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Professional Organizations. What is the Purpose of Professional Organizations?. Monitor the profession Provide structure and direction Help professionals remain current in the field. Benefits of Joining a Professional Organization.

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what is the purpose of professional organizations
What is the Purpose of Professional Organizations?
  • Monitor the profession
  • Provide structure and direction
  • Help professionals remain current in the field
benefits of joining a professional organization
Benefits of Joining a Professional Organization
  • Keeps you informed on current events in the field
  • Allows you to address issues and concerns in the field
  • You get special benefits as a member
    • conferences
    • journals
Gives you a sense of identity in the profession
  • Allows you to exchange ideas with other professionals
  • Helps you to understand the body of knowledge
  • Allows you to network
  • Helps you build friendships
incentives to join a professional organization
Incentives to Join a Professional Organization.
  • Professional Development
  • Networking
  • Credentialing
  • Journals, newsletters
  • Annual meetings
  • Voting privileges
responsibilities in a professional organization
Responsibilities in a Professional Organization
  • Pay dues
  • Attend Conferences
  • Vote
  • Read journals and newsletters to stay current and informed
  • Participate
  • Share expertise
    • Presentations
    • writing
the american association of family and consumer sciences
The American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Founded in 1909, is one of the oldest professional organizations in the U.S.
  • Purpose is to improve the quality and standards of individual and family life through programs that educate, influence public policy, disseminate information and publish research findings.
  • Only national organization representing family and consumer science professionals across practice areas and content specializations