Take the Challenge! IAFE Education Foundation – Jim Tucker Fund
The Jim Tucker Fund was established in 2015 in honor of long-time IAFE CEO and Executive Director Jim Tucker. Jim’s vision for the Fair industry includes continued professional education for IAFE members. The Jim Tucker Fund will assist in bringing world class educators to the convention and meetings.
We challenge you to give to this important endeavor.
Check out the featured IAFE Member of the Month!
Join the YPI Steering Committee
Applications are now being accepted for the YPI Steering Committee. The YPI is comprised of dozens of under-40 fair industry leaders who are passionate about the progression and future of fairs. YPI Steering Committee members serve two-year terms and are responsible for:
- Participating in bi-monthly conference calls
- Assisting with planning YPI events at conventions and conferences
- Recruiting and encouraging new under-40 professionals to join YPI
- Attending YPI events at conventions and conferences
More information about the YPI Committee can be found here.
The Choice Is Yours: 2016 IAFE Convention Workshop Topics
Please vote for workshop topics you would like to see at the 2016 IAFE Annual Convention. There are hundreds of suggestions, so please only vote 20 times per day. The survey will continue as long as you keep voting. Feel free to add your own suggestion if you do not see the topic.
Help us get the word out, and share the link with your fair friends.
Join us for a cost effective method to received industry education. Remember, only one site registration ($59) is required – you can have as many people sitting around the computer as you want! These are great sessions to bring in the entire board, other staff members, and/or volunteers. Click here for a complete listing of the 2016 CyberSeminars
The latest on the Igniter Discussion Forum!
Have you check out the latest topics on the Igniter forum? Fellow fair industry professionals are discussing what is on their minds and what is affecting their fair or business in real time. Here's what is being discussed now: