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OSAM 4:11 Moderated Roundtable - May 6
Thursday, May 06, 2021, 4:11 PM - 5:00 PM PDT
Category: Events

"Opportunities and Resources OSAM Associations Should Know About"

Moderated by: Jeff Stell, E.M.P.A., Incentives Project Coordinator, Business Oregon

Thursday, May 6
Time: 4:11 pm (of course!) -- ends by 5:00 pm

Virtual doors open at 4:00 pm – join us to chat with our moderator and fellow attendees prior to our program start.

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Get the "411" with OSAM during our peer-to-peer roundtable meetings. OSAM regularly offers these moderated roundtable-style virtual gatherings on pertinent issues related to our constantly evolving working environments.

This is the perfect opportunity to talk all things association management. If you want to connect with association peers, meet and greet with like-minded professionals, ask questions or share practices, please join us!


About this 411

Diversifying your funding while keeping to your core values and programs can be tricky. COVID required associations to look at our business models and sources to create more nimble organizations and become agile when partnerships or new opportunities presented themselves.

Business Oregon works with Oregon businesses and non-profits, creating strategic partnerships and new business opportunities. Jeff Stell will share more about Business Oregon and how our member associations may tap into resources available.

In addition to Business Oregon programs, Jeff will share more on Oregon's stimulus opportunities and funding/capital opportunities.


Registration Fee (per person):

OSAM Member: $15 | Non-Member: $35

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OSAM is an ASAE CAE Approved Provider

The Oregon Society of Association Management is an American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) CAE Approved Provider. This and all programs OSAM offers meets the requirements for fulfilling the professional development requirements to earn or maintain the Certified Association Executive (CAE) credential.

This program addresses some content contained in “Domain 3: Administration, F. Business Planning” from the Exam Content Outline and may be applied toward your CAE application or renewal professional development requirements for .82 hours/credit. Certificates of attendance are available on a request basis to support individual record keeping and tracking.


What's next on your mind?

If you want to discuss a particular topic or have any other suggestions to make these meetings extra valuable to you and your organization, please let us know! We would love the feedback and welcome anyone interested! Email Vicky Danielson at vdanielson{at}osam.org. Thank you!

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Contact: Email the OSAM office -- [email protected] Thank you!