ACSA launches new Association Management System with member profiles

July 12, 2017

ACSA is proud to announce the launch of the latest feature addition to the ACSA AMS - a fully personalized member profile. This profile went live on July 1, and is available for use now.

Our public ACSA website already provides a wide variety of information about ACSA, and the many ways we serve our members, and by extension, the 6.2 million school children in California. Each ACSA member now has a secure member profile listing that will allow them personalized access to our website and the many benefits provided by their membership.

Once logged in, members will have access to Members Only benefits, resources and news.

The user profile is a valuable professional tool. Soon, ACSA will use it to communicate with members from the ACSA website. Members will be able to use their profile preferences to receive a message informing them each time we post news, announcements or upcoming events on the website. There will also be access to members-only content, resources and more.

Over time, members will be able to easily register for upcoming events and career development opportunities. Eventually, there will also be the ability to send or receive messages to and from colleagues without listing an email address or other sensitive information.

This profile is only the beginning, and we will be adding more content, resources and communications capabilities over time. We invite members to login and explore their member profile at www.acsa.org/member-login. If you forgot your password or are logging in for the first time, simply click on the Forgot Password link to enter your email address and new or revised password.

If you have any questions please contact memberservices@acsa.org.

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