This orientation is the final step of your application process. The morning session is about association membership benefits, expectations, marketing, and how to use the R trademark.
The morning session of New Member Orientation covers member benefits on the local state and national levels, how to participate with the board, staff introductions, and more. Anti-trust and fair housing will also be addressed.
Professional Ethics course taught by Bill Mullen, GBAR Legal Counsel and Director of Risk Management. This is a required part of the New Member Orientation, for which participants will receive 2 CEU's.