Please contact AIP. AIP members and guests are encouraged to contact the president with concerns. If you have a question about membership, how to join, etc., please send your inquiry to:
General Inquiry about AIP
In addition, if you have a question about Parliamentary Procedure, feel free to send in your inquiry. If you are not a member, please send it to:
If you are a member, please send that burning question to:
Smile for AIP!
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AIP sponsors several practicum, workshops, and conferences designed to help the professional development of the practicing professional, new association officer, experienced board member or beginning parliamentary student. These training events focus on: leadership, presiding skills, board governance, parliamentary skills, and not for profit regulations. Each of these educational opportunities offer hands on learning, expert instruction, as well as the chance for idea sharing through strong networking possibilities.
Pin Buy Back Program
Program To Return/Recycle AIP Membership Pins
The AIP Board of Directors has approved a process by which AIP members can return/recycle regular membership pins, CP pins, and CPP pins to AIP. The pin must be in good shape with no obvious wear. The pins with the safety pin fastening must have a working safety pin. The pins with the clutch back (tie-tac) fastening must have both the pin and the fastener. Each donor will receive $10 for each pin returned.
The pins may be returned at the Annual Session, West Coast Practicum or East Coast
Practicum. If you are not going to attend any of these events, please contact board member Jeanette Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
This program is beneficial to the individual member who may not want to keep a pin that does not reflect that member’s current designation. This project is beneficial to AIP because our current inventory of regular membership pins is almost depleted. AIP can then re-sell the pins.