WELCOME GRANT PROFESSIONALS!
Upcoming Meeting Dates
Date: October 19, 2018
Time: 11:30 am – 2:00 pm
Topic: Hitting Your Target – Community Analysis and Grants Research, presented by Joan Divor, Business Services Librarian, Coordinator of Community Partnerships, Burlington County Library System
Location: Burlington County Library, 5 Pioneer Blvd, Westampton, NJ 08060 [directions]
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- 11:30-12:30 Introductions and business meeting
- 12:30-1:00 Lunch and networking
- 1:00 – 1:30 Presentation
- 1:30-2:00 Follow-up and discussion
- December 7, 2018 meeting location TBD
REGION 6 REPRESENTATIVE NEEDED
-They act as a liaison with Headquarters and direct chapters to resources.-They can share successful chaptering practices among chapters.-They can help by sharing best practices from other chapters, monitoring chapter activity and attendance, and acting as a support system for new chapter officers.-They attend and assist at the Chapter Leader meetings at the Annual Conference and the April Leader Conference each year with attendance and some costs covered by GPA.
Get Connected – GRANTZONE
Your GPA membership provides you with access to GrantZone – a place to participate in discussions, ask questions of other GPA members, and share resources. Each NJ Chapter member is automatically a member of the New Jersey Chapter Community. You can join other communities, like Grant Consultants, K-12 Education, Healthcare, and many more.
It’s a fantastic resource and easy to use. You can access GrantZone from the GPA website, or go directly here and enter your GPA username and password. Members can control the frequency of messages they receive (real time, daily digest, no email). If you aren’t seeing any messages, check your settings as well as your spam folder.
Three or four members are needed for our Professional Development Committee: Overall goal is to set up professional conferences. the committee consists of a chair (selected by the President and Vice President to serve a 2-year term), Conference Committee Coordinator, and at least 2 ohter members-at-large. Activities can include: determining which topics are most relevant to members based on recent membership survey results; identifying persons who can present on those topics at chapter meetings, and making applicable arrangements for speakers
Two members needed for Membership Committee: Overall goal is to increase chapter membership and keep members informed of chapter news and events, etc. The Committee will meet at least two times per year. The committee consists of the Vice President, the chair (selected by the President and Vice President to serve a 2-year term) and at least one other member at-large. Activities can include:
- building an outreach/marketing list
- sending a welcome note to new chapter and non-chapter GPA members
- keeping the pulse on what chapter members want out of their chapter
- assisting the chapter President with maintaining the membership roster
- posting information on the chapter’s social media platforms