AAM Online Advocacy Sessions
Want to Build or Strengthen Relationships with Legislators?
Register today for Monday's AAM Online Advocacy Training Session!
In Part 3 of this FREE four-part Online Advocacy Training Series, we will cover:
- Ways to introduce your museum to elected officials
- Strategies for putting together site visits
- How to effectively participate in town hall meetings
- Engaging town boards and city councils, and
- Working with local Congressional staff
Who: You and your colleagues
What: AAM's Online Advocacy Training Series Part 3 -
Building Relationships with Elected Officials:
Strategies for Getting to Know Your Elected Officials
When: Monday, November 9, 2009 (1:00 p.m. EST)
Where: The nearest computer with Internet access
''Museums are in a unique position to engage legislators,'' said AAM President Ford W. Bell. ''Approaching elected officials can be intimidating, but AAM's advocacy training session will give you practical steps to help you get started. I hope the entire museum field will join us for this free online program."
Did you miss Sessions 1 and 2? Don't despair! The recordings of the live programs and the accompanying Power Point presentations are now available on AAM's advocacy website!
We hope to ''see'' you on Monday!
P.S. Be sure to also check out AAM's other online learning and professional development opportunities today!
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Illinois Association of Museums
1 Old State Capitol Plaza
Springfield , IL 62701