Congratulations to CMAA’s Newest Certified Club Managers
CMAA is proud to announce that 25 club management professionals have attained the designation of Certified Club Manager (CCM). The CCM designation indicates that a club management professional has completed a rigorous course of study and training and shows a dedication to proficiency and expertise in club management. 

Listen to 2017 Conference Recordings on CMAA University
The recordings for many of the CMAA 90th World Conference on Club Management education sessions are now available on CMAA University for members who purchased Full Conference or Education-Only registration. Conference attendees can earn up to five additional CMI credits online, by watching at least five hours of Conference education that they did not already earn credits for in Orlando and submitting the 2017 World Conference Credit Request form. The top five highest-rated recorded sessions will be available to all members later this summer.

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The Manager in Development for Mentees and Mentors
The Manager in Development (MID) program has long helped club managers prepare for the certification pathway, exposing them to diverse departments within a club operation under the supervision of a Certified Club Manager. Beginning in 2018, the MID program will also help certified managers hone their mentorship skills and meet the new mentorship component of the Certified Chief Executive (CCE) designation. Learn more about whether the MID Program on CMAA University is right for you and your mentee or mentor.