Registration is now open for our 2016-2017 Class!
Please nominate your rising professional
Self-nominations also welcome!
The New England Society of Association Executives' Rising Professionals 101 program is now entering its third year!
The Rising Professionals 101 program is designed to provide rising association professionals with professional development and networking opportunities with a dynamic cohort of career-driven peers. The program will consist of five educational programs and networking sessions, hosted by local associations, societies, management companies and event venues.
Participants will meet as a cohort for five evening sessions between September and June. These sessions will include networking opportunities as well as educational presentations and discussions led by local experts in the association field. The final dates of the sessions will be announced in August.
Registration is $100 for NE/SAE members and $250 for nonmembers. If registering at the nonmember rate, the program includes one-year of membership in NE/SAE, and participants are encouraged to attend other regularly-scheduled NE/SAE programs, such as the Technology Conference in November and the Annual Management Conference in January.
Participants will be recognized at NE/SAE’s 2017 Annual Meeting in Newport, RI.
NE/SAE Regular Members and Prospective Regular Members may nominate and sponsor a rising professional from their organization to participate in the program. The program fee is a one-time fee of $100 for members and $250 for nonmembers, to be paid before the start of the program. Please complete the following nomination form before August 8, 2016. Space is limited.
One-to-five years of experience working in or with associations
Passion for working with associations and furthering career in the association field
Identified by colleagues and/or supervisors as a future association leader
Available to commit to five evening programs between September 2016 and June 2017
Questions? Please e-mail NE/SAE's Deputy Executive Director, Andrew Cronin Finn, MSc, MBA, or call 978-364-5059.