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Now Accepting Speaker Proposals for 2016 World Conference

The Education Department is now accepting proposals to present at our 2016 World Conference on Club Management and Club Business Expo. Begin by downloading the proposal form and a PDF of Bloom's Taxonomy. Be sure to reference Bloom's Taxonomy when formulating your focused learning objectives. All proposals to present a program are due no later than May 22, 2015, and must be submitted to David McCabe. We will review all submitted proposals and the notification of speakers will be made in June.

EPA Says Waters of the US Rule Will Be Finalized in 2015

In a recent House Committee Hearing, Ken Kopocis, the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) deputy assistant administrator for water, testified that the final Waters of the US Rule is slated to be released this spring and will become effective by October 1, 2015. Further, he shared that the rule – which the EPA is now calling the "Clean Water Rule" will include changes to the proposed definition of tributaries, floodplains and riparian areas. Learn more.

Certificate Programs Now Available on CMAA University

CMAA, in partnership with Bronze Alliance Partner McGladrey, presents the first module of the Accounting and Financial Management Certificate. Sign in and learn more about the certificate in the Certificate Programs area that lives in the CMAA Member Education carousel. If you have questions, please contact Sarah Bal.

Attention Students – Apply for the Joe Perdue Scholarship by May 1

Are you an undergraduate student pursuing a managerial career in the club industry? If so, the Joe Perdue Scholarship is a great vehicle to help you on your way! The full guidelines and application packet are available on the Foundation's website. Completed applications are due to The Club Foundation no later than May 1, 2015. Contact Nichole Rhodes at with any questions.

CMAA Launches 2027 Club Professional Initiative

The CMAA Board of Directors has unanimously launched the 2027 Club Professional Initiative, a program designed to ensure that the specialized competencies of club management professionals meet the changing world by focusing on the development of the necessary skills for continued success. This initiative coincides with CMAA's centennial year and begins in 2015 with changes to Business Management Institute V, and continuing with new educational programs and initiatives for many years to come. Read more... 


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