Be a Part of Our Online Community
Often referred to as one of NCSG’s most valuable benefits, the member discussion list is a forum for peer networking, technical resolution, sweep-to sweep referrals, and occasional nuggets of industry trivia. The NCSG Discussion Facebook group is free to you as an NCSG member but worth a ton more!
To find out how to be a part of the online discussion groups, contact Brittney Burton.
Come to Convention
Dive right into the heart of the industry at the NCSG Annual Convention! In addition to the excellent education opportunities, you will be surrounded by peers, colleagues, and friends both new and old that make up our wonderful guild. Want to have a direct hand in making the convention a success? We have many volunteer opportunities, and most are less than an hour - which gives you plenty of time to sit in on a seminar or gather with friends. You can also lend your support by being a sponsor! Whatever route you take, you won’t regret attending.
Opt Into Our Mentor Program
Whether you are new to the industry or just looking for some extra advice, the NCSG is here to help you gain the knowledge you need to increase your success. Our mentor program is aimed at connecting long-time, experienced chimney professionals with individuals who are seeking additional information and guidance. Opting into this program is just another way you can elevate your business, learn some tips and tricks, and connect to the larger chimney community. Any interested mentors or mentees are welcome to apply!
Explore Local Associations
Get involved on a local level by checking out the state and regional guilds and associations! While not affiliated with NCSG, these groups can serve as a great way for you to stay up to date on happenings in your area while contributing to the betterment of your communities. Many have their own events and meetings that happen throughout the year, allowing you more opportunities to meet other professionals in your area.
Join an NCSG Committee
Committees are the work groups within a board of directors in an association. They help to carry out tasks, programs or projects assigned by the board. Through this work, they are able to help guide the organization and in turn, the industry.
If you are interested in volunteering your time to help guide our organization and industry via committee or future board service contact Executive Director, Megan McMahon.