Through being or by being
I hope to improve my skills through being a member of ...(an organization )
This is a tricky choice between prepositions, and you will find compelling arguments for each choice.
So as not to reinvent the wheel, I suggest you carefully review this learned discussion on the topic (http://english.stackexchange.com/questions/25459/what-general-rules-govern-the-usage-of-by-versus-through) and make your own best judgment.
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