What are SIGs?
Special interest groups (SIGs) are informal groups that provide our ATD members opportunities for exploring professional development in specific areas of interest; opportunities for sharing their expertise with other members; and opportunities to network with colleagues. Chapters may form a SIG when strong interest exists within the chapter’s membership.
ATD Dallas Chapter has 5 SIGs which meet regularly and present on various topics. These groups are:
How do I form a SIG?
Your chapter board should first determine the type of interest group(s) that would best meet the chapter’s needs. Once a determination has been made, the next step is to form the subgroup(s). If you have an idea for a SIG, please reach out to …
Is membership mandatory?
Membership in a SIG is voluntary. All SIG members continue to belong, pay dues to, and receive benefits from the chapter. SIGs may charge dues, but nonpayment should not carry any punitive action or affect the individual’s chapter membership status.