AMTA-Virginia Chapter serves our members by fostering member engagement and providing opportunities for professional development.
Members have the opportunity to earn continuing education hours at the Annual VA State Conference (photos from 2016 here).
The Board of the AMTA-VA Chapter encourages members to network and volunteer in various ways:
- Assist editing the newsletter
- Write articles for the newsletter and blog
- Doing simple data entry to keep member records up to date
- Planning chapter educational events
- Planning community awareness events
VA Chapter members receive an award-winning electronic newsletter, Virginia In Touch, so that all are informed about Chapter activities.
Prospective and current member can connect with the Chapter Board thru the Facebook page. facebook.com/AMTAVirginiaChapter
Annual Planning Conference 5:00 PM
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