Douglas County Charter Chapter
Making contact with business-savvy professionals also puts women ahead. But networking is an art that many people have not perfected. That's why ABWA has made teaching its members this career-critical skill part of its mission. Plus, when you join an ABWA chapter or network, you automatically become a member of a ready-made professional network with unlimited potential for expanding your own network of contacts.
Join us every fourth Tuesday at Red Lobster in Douglasville, GA. Networking starts at 6:30 pm, meeting at 7:00 pm.
Cost: $20 Members/Guests
The principal purpose of the spring conference is to strengthen the Association and support its mission by bringing women together to meet their personal and professional needs and to sustain the long-term viability of the Association.
All business skill seminars qualify for Continuing Education Units. This non-degree credit is granted to programs which meet the standards of the International Association for Continuing Education and Training. Although one of the purposes of spring conference is education, the education is not all in a traditional classroom setting. Members are given opportunities to meet informally to share success stories and network.
The Associations award-winning bimonthly national magazine, features informative articles covering a ranger of topics that are of interest to businesswomen and entrepreneurs.
How to become a Member:
Obtain an application form from a member or the Membership Committee. Also see the the link below.
Complete the application, noting on the application the member who invited you to join.
Return the application to the Chair of the Membership Committee with your check for $114 ($90 to National on your anniversary date, $24 for local dues).