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MOAA chapter and council officers have access to these materials, but login is required for some of the videos. Your MOAA website username and password is needed to access those.
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Please join Ms. Andrea Rand, J.D., Development Director, MOAA, as she provides a short overview of the MOAA Scholarship Fund and Educational Assistance Program and why a designated scholarship may be a good option for MOAA’s councils and chapters to consider.
The MOAA Communications and Council and Chapter Affairs team provides a short tutorial on how to navigate the new MOAA website for effective chapter management and operations.
Capt. Douglas A. Ehrhardt, USN (Ret), Vice President, North Carolina State Council of Chapters and President and Webmaster, New River Chapter, shares his expertise for those wishing to receive specialized training on creating and using electronic newsletters along with some general communications tips.
Col Mike Turner, USAF (Ret), Executive Director, Development, MOAA Military Family Initiative, offers insights for those wishing to learn more about how the MOAA Military Family Initiative is helping military families every day through 14 proven MOAA programs that touch over 50,000 currently serving troops and veterans of all ranks and their families and survivors each year.
Col. Terri Coles, Deputy Director, Career Transition Services, MOAA, outlines the process for establishing a transition-assistance program to allow your chapter to attract working age members, forge ties with area employers and community leaders and showcase the value of hiring Veterans.
The Council and Chapter Affairs Department offers specialized training for those wishing to learn more about the annual Levels of Excellence Award scoring criteria and submission process.
Maj. Gen. Joseph G. Lynch, USAF (Ret), General Counsel, MOAA, offers specialized training for those wishing to learn more about the procedures for obtaining exemption recognition, annual filing requirements and other pertinent information regarding the tax status for your affiliate organization.
Mrs. Nancy Carr, Deputy Director of Public Relations offers resources and information to assist council and chapter leaders with their public relations and media program. Watch her specialized training.
CDR Katherine O’Neill Tracy, USN (Ret), Deputy Director, Benefits Education for the MOAA
Transition Center offers resources and information to assist the Personal
Affairs team for your MOAA chapter. Watch her specialized training on the roles
and responsibilities of the chapter personal affairs team.
MOAA Legislative Affairs director Col. Mike Hayden, USAF (Ret) leads a specialized training on legislative affairs. Learn more about the roles and responsibilities of the legislative chair/liaison position, grassroots advocacy efforts and legislative priorities in this webinar.
Specialized training from Suzanne Walker, Executive Assistant to MOAA’s President, and Director of Meetings and Conferences, for those wishing to learn
more about organizing large functions and the art of event planning.
Find out more about this new online dues collection capability.
Watch Military Officer contributing editor Kris Hegle offers tips and advice on creating newsletters for chapters and councils.
Please join Col Ana Smythe and Ms. LeighAnne Baxter from the Member Service Center as they will provide an overview on the content and creation process and availability of MOAA publications.
Would you like to learn more about the MOAA web-based virtual affiliates? Please join the MOAA Army Nurse Advocates Virtual Chapter President, COL Jeri Graham, USA (Ret) and Vice-President, LTC Joseph Gollasch, USA (Ret), as they provide a short overview on how a core group of MOAA members, who are already bound
together with some common purpose or ongoing activity, can establish other virtual chapters by following these easy start-up steps. *Username and password are needed to access these videos.