Would you like to create an ACEI Network Group?
ACEI encourages members to join together in communities. One way to do this is to form a Network Group. A Network Group is a community of people with similar interests or concerns who interact and remain in contact for mutual assistance or support. ACEI Network Groups provide opportunities for professional camaraderie and the exchange of information.
These groups are not limited by geography. Virtual groups can use new communication technologies to connect member-to-member. If members are located at a distance, they may form virtual groups, using such technologies as conference calls, Skype, email, or other methods of communication to remain connected.
Network Groups can exist almost anywhere—cities, rural areas, across global regions, or on university campuses. A Network Group, therefore, can just as easily serve the purpose of connecting members in one village as in one nation.
Network Groups are organic in nature. They form when an interest or need arises to come together as a community of ACEI members somewhere in the world and they disband when the interest or need abates. Members share a passion for, and commitment to, the ACEI mission and share this mission with others.
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