Get ready for NTEN’s Member Appreciation Month!

NTEN Members work hard every day to make a difference in the world through their work. So each year, we like to let our members know just how much they are appreciated. In fact, we’re devoting the entire month of November to saying “Thank You!” to our NTEN Members.

Get ready for NTEN’s Member Appreciation Month (MAM) all November long! Throughout the month, come celebrate with free programming and prizes exclusively for NTEN Members, plus special local events and content. (Not an NTEN Member yet? Join today just in time for the celebration!)

Kick off the celebration with NTEN’s 2014 Year In Review: Community Impact webinar on Nov. 3rd and hear from NTEN staff and Community who will share their experiences and highlights from 2014; then look forward at what’s ahead for 2015.

Register for a free webinar! Check out the list of upcoming webinars and sign up. All November webinars are free for NTEN Members.

We want to provide the opportunity for you to recognize each other, too! Know someone who has helped you out? Send them a thank you and follow the discussion using the event hashtag: #ntenthanks. You can also nominate that special someone whom you appreciate for an NTEN Community Award.

Win a prize! We’ve got giveaways galore for NTEN Members – everything from thumb drives to free software to NTEN gear! In additional to daily and weekly prizes for Members, we’ll be giving out a two grand prizes: an engagement award for an NTEN Member who’s the most active in the community during MAM, and the renewal award for a Member who renews before Nov. 30. Winners will be announced on the blog and Twitter. Follow and join in the #ntenthanks hashtag for all the latest MAM action.

Show your pride! Grab one of the NTEN Member badges (or mix and match) and wear it with pride on any of your favorite online profiles.

We can’t wait to start spreading the #ntenthanks!

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