Membership is an ongoing process that involves all the members of your chapter. It is what makes your chapter and the Minnesota Women of Today a vital, working organization. To maintain healthy membership numbers, we need to continually work on our membership plans. These plans depend on ROAR, which represents the four main areas of membership:
For more information and to access tools your chapter can use to promote these areas, simply click on the key word above. The Minnesota Women of Today have also developed other tools to help chapters in these areas. Many anuals have been developed to aid in these efforts. They include the Membership Manual, the M-Night Manual, Skits and Stuff I & II and the Public Relations Manual. The Membership Management Committee has also created a Members Learning to Recruit (MLR) training program that is available to districts and chapters. For more information on these manuals or training opportunities, please contact the Membership Vice President at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Retention is a VITAL part of the four elements of membership. All your efforts in recruitment, orientation and activation lead up to retention. Your chapter needs to retain members who can share their experience and help your chapter thrive. Here are some ideas for aiding in retention:
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