognition, the most important is that of the organization's managers, for it is through them that the most obvious benefits--status and compensation--are most immediately and directly conferred, but respect from others in the organization, whether other staff or patrons, and from a professional association
, is also important.
The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) is the nationally recognized professional association
more than 40,000 occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants.