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February’s Featured Member Benefit – Member Mentoring

February 1, 2016

Throughout the month of February, we will be highlighting how the Mentoring Committee can offer assistance in many areas of the sport tourism industry. The main purpose of this committee is to cultivate relationships with new members and help guide them through their first year of membership.

The Mentoring Committee educates members about benefits and resources that will help them make the most of their NASC membership. Both new members and those who have been in the game for years can utilize the Member Mentoring program.

One of the greatest assets of the Mentoring Committee is the wide array of background and experience on various industry topics, which consists of over 200 years of cumulative sport tourism industry related knowledge. All three membership categories are represented within the committee – Active, Allied and Rights Holder.

Keep an eye out for these blogs and sign up to attend our Best Practices Webinar, Mentoring: Not Just For Newbies on Friday, February 26 @ 2pm ET to learn more about how the Mentoring Committee can help you!

Check out the Member Mentoring page to view the committee roster and read each mentor’s bio!

DSC_8599Mentors, designated by their jerseys, meet with their First Time Attendee Mentees at the 2015 NASC Sports Event Symposium in Milwaukee, WI.