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Intro to Associations

What is an association?

The IRS defines an association as "a group of persons banded together for a specific purpose." But that definition leaves a lot of room for interpretation and also leaves behind a lot of history.

For decades, associations have been formed for innumerable reasons and provide an extensive range of products and services for their members and society. Associations have a rich history that continues to influence how society functions.

But that's just the beginning. There's a lot to learn about associations, including how they are formed, their structure, and why associations may be at risk today. And it can be overwhelming, especially if you're new to the world of associations.

Join us in this course-by-email series Intro to Associations for a deep dive into the industry. You'll learn:

  • What an association is, and the different types of associations.
  • What the roles are within an association and how they function.
  • Why associations are vital in today's society.
  • ...and much, much more!

Plus, we'll go over the big questions associations need to ask themselves today to survive in a quickly evolving environment.

Whether you're new to the world of associations or a seasoned pro, there's a lot to learn in this Intro to Associations course.

What to Expect:

  • You’ll receive an email every morning for the next five days
  • The course will include access to nearly 50 minutes of video content
  • You’ll hear multiple perspectives from association industry pros
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