Forum Groups: Join Artemis for an Orientation
An Introduction and Overview
One of the best benefits of Artemis membership is the opportunity to participate in a forum group. On Monday, May 22, 5:30 -7:30 PM, in the Aspen Room of the Penrose Library, Board Director Karen Burghart will provide an overview and introduction of the forum group concept – we’ll discuss best practices, the history of forum groups, and techniques. You can also sign up to get involved in a group. Beverages and light snacks will be provided. There is no charge to attend for Artemis members, but please do RSVP at this link or by sending an email to email@example.com.Can’t attend on Monday, but interested in joining a forum group or learning more? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
What Are Forum Groups?
Artemis Forum groups are small groups that meet on a regular basis on their own schedule. They discuss their own topics. They are run independently of Artemis general member event programs. Groups may accept new members when their group has an opening, or others may choose to form a new group. There is a brief training involved to make you a better Forum member.
We regard these groups as your own “personal Board of Directors” and what happens in Forum, stays in Forum. These groups are a great opportunity to get to know 5 to 10 other Artemis members on an intimate level and continue to meet on a long term basis.