Increasing Professionalism in Marinas: The Role of the Association

People join associations for many reasons. Among the most common are desires to advance common interests; to address social, economic, political, and educational needs; and to protect the status of their profession or industry. With roots in ancient civilizations and ties to Old World guilds, associations today have evolved to occupy a unique place in…

no member!
Category:

Description

People join associations for many reasons. Among the most common are desires to advance common interests; to address social, economic, political, and educational needs; and to protect the status of their profession or industry. With roots in ancient civilizations and ties to Old World guilds, associations today have evolved to occupy a unique place in society. Today`s association executives confront and meet daily challenges to respond to members` needs, to protect members` interests while promoting the social good, and to preserve the idealism that is so vital to the progress of society.

Additional information

author