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Protocol Pointers - Part II

In the second of our two-part series, we'll address Chief of Protocol for the State of Georgia Abby Turano's best protocol resources and ideas for making a guest's vi

Making Events Accessible

During our first 2014 Event Coordinators’ Network summer field trip, we visited the AMAC Accessibility Solutions and Resource Center.

Protocol Pointers -Part I

Protocol Pointers – Part I

Meetings for Cross-Cultural Audiences

One of the advantages to being in a university setting is that we are surrounded by different cultures.

Resolve to Truly Resolve

The beginning of the new year always energizes me.

Georgia Tech Student Ambassadors

As an event and meeting planner, you can only be in one place at a time, but there are always several things going on at once.

Stressed? It Might Just be Your Job's Fault!

Feeling anxious, irritable, and behind the eight ball? Don’t worry – you’re probably not the only one.

Event Volunteering – your next networking opportunity

Networking is an important part of career growth and advancement. While we all recognize that we need to do it, our busy schedules often limit our opportunities.

Save the Date for our Annual Event Coordinators’ Network Workshop!

It is time to mark your calendars for the fourth annual ECN Workshop, which will take place Wednesday, August 8,

Event Planner Profile: Shawn Stinson and Anne Minty

Last December, the newly renovated Historic Academy of Medicine at Georgia Tech reopened, and the venue has since been a flurry of activity.


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