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ACCS, The Association of Connecticut Career Schools, is a statewide association of private business, vocational and technical post-secondary schools. The association represents around 20 campuses with over 30,000 students who receive targeted career training by schools that have been approved by the Connecticut Office of Higher Education and operate under its regulations and guidelines. www.ctcareerschools.org

 

The American Society for Experimental NeuroTherapeutics (ASENT) was established in 1997 by leaders in academia, government, advocacy and industry to facilitate the process by which new therapies are made available to patients with neurological disorders. ASENT engages in scientific exchanges to encourage connections between those involved in the discovery and development of Neurotherapeutics, and to provide opportunities for dialogue between these interested groups.  The society organizes education and training programs and publishes a quarterly journal, Neurotherapeutics®. It is led by a Board of Directors made up of representatives of the four constituent groups, and its primary goal is to encourage and advance the development of improved therapies for diseases and disorders of the nervous system. www.asent.org 

 

 

The Connecticut Irrigation Contractors Association is the leading membership organization for irrigation contractors and suppliers.  Founded in 1988 CICA promotes excellence in the field of landscape irrigation installation, CICA is dedicated to promoting excellence in the irrigation industry through education, training, networking, trade shows, civic awareness, consumer  protection and contractor licensing www.cicaweb.org

 

 

The Connecticut Environmental Council unites individuals, business and industry associations that engage in the responsible use of pesticides and fertilizers to beautify, protect and provide healthy spaces and places.  CTEC members are making Connecticut’s spaces and places beautiful, safe and pest-free. www.ctenvironmentalfacts.org

 

 

The Endocrine Fellows Foundation (EFF) was founded in 1990 by Dr. Sherman Holvey. This nonprofit foundation was established to provide a support system for endocrine fellows, helping them expand their professional capabilities and broaden their exposure to research. Currently EFF works with the American Diabetes Association (ADA) and the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR) to host educational programs for endocrinology fellows. EFF also works in conjunction with Columbia University and the National Institute of Health (NIH) to provide two in depth Preceptorship programs, one in Bone, and the other in Diabetes Research. EFF also provides two research grant opportunities for endocrinology fellows to receive funding for their research projects. www.endocrinefellows.org

 

 

The Hartford Dental Society (HDS), which was founded in 1899, is a member-based organization of dentists who either reside or have an office located in the Greater Hartford Area.  The HDS mission is to cultivate the science and art of dentistry and all its collateral branches; to elevate and sustain the professional character of its members; and to disseminate knowledge pertaining to the advancement of health. HDS has both a strong educational focus via its programing for dentists, in addition to a significant community service component, as indicated by the Smilemobile program, volunteer projects including Give Kids a Smile, as well as other local initiatives.  HDS members have a tripartite membership with the Connecticut State Dental Society and American Dental Society. www.hartfordds.org

 

 

For more than 80 years, members of the Society of Financial Service Professionals (FSP) have been helping individuals, families, and businesses achieve financial security.  With a strong commitment to providing financial services with integrity, the Society's nearly 20,000 members nationwide are uniquely qualified to assist the public in reaching their short- and long-term financial goals.  Society members can provide expert advice on wealth accumulation, wealth preservation, and wealth transfer, as well as a wide variety of other financial topics, from business compensation planning and employee benefits to charitable planning and tax issues.  Society members have earned – or are working towards – one or more of the most highly respected professional credentials in the financial services industry. They belong to a multidisciplinary organization of financial professionals that requires career-long education and adherence to high ethical standards, and they agree to be bound by a code of conduct that puts the interests of their clients above their own. www.fsp.org

 

 

The Hartford Medical Society (HMS) is a membership organization for physicians in clinical practice, those involved in research and or teaching, as well as for individuals who are interested in medical-related topics. Established in 1846, membership is open to those who work or reside in the Greater Hartford area.  A primary activity of HMS are the dinner lectures that include updates in clinical specialties, the history of medicine, and the humanities as they relate to medicine. The Society also maintains a historical medical library, located at the UCONN Health Center, which may be accessed by the general public. www.hartfordmedicalsociety.org

 

 

The Human Resource Leadership Forum of Southern New England is a membership organization composed of Central Connecticut and Massachusetts senior HR professionals, learning executives and organizational leaders responsible for managing human talent.  Membership to HRLEADERS-SNE is reserved for Senior Human Resource Professionals. http://www.hrlf.org

 

 

The International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) advances public safety for educational institutions by providing educational resources, advocacy, and professional development services. IACLEA is the leading voice for the campus public safety community. IACLEA was created by eleven college and university security directors who met in November of 1958 at Arizona State University to discuss job challenges and mutual problems and to create a clearinghouse for information and issues shared by campus public safety directors across the country. Today, IACLEA membership represents more than 1,200 colleges and universities in 20 countries. In addition to the colleges and universities, which are institutional members, IACLEA has 2,000 individual memberships held by campus law enforcement staff, criminal justice faculty members, and municipal chiefs of police. www.iaclea.org

 

 

The International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) is the premiere international professional association of physicians and other health professionals in the field of epilepsy.  It was founded in 1909 and has grown greatly in size and influence in recent years. The mission of the ILAE is to work towards a world where no person’s life is limited by epilepsy.   Its mission is to provide the highest quality of care and well-being for those afflicted with the condition and other related seizure disorders.The ILAE is overseen by an Executive Committee, currently of 16 persons, serving a four-year term. The President and the Executive Committee appoint Topic-Oriented Commissions and Task Forces, to carry out work for the ILAE.ILAE holds a global scientific conference once every two years (International Epilepsy Congress). Each Region holds a Regional Scientific Conference every two years, in the years when there is no global Conference, and every national Chapter holds a National Scientific Conference every year. www.ilae.org

 

 

The International Society for Autism Research (INSAR) is a scientific and professional organization, formed in 2001. Its mission is to present and promote an integrated approach to research on autism spectrum disorder (ASD). INSAR membership is open to indviduals engaged in academic or research activities (full members), graduate students and postdoctoral researchers (student members), and others (affiliate members) invested in the study of ASD.  The society membership has reached 1,200 and is growing each year.  The annual International Meeting for Autism Research (IMFAR) is the leading international scientific meeting to exchange, disseminate, and stimulate research on the nature of, causes of and treatments for ASD, and the best ways to support individuals with ASD and other stakeholders.  The annual IMFAR meeting hosts over 1,700 attendees from over 40 countries.    www.autism-insar.org

 

 

International Society for Musculoskeletal Imaging in Rheumatology (ISEMIR) brings together, through an educational nonprofit society, rheumatologists, radiologists and other specialists dedicated to the furtherance of the art and science of imaging as applied to musculoskeletal diseases.  ISEMIR provides the means for users, manufacturers and industry to promote matters related to imaging in musculoskeletal disease, in particular; validation, education, use in clinical practice and research, with the ultimate goal of improving patient outcomes. www.isemir.org

 

 

The National Association of Long Term Hospitals (NALTH) is the premier association representing long term acute care hospitals and associated professional staff committed to advancing the health, well-being and quality of care for medically complex patients who require prolonged hospital stays. Included in the care are specialized programs to achieve medical stability and maximum function. www.NALTH.org

 

 

The Connecticut Neonatal Nurses Association (CONN) was founded in 1978 and eventually became a chapter of the national association.  In 2001, the association became independent and renamed as the Connecticut Organization of Neonatal Nurses (CONN).  At present the organization is going through a name and scope transformation designed to cover the New England states with a new name, New England Association of Neonatal Nurses(NEANN).  NEANN is an organization of neonatal professionals promoting education, networking and community service.  CONN/NEANN became a client of Association Resources’ in February 2014. www.neann.org

 

 

The Network for Change and Continuous Innovation (NCCI) was originally formed as the National Consortium for Continuous Improvement in 1999 by national leaders in continuous improvement, organizational development, planning, quality, institutional effectiveness and related areas. NCCI’s mission is to advance sustainable excellence in higher education by promoting successful practices and approaches used to drive change, innovation, and continuous improvement across academic and administrative functions. In our respective institutions across the nation, members of NCCI are involved in addressing critical issues by converting policies and ideas into action and results. NCCI enables us to advance the effectiveness of our institutions through collaboration. Collectively, we have the capacity and desire to advance critical issues at a broader, national level through our specialized skills and experience. The Board of Directors approved a name change to the Network for Change and Continuous Innovation in 2012 to reflect the current roles of its members at higher education institutions. NCCI currently has about 70 institutional members and about 800 individual members. www.ncci-cu.org