AWC’s Associate Member program gives you what you value most – a menu of opportunities that maximizes your return on investment.
$450 for less than 16 employees
$1000 for 16 or more employees
As a corporate partner, you define what you want to get out of your AWC/city partnership. Some partners want to work with AWC on projects or contribute to advisory committees. Others find their greatest value comes from interacting with city members at conferences and exhibits. However, you choose to connect, AWC will work with you to make your membership relevant.
Corporate membership benefits include:
For membership information, contact Michelle Harvey, 360-753-4137, email@example.com.
$300 for less than 16 employees
$500 for 16 or more employees
As a public agency/non-profit, you want AWC information and training, including our popular Labor Relations Institute, and to participate in our robust, cutting-edge member pooling programs. These programs are unique – they are member-driven, with a strong focus on cost-savings, prevention and customer service.
Public agency/non-profits membership benefits include:
For membership information, contact Shawna Rice, 360-753-4137, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The company must:
Granting of associate membership does not confer or imply an endorsement of the person, group, business, or product or service the associate member provides. associate membership is not automatic. The Chief Executive Officer has the authority to accept or reject any applicant or cancel membership at any time. Associate members will pay an annual fee for membership, which includes an array of benefits, many are described above.
2015 Associate member roster
It starts with a short form. Then you’ll be contacted by an AWC staff member and we’ll get the process going.
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AWC Board of Directors
Employee Benefit Trust
Risk Management Service Agency
Workers Comp Retro
Drug & Alcohol Consortium
AWC Annual Conference
City Action Days
Labor Relations Institute
Center for Quality Communities
Municipal Research and Services Center
National League of Cities