CCAA & Institute for Organization Management Partner to Offer Scholarships for 1st Year Attendees

The Chamber of Commerce Association of Alabama is proud to partner with Institute for Organization Management, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s professional development program for non-profit executives, and offer four $500 partial tuition scholarships to the Southeast Institute site at the University of Georgia to be held June 28-July 2, 2020. The four scholarships, available to our members, will be awarded to students attending Institute for the first time to assist with enrollment fees and cannot be combined with any other Institute scholarships.

For almost 100 years, Institute has educated association, chamber, and other nonprofit leaders across the country through its national program, highly rated curriculum, and high caliber instructors. Thousands of executives have attended Institute sites across the country to strengthen their management skills, learn industry best practices, and gain a broad national perspective from peers.  Institute has helped them build stronger organizations, become stronger business advocates, and better serve their members. In addition, you will earn points towards your CCE or CAE as Institute’s curriculum is directly tied to the bodies of knowledge of both industry certifications.

Upon completion of the Institute program, graduates receive the IOM recognition which allows them to use the letters “IOM” in public mention and professional correspondence.  The IOM recognition signifies the completion of 96 hours of course instruction in nonprofit management and commitment to the industry.

For more information about scholarship availability or to apply, please contact Jeremy L. Arthur at CCAA at 334-264-2112.  Scholarship application submission deadline is February 25, 2020.

For more information about Institute’s curriculum, sites, and dates, visit the Institute Web site and Prospective Student Toolkit to help you gain insight into the program.

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