Throughout the year PAMIC hosts an impressive schedule of educational events. Our speakers cover emerging issues that pertain to professionals across the insurance industry.
Seminars are an excellent place to network with Mutual companies from across Pennsylvania and the surrounding states.
The knowledge gained from attending our educational offerings has the potential to save your company time and help you better run your business. Many of these events offer CE and CLE credits.
PAMIC members receive discounted rates to our entire schedule of events.
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Networking is a large part of the mission of PAMIC. We provide our members with networking opportunities at each of our seminars throughout the year.
PAMIC also offers networking opportunities through committee memberships. As a committee member you will be tasked with the planning of one our educational seminars. Committees bring together 10-15 members each representing different companies.
Additionally, members are encouraged to produce articles for any of our publications. Our magazine the PAMIC Pulse is shared with our entire membership and published in hard copy twice the year.
PAMIC is the mutual insurance industry's most loyal advocate before the Pennsylvania state government and the region's consumers, and the most reliable, timely source of information on regulatory/legislative issues affecting the industry.
The PAC offers events for members to attend so that their voices can be heard before their legislators. This includes Mutual Insurance Day, which gathers companies in Harrisburg, PA for visits at the capitol with their legislator.
Another example are PAC Breakfasts which are usually hosted in conjunction with one of our educational events. These PAC Breakfasts invite a legislator to come and speak to interested PAMIC members. This is an open forum event where legislators will take questions from the audience throughout.
Dues of regular members and Other Insurers joining during the Association year will be prorated.
New regular members and Other Insurers will have dues phased in over a three-year introductory period, one-third of regular dues payable the first year of membership, two-thirds the second year, and the full regular membership dues the third and subsequent years of membership.
Dues Structure is as follows: