Thursday, August 5, 2010

Become a MAEOE member for less $$$$

MAEOE is celebrating its 25th Anniversary by offering new members a discount when they join before September 30, 2010.

The times, fashions, technologies and administrations have changed since MAEOE was founded in 1985, but MAEOE remains grounded in its mission of service to you – the environmental and outdoor education professional. MAEOE’s job is to strengthen the profession and the professional. We do that by enforcing standards of professional practice, conducting research, providing educational programs, acting as a source of information, advocacy, and a community of colleagues. By becoming a member, you are helping to ensure that MAEOE’s next 25 years are as bright as its first.

To help celebrate its 25th Anniversary, renewing memberships will be offered at an Anniversary Rate of $25 (normally $30)

Individual Membership Discount Code: NEW25-IND-NEW (case sensitive - apply during checkout)

NOTES About Using the New Online Membership System: After selecting the membership level, adding to cart and proceeding to checkout, you will be directed to login to the system before completing the transaction. When signing in, please use the email address to which this message was sent as your username. The default starter password is Password1 (case sensitive). Once signed in, you may navigate your way to your personal profile and update any and all contact information. It is important to make sure that the billing address selected during checkout is associated with the credit card being used. You may have to enter this information because the system has your office address on file and not your home address or vice versa. Having difficulties? Please feel free to contact me by email at or by phone at (443) 733-1220. To pay by check, email for a paper form.

This is a limited time offer valid only from through September 30, 2010.MAEOE is a recognized 501c3 organization. Membership to MAEOE is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Knowledge is a treasure, but practice is the key to it.................................................