As you begin your journey as a NAPNAP chapter officer, we hope the guidelines will assist in your term as a volunteer. The chapter guideline is an extremely informative document, so please be sure to download and/or print and keep as a resource during your entire term in office. Any information you want added to this guideline, please email Daniela Weitzman at firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions.
- CH-8:Authorization for your chapter to be included under NAPNAP’s 501(c)(6) IRS tax status and to allow NAPNAP to file a 990N on behalf of your chapter if applicable.
- CH-9: Annual reporting of revenue/expenses in the fiscal year.
2020 Chapter Officer Touching Base
2019 Chapter Summit
- Fostering Leadership Skills in Volunteers
- How to Engage New Members
- Tips for Chapter Marketing & Communication
2017 Chapter Summit
Goal: Each chapter is challenged to increase its membership by 20% in the fiscal year.
Incentive: Two chapters that yield the highest increase in membership (20% or more) will receive $500 each in funds to support future Chapter meeting expenses (i.e., food, beverage (non-alcoholic), audio visual, room rental fee).
These awards recognize chapters with the largest percent increase in NAPNAP membership. Winners are determined based on chapter annual reports and are confirmed by the Chapters’ Chair and national office staff.
Outstanding Large and Small Chapter Awards
These awards are presented to one large chapter and one small chapter for accomplishments made the previous year (pending funding). Winners are determined by a ballot annually.
We welcome any feedback that you might have that can better serve you and your chapter. Please do not hesitate to contact Daniela Weitzman at email@example.com with any additional information that you would like seen on this page. We hope that our new Chapter Officers’ guide will serve as a valuable resource for your needs!