GSA Network launched its national program in 2005 after receiving requests for assistance from several organizations around the nation. The goals of the National Program are:
The National Association of GSA Networks is a collaborative partnership of state and regional organizations that share best practices on supporting GSA clubs. The National Association’s purpose is to support the growth of the GSA movement by connecting state and regional GSA networks to each other for information-sharing, networking, and peer exchange, including the annual National Gathering.
Learn more or join the National Association of GSA Networks.
Members of the National Association of GSA Networks can receive training and technical assistance from GSA Network. Topics may include:
Don’t have a GSA network in your state? Learn how you can create one based on GSA Network’s model in California. Today, 37 states have a GSA network! Our goal? 50 states by 2020!
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To learn more about our national program, or to request training or technical assistance, contact GSA Network’s National Program Manager, Alan Ratliff, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-552-4229.