Automotive Service Councils of California
Professionals in Automotive Service since 1940.
California Association of Collectors
California Association of Collectors (CAC) is the first organized association of collection professionals in the country and the founding unit of ACA International, the Association of Credit and Collection Professionals.
California Association of Medical Products Suppliers
CAMPS is an association of entities that dispense durable medical equipment (e.g., wheelchairs, walkers, home respiratory equipment) and disposable medical supplies (e.g., catheters, incontinence supplies, urologicals) for patients’ use in their homes or non-hospital settings based upon a prescription from a physician or other authorized healthcare provider. These entities are licensed by the state as either home medical device retail facilities or as pharmacies.
California Funeral Directors Association
The California Funeral Directors Association (CFDA) is made up of 650 member organizations throughout California. The goal of the organization is to advocate and provide continuous professional development, and enhance the economic viability of member funeral service practitioners so they can best serve the public.
California Massage Therapy Council
California Massage Therapy Council (CAMTC) is a statewide voluntary massage certification created by the California State Legislature. Voluntary certification through CAMTC allows for work in multiple California locations without the need for multiple massage permits, licensing, and fees.
California/Nevada Beverage Association
CNBA is a statewide association of bottlers who manufacture and distribute a variety of non-alcoholic beverages, including carbonated soft drinks, fruit juices, sports drinks and water. Their concerns include recycling of beverage containers, product quality and manufacturing and distribution and sales issues. The members include all the major bottlers including Coca-Cola Enterprises, Pepsi Cola Bottling Group and Seven-Up Bottling Co.
California Pawnbrokers Association
CAPA is an association of pawnbrokers and secondhand dealers and is the only one of its kind in California. CAPA’s members are among some of the most regulated businesses in California; among its primary goals is to ensure members maintain the highest level of ethical conduct by following established best practices, and are familiar with and adhere to a myriad of federal, state and local laws and regulations.
California Radiological Society
CRS is a chapter of the American College of Radiology and is the statewide society of physicians who are board certified in radiology. The specialty includes both diagnostic imaging — x-ray and MRI — and radiation oncology — the use of ionizing radiation for treating cancer.
California Society of Anesthesiologists
The California Society of Anesthesiologists is a physician organization dedicated to promoting the highest standards of anesthesiology, fostering excellence through continuing medical education, and serving as an advocate for anesthesiologists and their patients.
California Society of Pathologists
CSP is the state society for physicians who are board certified pathologists. Pathologists usually practice in groups, and direct hospital clinical laboratories or freestanding laboratories that provide clinical laboratory services and anatomic pathology, which is the examination of tissues via biopsy for diagnosis.
Hearing HealthCare Providers
The purpose of the Hearing Healthcare Providers/California Association is to enable the provision of effective treatment alternatives for hearing impaired California consumers and to enhance the knowledge and competency of the professional hearing instrument practitioner.
Los Angeles Radiological Society
The Los Angeles Radiological Society (LARS) founded in 1920, is dedicated to the promotion of high standards of practice in medicine overall with a focus primarily on Radiology and Radiation Oncology. Members of the Society adhere to the medical and ethical standards of practice adopted by the American College of Radiology.
Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California
MVCAC’s mission is to provide quality public information, comprehensive mosquito and vector-borne disease surveillance, training to high professional standards, and effective legislative advocacy on behalf of California mosquito and vector control districts.
National Community College Hispanic Council
Established in 1985 as an affiliate of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), the Council is the nation’s premier organization for preparation and support of Hispanic leaders in America’s community colleges. The nonprofit, professional organization is committed to delivering high quality leadership development experiences and providing Hispanics with opportunities to continue their personal and professional growth. The Council provides members with resources, networking and educational opportunities.
Professional Association of Childhood Educators, Inc.
The Professional Association of Childhood Educators, Inc (PACE) is a non-profit, California statewide organization established to advance the profession of childhood education. PACE members operate in excess of 1,000 centers, serving more than 55,000 children in California. PACE members make a significant difference for educators, families, and children, ultimately affecting our future.
Public Agency Risk Managers Association
PARMA is dedicated to providing relevant, career-long educational opportunities, information on the latest risk management trends and best practices, and the resources public entities need to manage a broad spectrum of risk in an ever-changing environment.
Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges
The Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ASC WASC), is one of six regional accrediting associations in the United States. Its purpose is to promote the welfare, interests, and development of elementary, secondary, and higher education through (1) improvement of educational programs, (2) close cooperation among the schools, colleges, and universities within the territory it undertakes to serve, (3) certification of accreditation or candidacy status, and (4) effective working relationships with other educational organizations and accrediting agencies. WASC accreditation recognizes schools that meet an acceptable level of quality, in accordance with established, research-based WASC criteria.