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Train Chapter officers to give mini-presentations on membership value. Invite Students and Life Members to take an active role and participate in the unit's membership development programs and activities.
Using SAMIEEE, organize efforts to contact lapsed members, especially after the Terminator runs. For Societies, it is a good idea to get in touch with lapsed Society members from among those who have renewed their IEEE membership.
Promote the Half-year dues offer for current members to join a new Society or subscribe to a publication from 1 March through 31 August.
Have your Section's SAMIEEE officer provide your outreach volunteers with the names of new members to be contacted each month to be invited to attend Section meetings.
Send out press releases praising local employers who support IEEE membership and volunteer services.
Sections and Societies can encourage prospective members to attend their events when they offer professional seminars that help engineers to upgrade their skills or maintain licensure. Go to Educational Activities for information on how to develop a continuing education program or visit IEEE Continuing Education Units for information on awarding CEUs to engineers for attending a workshop, seminar, tutorial, or self-study course that meets their company's training requirements.
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