November 18, 2022

Navigate Annapolis and Advocate Effectively

with MACo’s Immersion Training

MACo's Annapolis Immersion training program is back to help county officials and professionals navigate the Maryland General Assembly Session. This training is perfect as a primer for new officials and new legislative staff, or as a refresher for returning officials and staff.

-Registration is FREE for MACo Members (county elected officials and professionals). 

-Non-members will be invited to attend with a $75 registration fee if the training is not full by December 10. Non-members may email Allison Valliant to be put on the waitlist.

-Space is limited and the deadline to register is December 10, 2022, so please register today!

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MACo Welcomes New Corporate Partner!

Tyler Maryland, previously NIC Maryland, develops and supports digital government services. We are Marylanders who understand the unique needs of agencies and our fellow citizens. Since 2011, the Annapolis-based team has worked with Maryland state agencies, boards, commissions, and local government to develop more than 150 innovative digital government products and services. Tyler Maryland is dedicated to building essential services that connect Maryland citizens and businesses with Maryland government.

Thank you to Tyler Maryland for being a MACo Bronze Corporate Partner!

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