Join AASC Today and Become Our Newest Member
As an AASC member, you will gain access to a host of networking and professional development opportunities to make your job simpler. AASC meets the needs of professionals who are new to the field, as well as veterans and everyone in between. Join today and find out why 99% of our surveyed members would recommend membership to a colleague!
What is AASC?
AASC is a national not-for-profit membership association representing the resident service coordinator profession. Our 3,600+ members serve seniors, people with disabilities and low-income families living within affordable rental housing and the surrounding community.
Who belongs to AASC?
AASC members represent more than 960 organizations nationwide and consist of individual service coordinators, public housing authorities, state housing finance agencies, community action agencies, housing providers, owners, developers, property management companies as well as for-profit and not-for-profit organizations and companies who provide products and or services to residents.
Why should I join AASC?
As an AASC member, you are part of a growing organization that is making a difference in the service coordination industry. AASC serves its 3,600+ members by keeping them informed, helping them to do their jobs, and representing them on a state and national level. Plus, your membership saves you money along the way. What’s more, 90% of our members renew their memberships each year.
What is the value of an AASC membership?
Education and professional development — It’s what we’re all about. AASC is committed to giving our members every opportunity to grow and improve professionally through education, training and leadership opportunities.
Networking and engagement opportunities — They say, “It’s not always what you know but who you know.” We provide our members with the opportunity to expand their universe of peers through face-to-face events and social networking outlets.
Public policy — AASC’s strategic plan focuses on establishing legislative objectives, building relationships with Congressional representatives as well as key government agencies, and working with like-minded organizations to advocate for service coordination.
Discounts — Members enjoy substantial discounts on meeting and training registration fees, online tools such as AASC Online, the Professional Service Coordinator certificate program and many more.
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