MCAA’s New Brochure Can Help You Start a Student Chapter

November 4, 2016

If your experience at the 2016 Student Chapter and Mechanical Contractors Summit inspired you to organize an MCAA student chapter, “Starting an MCAA Student Chapter” can help.

The brochure is revised, redesigned and updated to cover all the steps involved in organizing a new MCAA student chapter as well as the benefits of the program to help you recruit members.

The colorful brochure explains:

  • How MCAA’s student chapter program works with local affiliated associations that sponsor chapters;
  • The grants and scholarships, funded by the Mechanical Contracting Education & Research Foundation (MCERF), that help support chapter activities and projects and travel to the Summit and MCAA’s convention;
  • The MCAAGreatFutures.org website that helps students find internships and full-time positions and learn more about our industry; and
  • Who to contact for more help and information.

Download your copy.

 

 

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