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Final Days of NCDD Membership Drive

Good Morning NCDDers!

I wanted to remind you that we’re entering the final days of the membership Contest to see which NCDD member can recruit the largest number of new dues-paying members. The reward (besides the sense of personal accomplishment!) will be a handful of outstanding books from the field and special recognition on the NCDD blog.

To get credit for those individuals who sign up as new dues-paying members, just let them know to enter your first and last name on the sign-up form where it asks: “How did you hear about NCDD? We’d love to know!” On December 14, we’ll tally up all of the new members and see which of you will get the goods, and the fame.

Below is a blurb you can share with your colleagues about NCDD to encourage them to check out all that this amazing organization has to offer, and to join the NCDD member community:

The National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation (NCDD) provides a vital national gathering place for more than 1,500 organizations and individuals who are leading a renaissance of public engagement. Since 2002, NCDD has developed and maintained a critical infrastructure for practitioners, organizations, researchers, public administrators, activists, students and others dedicated to solving today’s toughest problems through honest dialogue, quality deliberation and collaborative action.

NCDD connects and educates this community of practice by enabling networking, knowledge-sharing and collaboration; provides an extraordinary resource database; keeps people informed about the latest news and opportunities in the realm of dialogue and deliberation; and convenes conversations among leaders in our field around critical issues and timely topics.

There’s a range of membership levels for NCDD–including a free option! Dues-paying members are eligible for some amazing discounts on trainings, courses and certificate programs in facilitation, public engagement and conflict resolution, as well as discounts for NCDD events. But more importantly, your support helps advance this vital work of institutionalizing the practice of democratic skills that will benefit us all. So, take a few moments to learn more and see if you would like to join NCDD today – www.ncdd.org/join. Thanks!

Courtney Breese, NCDD Board of Directors

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This post was submitted by a member of the NCDD community. NCDD members are leaders and future leaders in the fields of public engagement, conflict resolution, and community problem solving. You, too, can post to the NCDD blog by completing the Add-to-Blog form at www.ncdd.org/submit.

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