CMAA has embraced the latest technology to deliver the most relevant and timely information to our members across all social media and online platforms. Follow CMAA across the web and keep up to date with the latest Association and club industry news.
CMAA's Outlook provides the latest and most relevant industry and Association news delivered to your inbox every other Friday. Be educated and informed!
When you connect to www.cmaa.org via your mobile device, you will have instant access to the mobile version of the website. It has been constructed for easy navigation on your smart phone whether you are using a BlackBerry, iPhone, Android or other device.
CMAA University is the expansion of CMAA's Lifetime Professional Development program featuring dynamic, online learning. This resource now features more courses, more content and more opportunities for you to further your club management goals.
Webinars - Virtual seminars are a great way to attain top-notch education with minimum expense or conflict. Take advantage of this medium and tap into powerful education.
CMAA also gives members their own e-mail address - ex: firstname.lastname@example.org. This address then redirects to an e-mail of the member's choice thus keeping that member's 'real e-mail' hidden.
Contact CMAA through e-mail to specific staff or use the general mailbox address.
Twitter is a microblogging service that CMAA uses to send short text-based posts. Referred to as "tweets," these short messages push updates and interests to followers.
CMAA uses Facebook, a social networking site, to connect members of the Association. Pertinent information is posted on CMAA's wall so that users can stay up to speed on Association announcements.
CMAA uses Flickr to manage and share the Association's photo collection. Arranged by event, the images are then divided into collections, making large quantities of images available with only a few mouse clicks. Easily accessible, Flickr can be viewed on multiple platforms including laptops, smart phones and iPads. Members can easily download photos for professional use.
CMAA now has a presence on Pinterest: a social, pin board-style, photo-sharing website that allows users to manage their photos through themed-based collections. Images on the site are called 'pins' and the user's themed collections are 'boards'. Club managers and their staff members may browse our boards to see pins outlining current practices and ideas for club operations.
The official CMAA member-only LinkedIn group provides an online discussion forum for club management and professional advancement issues.
The online calendar lists CMAA university-based courses, events and deadlines as well as important dates provided by chapters, allied and international associations. Contacts, links and details often accompany the entry.
CMAA produces two blogs which provide pertinent and up to date content for CMAA managers in club operations. The Back of the House blog is brought to CMAA members by Premier Club Services. This resource is updated weekly with perspectives from industry experts on operations an legal information as well as practical facts and best practices. Blog content is inspired from member questions received by our Research Department. The Legislative Report blog provides timely information on federal and state legislation and regulations and state trends as well as the myriad issues affecting the private club industry.
CMAA disseminates member information in multiple ways, including electronically. If you have not been receiving current announcements from CMAA or if you have opted out of any e-mails in the past, please visit the Get Mail page to make sure we have your current information.