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Let us know what you might be interested in.
Reach out to Lara, our current president (firstname.lastname@example.org)
or any of our board members
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What can you do with the member app?
After downloading the app, log in by using the same email address and password you use to access the Website, set up your notifications, and select the Fort Worth/Mid-Cities Chapter. Available for Android and IOS.
Friends of ATD Fort Worth Chapter
We believe in building relationships inside and outside of our industry. We can learn from each other to make the world a better place.
We are proud to call these organizations FRIENDS. Visit their websites and discover how great they are.
When you use our chapter's ChIP code (CH7039) when making an online purchase at the ATD Store, a portion of the revenue goes back to our chapter!
Exciting News for
The Fort Worth/Mid-Cities Chapter is now part of an ATD National organization program that allows members to purchase chapter memberships on the ATD National Store at the same time they purchase or renew their national membership.
This program offers current Power Members the opportunity to sync their chapter membership renewal with their national membership and receive a discount.
Members can also purchase memberships to multiple chapters.
If you are not a Power Member this is a great opportunity to become one. ATD has so much to offer.
Chapter Event Sponsor Opportunity
BECOME A SPONSOR
Come partner with us to share your story of how your company supports Talent Development and further our mission to champion Talent Development professionals.
There are many ways to get involved: Sponsoring Chapter meetings, Special Interest Groups (SIGs), Special Events, Food, Give-Aways, and Presentation Opportunities.
Connect with our President Lara Azcona either by email or LinkedIn to get involved with our growing chapter.
Why did we win?
First, your chapter achieved CARE for 2022! Second, your chapter had submitted two Sharing Our Success (SOS) best practices: “Hybrid Virtual/In-Person Chapter” and “Risk Assessment.” The Chapter Recognition Committee was impressed with these submission because chapters are really looking for ways to plan safe hybrid programming and this submission is a great example of how to do so. This submission is definitely a best practice. Nice work!
Congratulations again on your accomplishment!
Recognition letter from Tony Bingham ATD President and CEO