What happens at the ACHS Annual Council Meetings?
Once each year in mid-February, honor societies are invited to send their representative(s) to the ACHS Annual Council Meeting to share best practices; promote mutually beneficial communication; meet exhibitors and partners who offer merchandise and services designed for honor societies and their members; learn from experts on a variety of operational, educational, and promotional topics; and to govern the Association.
These meetings are unique, often providing the only business setting where honor society executives can network with peers who truly understand what they do, who share their goals and their challenges and can provide invaluable insight into moving an organization forward. Meetings span three days in pleasant locations that are chosen from rotating regions of the country, with an eye to keeping costs manageable for our non-profit budgets. Free time is allotted for impromptu group dinners and tours with colleagues, and attendees return home refreshed, recharged, and ready to tackle challenges with a new perspective and a few new tips and tools.
The cost to attend is low at $800 per attendee (early bird), with a 50% discount offered to certified societies or those currently petitioning for certification, and special rates for multiple attendees. Meal and event functions can also be purchased separately for companions/guests.
Join us for a can't miss conference! For more information about previous speakers and topics, see http://www.achsnatl.org/meeting.asp.