Please plan to join us for our last virtual event before the summer on 6/22 with our friends at the Rogers Williams Park Zoo.
It's bound to be a wild time!
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Hear from current ATD Bay Colonies President, Connor Gormley.
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Watch the next episode featuring chapter member, and former board member, Jamie Millard. Missed an episode?
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BIG news to share! Our chapter was recently recognized for meeting the Chapter Affiliation Requirements (CARE)! This means our chapter successfully met all required CARE elements and more. ATD recognized the value that we provide to our members through chapter programs, services, and exceptional operations which is the result of the time, resources, innovation, thought, and dedication of our board and members. Thank you!
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Thinking of joining?
Join or renew your lapsed membership now! Bay Colonies Chapter members can also attend events at other local chapters and pay member rates. Check out the events and the reciprocal agreements in place on our Events page. Considering becoming a Power Member by joining both ATD and the Bay Colonies Chapter to receive joint membership benefits.
Have you heard of ChIP?
Check out all of these targeted resources available to members from the National ATD site. Be sure to use our ChIP code CH1113 when ordering so Bay Colonies Chapter will get a portion of the funds. Also, if you are interested in connecting with other members to learn more about a specific topic, let us know and we’ll connect you.
SOS Recognition in 2020
ATD Bay Colonies has a new star to share with you - we were recently recognized for a submission to the ATD “Sharing Our Success” (SOS) program. The national SOS program identifies best practices among local ATD chapters and uses them as models for other chapters. Jennifer Labrie Pereira, Chair of ATD’s Chapter Recognition Committee said, "This recognition honors the Bay Colonies chapter best practice that demonstrates its commitment to managing a successful organization as well as advancing the talent development profession at the local level. We are honored to recognize the chapter with ATD's SOS recognition.”