ATDSFL has achieved CARE PLUS status!
ATD national has recognized the South Florida chapter as having achieved CARE Plus status. This recognition means that our chapter went above and beyond the required elements of CARE in the past year.
The chapter is being recognized for the value we bring to our members through well run chapter programs, services and operations. We are able to reach these standards as a result of the individual time, resources, innovation, and dedication of our board members as well as our extended volunteer team.
Congratulations, South Florida!
Hope everyone is off to a good start in 2022! As we are embracing new opportunities and embarking on journeys to reach our goals, I’d like to share what is happening in the Chapter.
We are launching our annual Carol Susan DeVaney Mentorship program, and we are looking for mentors and protégés. During this 5-month program mentors are paired with protégés to work together to support protégés' professional growth and overcome obstacles that stand in their career path. Since its inception in 2008, the Mentorship Program has positively impacted the lives of over 200 professionals. If you are interested in becoming a mentor or protégé, please contact Pam Evans, Director of Mentorship program at firstname.lastname@example.org. The program is free for Chapter members.
If you are considering becoming a member to take advantage of this opportunity, it is an excellent time to join the Chapter for yet another good reason. Starting today through April 17th, we are offering our new members one free registration to attend one of the Chapter’s professional development events through June 30th, 2022.
On another exciting note, the Chapter’s leadership team is considering launching a Learning Technologies SIG (Special Interest Group). I would appreciate you completing the short survey (link below) to inform our decisions on topics of interest and the format of the SIG. The survey is open through Jan 21st, 2022.
The Chapter’s leadership team, like many organizations around the globe, is in a challenging predicament balancing between the needs of personal connection and public health. We will continue assessing throughout the year and we hope to offer a good part of our events in 2022 in a hybrid format.
On behalf of the Chapter, I am grateful to be a part of your personal and professional development.
Eivina Muniute-Cobb, Ed.D., proud President of ATD South Florida
We are proud to share that our Chapter received a 2021 Chapter Excellence Award (CEA) for a medium-sized chapter in Advancing the Profession Through ATD Certification!
Congrats to the Chapter members and the Board! Thank you to Sherri Dailing, the Chapter's CPTD Study Group Director for all her work leading a study group!
Here is a letter from Tony Bingham, President and CEO of ATD congratulating the ATDSFL chapter on their hard work with the CPTD Study Group program.
Click the image to watch a short video about the Chapter Excellence awards.