AUSA expands relationships with EANGUS and The Patriot Project
As part of the Association of the U. S. Army’s commitment to support the National Guard, AUSA has announced an expanded relationship with the Enlisted Association of the National Guard of the United States (EANGUS).
To recognize this affiliation, enlisted guardsmen who are AUSA members will receive a one-year National Associate membership in EANGUS beginning Dec. 31, 2017, unless they opt out.
AUSA Industry Partner members may opt in to a one-year EANGUS National Associate Membership at no cost.
This new program will provide AUSA’s enlisted National Guard and Industry Partner members with access to the Higher Education Resource Center that specifically addresses the needs of the National Guard and includes information on the EANGUS scholarship program.
AUSA members who also take advantage of this opportunity will find it beneficial to their professional development.
EANGUS has signed a corresponding agreement with AUSA that will provide a digital AUSA membership to its nearly 38,000 members.
Those who are already members of both professional organizations will continue to receive their full benefits.
The Patriot Project
AUSA has also recently partnered with The Patriot Project and its nearly 7,000 members.
The Patriot Project is a grassroots initiative formed by chiropractors to make chiropractic care readily available to service members and their families, wounded warriors and Gold Star family members.
As part of this new partnership, all members of The Patriot Project will become AUSA members and will have the opportunity, as members of this professional development association, to receive information on current challenges facing the Army and national defense, and to connect with their local communities through their AUSA chapter affiliation.
AUSA welcomes our new members from these great organizations as we continue our mission to: Educate – Inform – Connect.
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