Midyear Scholarship Application Window Closing Fast
Applications for scholarships for the 2017 Midyear Meeting in Miami will be accepted until Monday, November 14. There are three scholarships available and they each include a registration fee waiver and a $1,000 travel/lodging stipend. Visit to apply for a midyear scholarship or to read about scholarships for the upcoming CSE Retreat (executive directors only), the 2017 Small Bar Conference, and the 2017 Annual Meeting. 

Next week is the NABE Webinar: A Podcaster’s Guide to Podcasting. Have you registered yet?
What happens when you have a shoestring budget, a lot of ideas, and want to communicate more effectively with your members? You launch a podcast! In this webinar, Craig Sorrell will take you through the journey of his own successes with podcasts, including some mistakes he learned along the way. Learn how to start your own podcast, and even learn some advanced techniques to make your voice flourish in a world of on-demand entertainment. Craig will discuss everything from basic set up to hosting. Explore how you can leverage this tried-and-true, old-is-new communications format and generate revenue along the way. Click here to register now and join your colleagues in the NABE Classroom on November 16! >>

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