MPIKC is proud to announce an exciting fundraising raffle opportunity that is sponsored by Visit Anchorage Alaska!
MPIKC Fundraising Raffle is offering a trip that is on many people’s bucket list. Here is your chance to have a trip of a lifetime! Purchase your raffle ticket online here!
Winner will receive all of the following:
- 2 nights lodging at the Hilton Anchorage Hotel
- 2 nights lodging at the Hotel Captain Cook
- 2 tickets to take the 26 Glacier Cruise
- 2 tickets to the Alaska Railroad
- 2 – $200 airline vouchers
Cost of raffle tickets: $30 for one ticket or $75 for three tickets
This trip is only valid and must be used between May 1, 2018 – September 30, 2018. Trip is valued over $2,300.
Winner will be announced at the MPIKC Professional Education Conference on April 10, 2018.
Congrats to the 2018-19 MPIKC Board of Directors!
Immediate Past President – Andrea O’Hara, CMP
President – Devin Carver, CMP
President-Elect –Danica Tolen
VP Membership –Kyle Sadewhite
Director of Member Care –Janet O’Hagan, CMP
Director of Leadership –Tracey Kemper, CMP
VP Education – Audra Ebelsheiser
Director of Monthly Programs –Alicia Menz, CMP
Director of Professional Edu. Conference – Whitney Butler
VP Communications – Lily Firnhaber
VP Finance – Corey Ringh
Director of Special Events – Andrea Larimer
Director of Sponsorship Sales – Sarah Dyerson
In honor of Global Meetings Industry Day MPI will offer $100 off New Premier & Preferred membership:
April Membership campaign: MPIGMID18
- $100 off NEW Premier and Preferred Levels of membership.
- Begin Date: 04/10/2018
- End Date: 04/25/2018
What is the MPI Academy? It is the one-stop shop for members for meeting and event industry skill training, CE credits and certificate courses. Features live and on-demand instructor-led courses and webinars – its the perfect resource for the job you have or the job you want!
Visit the MPI Academy for more information.
Changes to CMP-IS: Impacts for 2017 Exams and Beyond
What does this change mean for those taking the 2017 exam and subsequent exams? Really, just a change in the emphasis or numbers of items (exam questions) in some domains, and the elimination of Domain J items (2 questions, replaced by the CMP Code of Ethics).
There are a few new skill statements, however, addition of items to the CMP exam occurs over time. The writing of new items, whether for a new skill or for established ones, goes through a rigorous process before they are included as items on an exam. That includes subject matter expert (CMP) writing, psychometric re-writes, Item Review panel analysis, confirmation of references in study texts, pretesting, more statistical analysis, more committee review and, finally, live testing.
In summary, candidates should not be concerned or expecting major changes with this iteration of the CMP-IS.