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Group Correspondence Course Registration

Group Correspondence Course Registration

Group Registration allows groups of members the convenience of submitting their registrations together. This is particularly well suited to, but is not limited to, chapter situations. In this case, the registrations must be submitted together with a single payment. Once the number of registrants are determined and paid for, then shipping charges can be determined and a second single payment will be required. There is no upper limit on the number of students who may register in a group, but all students must be members of ANG. 
 
The group secretary will be the liaison between the group, the Correspondence Course Chairman, and the instructor. However, if a student in the group would like the option of  having her/his work evaluated by the teacher at the end of the course, they may do so by submitting $25 per student at the time of the requested evaluation, along with return shipping costs.  This is done on an  individual basis since most students in a group do not complete a course at the same time.  
 
The responsibilities of a group secretary include:
  1. Collecting registration fees from participants
  2. Submitting the registration form, along with a single check made out to ANG or a single credit card number for the total amount
  3. Collecting shipping fees from participants
  4. Submitting the shipping fee in a single check made out to ANG or a single credit card number for the total amount
  5. Distributing lessons and/or kits received from the instructor
  6. Establishing a meeting schedule for the group
  7. Assist with the optional $25 per student Request for Teacher Evaluation of course work and required return shipping costs.

Our Mission

ANG is an educational, non-profit organization whose purpose is educational and cultural development through participation in and encouragement of interest in the art of needlepoint. ANG defines needlepoint as any counted or free stitchery worked by hand with a threaded needle on a readily countable ground.

Contact

ANG, Inc.
1120 Route 73, Ste 200, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054-5113
P: 856.380.6911 F: 856.439.0525      E:ANG@needlepoint.org