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How to Join

Membership Fee:
The annual membership fee of $100 per year is payable by mail by sending a check. Current members may renew their memberships for an annual fee of $80. Mail-in payments must be made by check.

Annual membership covers a full 12 months, not a calendar year. Application and payment is possible at all the scheduled meetings. Renewing by credit card is available on-line.

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The easiest way to join is to click "Register" at the bottom of the menu section, enter a user name and password, then follow the instructions.  Be sure to click "Confirm Registration" to complete the process.  You will need to mail in your membership fee along with the application .pdf application and a copy of your resume or handbill. A confirmation email will be sent to you after payment and online registration are approved. 

You may also join at the ENG monthly meeting.  To expedite registration, complete the application form
. The (.pdf) form should be printed, filled out and brought to your first meeting along with your resume or handbill and a check for the membership fee.  You will still need to register online in order to have access to the web site.

Meeting Fees: Full members pay $5 per meeting for all day attendance.
Non-member “guests” may attend the afternoon meetings for a $20 fee.
Meeting fees are payable in cash or by check only.

First Time Attendee?
Bring 50 resumes/handbills to your first meetings.

 
 
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Upcoming Events

MONTHLY MEETING: The next ENG meeting is TUESDAY,  June 6. The keynote speaker is Tom Southall, VP-Global Innovation for ITW,  who will talk about, "What Executives Look for When Interviewing Executives".  ENG members are $5.  Guests are $20. Dress is business casual. Please bring 25 one-page handbills or business cards for networking. UPCOMING ENG DATES: Future dates of meetings are July 13 and August 10.

SKILLS WORKSHOPS: Note: The next Skills Workshop is Thursday, June 15 at the Schaumburg Library (130 South Roselle Road, Schaumburg, IL 60193, 847/985-4000) from 9:00-12:00.  Our presenter is Abby Kohut, an executive recruiter and career coach, who will conduct a workshop called "The Benefits of Being Overqualified".   Workshops are open to ENG members only and are free of charge. UPCOMING WORKSHOP DATES: July 20 and August 17.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES: ENG is proud of its skills based volunteer program, recipient of the 2011 Volunteer Program of the Year Award from HandsOn Suburban Chicago, that matches your professional skills to non-profit organizations with defined projects that can utilize your specific skills.  It is a great way to add project based consulting to a resume and to pay it forward.  For more information email www.handsonsuburbanchicago.org/Volunteers_Skills_Based