The Association is the only international society of leaders actively leading and managing community animal shelters/animal control agencies.
It’s Monday, and that means we’re here to share timely need-to-know info from your colleagues in the field. Today’s tip comes from the Shelter Medicine Academic Consortium.
Thank you to everyone who joined us last week for Ukraine Update with Greater Good Charities. The Association’s Katherine Shenar interviewed Greater Good’s Noah Horton, Denise Bash, and John Peaveler about their current efforts to assist Ukrainian refugees and their pets.
Did you know that we’ve expanded the requirements to make the Certified Animal Welfare Administrator program more inclusive? Take this quiz to find out if you qualify to sit for the CAWA exam—and earn the only leadership credential in the animal welfare industry. Create your own user feedback survey Learn More The Bottom Line on CAWAHow to Become a CAWAQuiz: Take a Mini CAWA Exam.
Heard of the meet-cute? How about a recruit-cute… This week’s tip comes courtesy of an agency that increased their applicant pool for open positions with some smart messaging and a couple of clicks. Has your organization been struggling with attracting and recruiting applicants to your open entry-level positions? Burlington Animal Services typically lists these roles in the usual places where most local government offices post jobs.
The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement is excited to release the results of the 2021 Biennial Compensation & Benefits Survey, since 2003 the only one of its kind designed with the knowledge and skills unique to animal welfare. And this year’s report is especially meaningful.