Your PCC Virtual Connection……“Get Connected and Grow”
October PCC Calendar of Virtual Events
Happy October! As many of us within the mailing Industry turn the page on FY20, we begin implementing new organizational strategies for FY21, so too will many highly successful PCCs. During the month of October many PCC Executive Boards will meet to start planning their event calendars for the upcoming year. By following this PCC Best Practice, they are able to hit the ground running by kicking off the new year sharing the PCC event calendar with their members. PCCs can also use the calendar as a great way to invite and encourage potential new members to join their local PCC to Get Connected and Grow!
With that in mind, your PCC connection continues by attending one or several of the many engaging PCC virtual educational events being hosted by various PCCs nationwide throughout the month of October. Over the past several months PCC virtual events have been a huge success with increased attendance nationwide! With a large variety of engaging topics to choose from, including Mail Design Professional Certification classes, virtual events are a perfect opportunity to collaborate and network with other PCCs, while enhancing your skills to help you succeed and Grow!
Don’t forget to qualify for a 2021 PCC Premier Certificate Award based on the level of excellence you are striving to achieve, your PCC is required to participate in a minimum number of nationwide PCC webinar/Zoom educational events hosted by the PCC Advisory Committee or the National HQ PCC Program Office throughout the year. Participating in the Thursday, October 8th PCC Collateral October National Webinar is a great way to achieve that requirement.
To join us, simply click here and select the events you are interested in attending and register today!
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