The ILA is often approached by organizations wishing to partner with us. These are usually companies, universities, non-profits and others who are interested in extending listening capability in their organizations. Individual people can be ILA one or two year Members, and organizations can be Organizational Members, or ILA Affiliates. Small, or large organizations can become Partners of the International Listening Association. Businesses, universities, healthcare centers, voluntary organizations, music groups are all becoming part of the ILA worldwide network spanning 25 countries.
When your organization becomes an ILA Partner, the International Listening Association (ILA) agrees to:
Organizational Members are entitled to all of these benefits and more. For example, Organizational member companies can register two people to our ILA international convention for special reduced fees held annually at different locations throughout the world.
Apply to become an ILA Partner by clicking Join and choosing either the Organizational Membership or the Special Affiliate Status option.
Contact Jennifer Grau, Director, ILA Partners Program: firstname.lastname@example.org
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