We are happy to announce a new meeting for November and beyond! The meeting will feature Todd Ellison, the Records Administrator for the City of Durango, CO. The topic will be the timely "Achieving A Work/Life Balance: A COVID-19-Era Lesson For Us All". Click here for more information.
For December, our speaker will be Caroline Walters (UVA), who will discuss E-mail Management. Additional meeting information for February 2021 and our retooled Spring Seminar in April 2021 will be coming soon!
State of the ARMA Triangle Chapter/ June 2020
Please click the link below for a presentation on the State of the ARMA Triangle Chapter for June 2020. Includes information on:
-Membership -Financials -Leadership -Philanthropy -Programs -Highlights and Successes -Strategic Direction
If you have a cornhole bag at home, Haven House needs you! We are running a Backyard Edition of our Battle of the Bags cornhole tournament starting Sunday. $10 to play. Single Player. Simple rules give you a full day to play your match. Register at http://www.havenhousenc.org/cornhole If you don’t have a board, there is an awesome raffle you can enter to support Haven House and their efforts to help homeless and at-risk youth during these challenging times. Thank you!
Announcement about the ARMA Triangle Seminar 2020
The Board of the Triangle Chapter of ARMA has decided to reschedule what would have been the Spring Seminar 2020 to April 2021. As one who already registered, you have two options - leave your registration as is to apply to next April, or request a full refund now. Please let us know what you prefer; some people may decide to leave the fee as 'paid' in case their budget has been reduced for next year and you want to leave things as is for the April 2021 Seminar. Either is fine, so just let us know your preference by sending a note to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Luminary Award winning Triangle Chapter of ARMA International is a Not for Profit 501(c)3 organization that has a commitment to providing education and networking opportunities to local Records and Information Management professionals. Our membership is drawn from pharmaceuticals, local and state government, health care, legal, utilities, private businesses, imaging, and document storage just to name a few.
We hold informative monthly meetings from September to May each year on current issues affecting the Records and Information Management industry and provide professional development and networking opportunities to our members and guests.
The ARMA Triangle Chapter proudly supports Haven House Services of North Carolina. Haven House Services strengthens youth and young adults through effective programs, advocacy and community mobilization.
Haven House Services was founded in 1973 to provide community-based services to at-risk youth and their families in Wake County.
Haven House Services grew out of an incident in 1972 that illuminated the gaps in services for struggling young people in the community. Rev. Al Dimmock, a local pastor, was volunteering in juvenile court when the court faced the case of a young girl who could not go home, was not appropriate for training school, and had no other options.
Please contact Emily Singletary if you would like further information about our involvement or would like to volunteer at our next philanthropic activity.