The last Tuesday of each month American Legion National Headquarters staff will present 60 to 90-minute sessions on topics aimed at post commanders and adjutants. Each session will be recorded and made available for later viewing.
PREVIOUSLY RECORDED SESSIONS
Tuesday, Nov. 30. Veterans Strengthening America
The vision and mission statements, along with the value principles and motto, help define the purpose of The American Legion, align the organization’s resources toward a successful future, provide clear and effective decision guidance.
Tuesday, Oct. 27. Resolution Writing
This Training Tuesday session focused on the key components of a resolution, how to format resolutions, and navigate the resolution archive on The American Legion's Digital Archive.
MyLegion.org Workshop at National Convention in Phoenix
MyLegion.org - How to register an account, manage groups, process membership, view reports and more. Presented at National Convention in Phoenix, 2021.
PowerPoint / Q&A
Tuesday, May 25, 2021
Updates on MyLegion.org known issues and how they are being resolved; the registration process and common errors; what's new on the platform; online membership processing, including possible errors and how to prevent them; and reports update.
Tuesday, April 27, 2021
Tuesday, Mar. 30, 2021
Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021
Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2020
Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2020
Helping Veterans - American Legion National Assistance Programs
Friday, December 18, 2020
Department myLegion Status Update
National Headquarters IT Division staff, Deputy Director Joe Gallagher and Product Support Specialist Libby Vickers, provide a myLegion status update to Departments.
Video Presentation / PowerPoint / Q&A
Tuesday, November 24, 2020
Maryland Department Adjutant Russell Myers shares tips on how to be a successful Post Adjutant.
Tuesday October 27, 2020
myLegion will receive a new look in 2021. This session provides instruction to post adjutants on how to set up log-in credentials and display a preview of the new officer’s dashboard and membership tools.
As American Legion members, our most sacred responsibility is to look out for each other and our fellow veterans. To reach out to members and former members who may need help, American Legion posts are encouraged to perform this vital function whenever it makes the most sense in their communities.
This session focuses on the who, what, where, when, and why of the program and discusses the relevance, importance, and strategic objectives of taking care of our fellow veterans.