As the end of the year rolls around, we wanted to say thank you to all the many fantastic volunteers that help PLUS provide for the professional liability insurance industry. This year has brought difficulty and change across the board, but PLUS has risen to the challenge thanks to the help of volunteers throughout the industry.
We held our first virtual conference. Chapters stayed connected through virtual education and trivia. The new PLUS Connect App was launched to provide you timely, high quality content at your fingertips while also connecting you with PLUS members. We increased our offering of webinars, podcasts, and industry specific blog content. We also increased the number of eLearning modules available to earn your RPLU while celebrating nearly 198 colleagues who earned their RPLU and 18 who earned their RPLU+.
Throughout the year, PLUS volunteers are essential to the quality of our events, education, and the professional development opportunities we provide. Our volunteers spend countless hours of their time and energies to build top notch programs for PLUS members and industry professionals. We thank each and every volunteer for everything they’ve done in 2020, and look forward to new opportunities and connections in 2021.
Thank you volunteers!
Click here to see a full list of our 2020 volunteers
The PLUS Eastern Chapter has been busy in September. On September 13 the chapter hosted an educational and networking event (see the photos here), then on September 15 volunteers from the chapter spent an afternoon at Community Mainstreaming.
The volunteer event, part of the PLUS Foundation’s 2016 Chapter Charity program, saw the Eastern Chapter volunteers help with planting and landscaping at the charity. It was a beautiful day, and a great turnout.
Thanks to all the volunteers, and to the PLUS Foundation.
Last week over 40 dedicated PLUS volunteers descended on Boston for a great day of meetings to discuss the future of the Society. This annual event is a great opportunity to network with other volunteer leaders from across the country and around the world as well as share ideas and initiatives to move PLUS forward.
After a powerful day of sharing and learning, the attendees broke out of the hotel for a bit of fun on Boston’s famed Duck Boats. If you’re not familiar with the Duck Boats – they are essentially large military transports that can run on land or sea. This video will probably make it clearer than words can…
As you can see from the photos below, it was definitely a good time.
Late update: 2 photos of guest captains on the red Duck!