NAWIC BUILDS YOUR CAREER . . . .
The Value of a NAWIC Membership
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For more than 50 years, NAWIC has helped women take advantage of the opportunities in construction. Whether you want to embark on a new career, establish a networking base, be a mentor/mentee, make a difference in your community, continue your education, or invest in great friendships, NAWIC offers a variety of opportunities; large and small.
Savvy NAWIC members, business owners and managers can expect value from their investment in NAWIC. NAWIC membership affords many opportunities.
Professional benefits available through NAWIC are endless:
Professional Certification Programs NAWIC Education Foundation (NEF):
Education is highly valued within NAWIC. Opportunities for your educational advancement include:
Profitable business opportunities are available through NAWIC:
NAWIC Meets Employers’ Needs:
As an employer, you know you have basic needs which must be met for your business to remain competitive. You must have dedicated, multi-skilled employees, increased productivity and company recognition. As the premier Association for women working in the construction industry, NAWIC helps you meet your needs.
Investment Dollars & $ense (Real $ vs. Actual Cost) - Monetary value of benefits of a NAWIC membership:
$1,200 - Industry-specific technical training
$1,500 - Business, management and marketing training
$500 - Legislative updates
$600 - Legal updates
$600 - Networking value at regional conferences
$500 - Mentoring opportunities
$200 - Product knowledge gained at meetings
$200 - Company credibility from association with NAWIC
$200 - Publicity and exposure through participation
$5,500 - REAL DOLLAR VALUE*
Actual Cost - $420-520 (National & chapter dues, 1-2 regional conferences per year)
*This model was based on the cost of separate fees and tuition for classes and seminars offered through higher-learning institutions and businesses.