Dear LULAC Member:
Through the efforts of LULAC National President Rosa Rosales and the LULAC National Staff, the LULAC National Office is proud to announce that we have created a LULAC web site for every LULAC Council in good standing based on the Convio Clubs platform with the generous support of the General Motors Corporation.
The Council web sites provide local councils with a set of easy-to-use Internet tools for developing and managing your own web sites free of charge. Your council will be able to post event information, news, membership information, photo albums, documents and even host your own blogs on topics important to your local community. These web sites will help your council serve your local community, build its membership and drive participation in your activities and events.
The LULAC National Staff has already set up a generic web site for your council which you can visit by searching for your council at the following link: http://www.lulac.org/national/nusa.html . You can search by state, city or zip code. You can also find the site by typing in www.lulac.org/yourcouncil#.html and substitute your actual number in place of yourcouncilnumber. For example, LULAC Council #1 has a website address of www.lulac.org/1.html .
As a member of LULAC, you have an account on the LULAC web site and you can sign into that account using your Member ID number as your user name and your last name as your password. Your member ID number can be found on your LULAC membership card. Once you sign in, please be sure to check and make sure your email address is correct in your member profile so that you will receive communications directly from the National, State and District Offices.
When you are ready to make changes to your site, please select a member of your council to be the administrator of the site and have that person contact Jorge Trasmonte in our national office via email at JTrasmonte@LULAC.org.
Jorge will give the administrator access to the web site tools for your council and provide him or her with the information they will need to update the site. A manual can be downloaded from the following link: http://www.lulac.org/webinars/CouncilOwnersManual.pdf. You can also watch a webinar training on how to access and make changes to your site at the following link: http://www.lulac.org/webinar.html .
We encourage all LULAC Councils to begin updating their websites as soon possible. Together we can ensure that the oldest and largest Hispanic organization in the United States also has the strongest and most informative presence on the internet.
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