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Membership

As of January 1, 2013, membership to NJCART is FREE.

 

Attend a Meeting

You don’t have to be a member of NJCART to support our activities and benefit from our resources.  Here are just a few ideas:

 

cart-meeting-1NJCART hosts, or participates in, various meetings throughout the state where participants can network with other professionals and AT users. At every meeting, guest speakers present on a variety of topics relevant to the field of assistive technology. Past topics include AT resources for Traumatic Brain Injury, supporting literacy and a panel discussion of individuals who use wheelchairs.

NJCART meetings are open to the public for a $15 fee per person. You can pay just $10 per person if you bring a friend or colleague!

 

Join the Conversation!

The NJCART listserv is a free service for a growing email group of people interested in AT in the New Jersey area. It’s a great forum to ask tough AT questions, find out about the newest technology, tell others about upcoming events you are sponsoring, or announce new job openings.

To join, send an email with the subject line “NJCART listserv” to Stephanie Talalai at stalalai@njcu.edu. Be sure to include your full name and the email address to include in the group.

 

Host a Meeting

Hosting a meeting is a great way to attract other professionals to your facility and cart-meeting-2showcase the features of your center, school or business. Bringing NJCART into your own backyard is also a great way to share the resources and networking benefits of our organization with more of your own colleagues who may be interested in becoming more active with assistive technology in New Jersey. For more information about becoming a host site, contact Joanne at TecConn@aol.com

 

 

Volunteer

There are many ways to support NJCART. You can suggest a topic for the next meeting (email TecConn@aol.com), join the Welcome Wagon (email tlee@gramon.org), or contribute content for our quarterly newsletter (email adam@adamkrassconsulting).

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