President’s Letter: AUGI “To Do” List

November 30th, 2010

Things are progressing well. We have moved into the new season with some vigor. Annual events are happening and new ventures are being launched.

AUGI CAD Salary Survey
Melanie Perry and her team have been working hard to make the salary survey even better from year to year. She has refined it and it is open and ready for your input. This is a key annual process in which thousands of AUGI members participate. Are you among those who have taken this year's survey? If not, please take it now.

AUGI|AEC Edge – It has pushed into June and by the time you read this, AUGI's newest publication is being launched. Look for an email and a link to the publication on our website. If you are in the AEC world, you need to read this. Visit

AUGI CAD Camp – We are still trying to settle on a viable model for making this happen. There is no progress on it yet, but I am committed to keep trying.

ATP – June and July AUGI Training Program (ATP) classes have been posted. Visit:

AUGI e-Learning Program - AUGI, in conjunction with 4DTechnologies/CADLearning, makes video lessons available every month to AUGI members at no charge. They are there for the taking – for FREE.

Find out more at

AUGI Elections – The process is continuing and the candidate forums are open. We have gathered nominations, interviewed the nominees, developed a slate of candidates, and are now providing a forum for interacting with them.

Find out more about the candidates and elections process at

AUGI Volunteers – You can become an AUGI volunteer. There are many openings for those who want to take the next step in service to your fellow members. We keep a list of opportunities here: These are unpaid opportunities to assist the organization, the community, and your fellow members and get better connected. Check out the list.

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About the Author

Mark Kiker

Mark Kiker has more than 25 years of hands-on experience with technology. He is fully versed in every area of management from deployment planning, installation, and configuration to training and strategic planning.  As an internationally known speaker and writer, he is a returning speaker at Autodesk University since 1996.Mark is currently serving as Director of IT for SIATech, a non-profit public charter high school focused on dropout recovery. He maintains two blog sites, and


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