It's been a loooonnnngggg winter - and now's the time to focus on warmer weather and what it means ... good music & barbeque!
Join us June 2-4, 2015, in Memphis, Tennessee, for the Blues, BBQ's and Government News NAGC Communications School!
We’re working on a prolific list of speakers from across the country, as well as workshops that are sure to “make your mouth water!” If you have a studded pantsuit, dust it off…there can never be enough Elvis sightings! Check out the draft program for a sneak peek - and register today. Join us in looking forward to a great combination of knowledge sharing, food, music, and fun!
Call for NAGC Officer Nominations
Deadline for Nominations: Mar. 13, 2015
Download the Call for Officers with complete details
Do you want to help guide the next generation of government communications best practices? Do you consider yourself a mover and a shaker in the world of government communications? Are you a government communicator with experience to share? If you answered yes to any of these questions, now is the time to get involved! The National Association of Government Communicators is seeking nominations for five Board of Directors’ positions: Treasurer, Education Director, Communications Director, Professional Development Director, and Marketing Director. The right to vote and to hold office in the NAGC is limited to Active, Affiliate, or Organization/Agency members.
NAGC Webinar: "Salary and Trends Survey: Government Communicators Speak Out"
Tuesday, Mar. 24, 2015, 3:00-4:00 pm
The first national analysis of
salaries and trends of government communicators in seven years was released just
a few months ago. The report, commissioned by NAGC, reveals telling information
about salaries, trends, work habits and social media engagement for
communicators at the federal, state and local levels. Former NAGC President Gene Rose, who now is president of At Last Communications,
conducted the survey. He'll share his insights on the industry and share
survey results, including:
the biggest work benefit desired by
why technology is the largest concern for federal
the shift in degrees being sought by government
what job positions are attracting the best salaries
shifts in social media engagement
what government communicators like most
and least about their jobs
See how your position compares with
national colleagues. Register for this webinar today!
Join us for the...
June 2-4, 2015
Sheraton Memphis Downtown Hotel,
Registration is now open!
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Draft Program (as of Feb. 16, 2015)
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About the NAGC Communications School
The Communications School is the only
event of its kind that provides invaluable networking opportunities and
practical educational sessions to help government communicators
increase their skills. The coveted NAGC Government Communicator of the
Year Award is presented during the Communications School and honors an
individual who has brought forth government's message with a high
standard of professionalism and ethics.
Who Should Attend
Federal, state, and local government
communicators, including contractors who direct and facilitate
government communications - editors, writers, graphic artists,
webmasters, video professionals, broadcasters, photographers,
information specialists and agency spokespersons.