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>> Saturday, May 30, 2009

Please remember that this is the final weekend to enter the INA Membership Giveaway. (full details at this link)

This giveaway is worth $95. That is about 10 movies that you don't need to skip so that you can get your INA Membership for the upcoming year.

Here is a breakdown of what you need to do:
Starting on Friday, May 15 and running through Monday June 1, we will offer you the opportunity to win a one year INA Nanny membership (Valued at $95) If you are already an INA member we will pay your membership for the following year.

You can gain entries by doing any or all of the following.

1. Sign up to follow either blog. (Each blog counts for 1 entry so if you sign up for all 4 you will get 4 entries). Please leave a comment at each blog stating that you signed up to follow or already do.

2. Talk about this give away and post a link to our blogs on your blog, talk about it to a yahoogroup, or post about it on a message board like NannyNetwork , Nanny Island Twitter it, or put it on Facebook.Send us a copy or a link and each one will count as an entry.Send it to (put INA Giveaway in subject)


3. In addition to that you will get double entries for posting on any of our blogs

a. Why you want to be a member of a professional organization,


b. What it means to you to be a member of a professional nanny group.

The winner will be chosen from


Anonymous May 30, 2009 at 7:51 PM  

so excited about it :) I have been hard at work posting ALL the time. I love that you guys are doing this. Thanks. I know for me being part of a nanny organization is so important. I need it back in my life win or loose

Anonymous May 31, 2009 at 8:21 AM  

When I first started a local nanny support group 9 years ago, there was NAN and INA. I couldn't afford to travel to conferences, and felt that the money to join would be wasted.

I still have to watch finances, but have found many nanny chatlists and boards online that have supplemented my in-person connections to local nannies. And many of them talked of the professional organizations that enriched them so much. By the time I was ready to join something larger, NAN was dissolving and NANC was starting up and looking for help to gear up. So that became my focus, and has been very fulfilling. I do think that establishing an affordable, accessible nationwide optional nanny credentialling process will greatly improve the way the public sees nannies as professionals at the same time it raises the quality of care for children. And it will put free trainings in place for nannies nationwide, for improving skills and core knowledge.

I joined APN, Association of Professional Nannies, which has been quiet of late. But since I run a local group in my spare time, I understand how life's demands can put a beloved project on hold for awhile. I'm hanging in and waiting to see its resurgence.

INA has just been too expensive for me, but others have been enthusiastic about the conferences and other member benefits. I'd like to see all the professional organizations working together, and I'd like to belong to INA in order to get a better sense of the group than I have from the outside.

maric May 31, 2009 at 11:32 AM  

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