Welcome to myRWA!

Welcome to myRWA, the new online community for RWA members! We hope you'll explore the site and start participating and connecting with other members.

The new site features:

  • RWA University -- the online home of RWA's education program. Take a look at the courses being offered, comment on the RWA U forum, and more!
  • RWR Online -- view and comment on select articles from the magazine, acces past issues, and learn how to advertise to RWA's membership.
  • Conference Agenda Builder -- create a personalized schedule for the 2011 RWA Conference.
  • Polls, surveys, and blogs.

Coming soon:

  • RWA's Yahoo Groups will migrate over to myRWA; groups will be maintained as archives.
  • Forums and listserves for communities (PAN, PRO) to communicate with each other in a secure environment.
  • In the coming months, RWA chapters will have the opportunity to take advantage of all the features offered in myRWA. Stay tuned for chapter details after the RWA Conference.

RWA is working hard to bring more content and networking opportunities to myRWA. We appreciate your patience as we continue to roll out new features and content in the following months.

As more and more members join RWA’s private community, you’ll find new opportunities to interact using listserves, discussion boards, blogs and much more—all in one convenient place.

So go ahead...join the conversation now!




Looking forward to more of myRWA-- question...

May 25, 2011 03:11 PM by Jeannie Ruesch

Hi there,

I've been wandering around myRWA, getting familiar with it. I love what I see so far.  I do have a question -- it's really confusing to go back and forth in the upper navigation between the old site and the new site.  Is there an intention at some point to make myRWA stand on its own without the need to go back and forth between the two sites?

Thanks for all you do.


re: Looking forward to more of myRWA

May 26, 2011 11:02 AM by Erin Fry


Thanks for your comments about the myRWA site. I'll pass your concerns about navigating between the two sites on to the RWA webmaster. We're always looking for ways to improve the member experience on myRWA, so I appreciate you bringing this to our attention.

As for making myRWA stand on it's own, over the next few months, we'll be transitioning the Member Resources content over here. The main RWA site, http://www.rwa.org, will continue to be the association's face to the public.

Feel free to e-mail the office at info@rwa.org if you need assistance with myRWA.

Erin Fry
RWA Editor & Publications Manager


October 4, 2011 11:32 AM by Robin Hillyer-Miles

Can we get a thumbs up or a like or a promote button for the forum? Just so you don't have to reply to say you agree or you like the post?

What am I supposed to do?

November 19, 2012 03:29 PM by Sandra S. Kerns

I was told by one of my chapters I had to set up a profile on myRWA so I would be able to get my renewal information from them. I don't spend a lot of time doing all these loops and sites, so I didn't know anything about this. Nothing tells me how to set up a profile for myRWA or how to add groups. I can't even find a tab for groups. In other words, I'm totally lost. What am I supposed to do?

Sandra S. Kerns

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