Generation Next member portal




Whether you're new to Generation Next or have been with us for a while and want to become more involved, here are some steps to help you get the most out of your membership. 

1. Follow us on social media. And participate in the platforms.


2. Share your news.
Send your company or professional milesteones to Laura for publication in the monthly newsletter, Generation Next Edition.

3. Take the next step.
Consider joining the Board of Governors, and be part of the group that helps guide the development of programs and services. The nomination process takes place each fall. The Board of Governors is periodically invited to join NTEA Board of Directors activities. The Chairman is invited each year to attend the NTEA Summer Strategic Board of Trustees Meeting. Several Generation Next members have been elected by NTEA membership to serve on the Board of Trustees.

Here are the stories of two work truck industry leaders who once served as Generation Next Chairs: 
 4. Help Generation Next grow. Recommend membership to your colleagues. Share the application
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Gen Next resources

1. Helpful links
2. Monthly newsletter
Generation Next's monthly enewsletter, Generation Next Edition, features an article each month from a member of the Board of Governors, as well as professional development opportunities, member news, and more. View current issue.

3. Quarterly webinar series
"What's Next with Gen Next" features industry professionals discussing topics related to professional development, leadership, networking, emerging technology, career advice and more.

4. From the Board 

Following is a selection of articles written by Board of Governors members on timely professional development and industry topics.
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Professional development articles

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What would you like to see more of? Less of? We want to hear from you. Please contact any member of the Generation Next Board of Governors or NTEA Senior Director of Business Systems Derek Eng at 248-479-8909 or email
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