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Benefits of Being a Network Member
By Amanda Stratton, Manager, Grassroots & Advocacy Outreach



    This May we have been publishing articles promoting the AIA's Advocacy Network, but what are the benefits to joining?

      • Be the first to hear about the latest happenings before Congress.

      • Participation in briefing calls with AIA Advocacy staff and other key Washington players.

      • Access to network member-only trainings and resources to help you make a bigger impact.

      • Opportunities to earn rewards.

    One of the big benefits to being a network member is that you are not expected to complete tasks on your own. You will be able to lean on other Network members for assistance in getting the word out about important issues.

    Signing up is simple - click here to join. Make sure to include home address so we can make sure you are aligned with the correct legislators. After you sign up, be sure to register for our call on June 12.

    Click here to learn more about the Advocacy Network, including a list of FAQs.


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