How do you get involved in CMA?
It is possible to become involved as little or as much in CMA as your personal time and interests allow. All members are encouraged to take advantage of the collaborative value of networking with fellow members through CMA's online directory, forums and listserv. A next great step is attending one of CMA's many annual conventions or workshops where tremendous training and information sharing unique to our profession takes place.
For those interested in a little deeper involvement, volunteering for a CMA committee or project is a great way to start. From coast to coast, CMA committee members combine their talents to serve their fellow advisers and their students. They lead sessions at CMA conventions and workshops, coordinate non-member speakers, report for CMA publications and respond to the challenges that face media advisers, be they newcomers or veterans. For more information about committees, visit the CMA Committee List page by clicking here.
Regardless of your level of participation in the association, there are many benefits to CMA membership that can help enhance your professional and personal life.