About ASA State Networks


ASA State Networks allow members to engage in discussions about issues, challenges, opportunities, and trends with their local peers. ASA members, within respective state networks, can stay up-to-date on any legal and legislative issues and hear about networking meet-ups and other events local to their area.

State network membership is a free benefit for all ASA members in their respective state. If you reside in an area that has a state network, you are auto-enrolled into your state network as an ASA member.

ASA State Network Councils are composed of ASA member volunteers within the state who help keep ASA and its members informed on local issues impacting the industry, legal and legislative developments, and state-specific safety issues; serve as local ASA membership ambassadors; and assist with planning local networking and educational programs based on member needs within their state.

State Network Communities

Collaborate with professionals in your local area. Join or visit your state network community on ASA Central:

ASA Capital Area Network
ASA Indiana Network
ASA Mississippi Network
ASA North Carolina Network
ASA Oregon Network
ASA Tennessee Network
ASA Texas Network
ASA Washington Network

As a state network member, you can

  • Connect with state network council leadership
  • Engage in discussions with other staffing industry peers in your local area
  • Participate in networking event opportunities such as happy hours, training and educational events, coffee meet-ups, social gatherings, and more.
  • Receive updates on legal, legislative, and safety issues pertinent to your local area or to the staffing industry as a whole.

New resources and opportunities are continually being developed for the state networks.

If you are interested in future volunteer opportunities with your state network council, contact Haley Jones, senior manager of member engagement, at h*****@americanstaffing.net or 703-253-2058.

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