Promote awareness of the innovative, results-oriented programs and initiatives undertaken by your association.
Attain third-party validation of your activities that you can share with your association’s membership, volunteer leaders, and other stakeholders.
Justify continued investment in programs and activities that are related to the core mission or purpose of your association.
Showcase for policymakers, the media, and other outside audiences how your association helps advance not only the industry or profession you represent, but also national and world conditions.
The Power of A Awards are open to:
Associations of all types
Association management companies (AMCs) that submit applications on behalf of their association clients
Industry partners that undertake initiatives in coordination with associations
Note: Beginning in 2018 applications for the same program under multiple categories will not be permitted.
Power of A Awards are given in the following categories:
The Power to Prepare for the Future (open to all)
Has your association conducted or facilitated research that helps your members prepare for the future or focus on emerging trends facing your industry or profession? Has your organization developed new strategies for problem solving, including sustaining services in times of declining resources or cutting through red tape in times of critical community need?
The Power to Make a Better World (open to international associations and U.S.-based associations engaged in international activities)
Has your association been engaged in activities, programs or initiatives to improve conditions or address challenges in countries outside the United States? Has your association been involved in developing an associations culture or presence in developing nations?
The Power to Create a Competitive Workforce (open to all)
Has your association undertaken initiatives that helped create jobs? Has your association created unique professional development or skills training opportunities that have significantly advanced the industry or profession you represent?
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