LinkedIn Discussion Group
Over the years, the Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs (PSAB) has worked to help you stay connected with other borough elected officials, secretaries, managers, and other employees throughout the state.
Technology has changed over the years, and so has our association. That's why PSAB transitioned to LinkedIn. Click here to watch a webinar for tips on how to use LinkedIn.
Signing up for LinkedIn is free and easy. If you don’t have an account, you can sign up at www.linkedin.com. Once you have created your account, you can join the “PSAB – Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs” group. You can also access the group directly here. Note: If your title and place of employment is NOT listed in your LinkedIn profile, please include it in the message request.
You will be asked to review and agree to the policy before being accepted into the group. Please also remember that PSAB cannot provide legal advice. Your borough solicitor should still be consulted for legal opinions.
Please note that you must have an email address to sign up. Don’t have an email address? You can obtain a free account through Hotmail, Google, or Yahoo or your third-party Internet provider.
Members of the LinkedIn discussion group will be accepted after employment and Association membership status is confirmed by PSAB staff. It may take up to 72 hours to accept your invitation to join the group.
Members agree not to conceal their identity to gain access to the group. If your identity and position cannot be confirmed, your invitation to join the group will not be accepted.
PSAB encourages open dialogue among members; however, PSAB prohibits derogatory, offensive, or inflammatory remarks, pictures, or other data about an individual or group’s race, religion, national origin, physical attributes, gender, disability, sexual orientation, or other protected classification. Additionally, PSAB will not tolerate the use of vulgar language and/or derogatory comments, pictures, graphics, etc. in relation to your position, the Association, community, or personal affiliations.
Comments deemed to be inappropriate will be deleted immediately by PSAB administrators.
Any material (photos, articles, etc.) posted to this group that is authored by someone else must be given proper editorial credit as needed. A member who shares the information is responsible for providing appropriate attribution.
Members should not share confidential or proprietary information.
Advertisements about products or services are prohibited.
Any violations of the guidelines set forth above will result in termination from the LinkedIn group by PSAB administrators.
For more information, contact Ed Knittel, Senior Director of Education and Sustainability, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Leslie Suhr, PSAB Director of Public Affairs & New Media, at email@example.com.