We’ve had several people tell us recently that they haven’t found a system that approaches group software quite like MemberHub. Everytime I hear this it makes me smile. Of course it’s uplifting to learn that someone finds our product unique, but what’s more encouraging is that it continues to validate our approach towards our “group software”. So what’s the difference?
We have made an enhancement to the combined calendar feature in MemberHub. When you’re logged into MemberHub there is a Calendar link at the top. This Calendar has always served as just a read-only view of events from all the hub calendars that you’re a member of. For example, if you are in the Facility Team Hub and Worship Team Hub at your church, you’ll see events from both of… read more →
“Oops! I forgot to give you that…” The infamous words from your child’s mouth that describe the devilish disappearing act in which the school book bag performs weekly. A distant cousin to the sock-eating dryer, the book bag is a deep and dark hole where endless papers, newsletters and forms fill its void. But is the book bag really to blame? Is it the child, or is it the school?
Last year in the state of North Carolina 580 students dropped out of high school due to a lack of engagement between school and household. We’ve always known that it is important to a child’s education for their parents to be involved, but now with the recent passing of the Family Engagement in Education Act, parents are required by federal law to care about their child’s education.
MemberHub has partnered with the NCaeyc this August, for the entire month, to host a Facebook contest that will facilitate relationships between early childhood education professionals and give away prizes! The goal of this contest is to encourage school professionals to share ideas and resources…and to win free stuff of course!
Between careers, kids, spouses, church, soccer games, and oh yeah, that thing they call leisure, who doesn’t feel like their life is over-committed? As adults we get so caught up in getting ahead, we forget that slowing down to enjoy the view is what gives life its richness. So how do you deal with all the obligations to remain sane and when we’re feeling over-committed, how do we spread the… read more →