This Committee is responsible for the slating and selection of members for elective office in accordance with the procedures outlined in the By-Laws of the Association.
The Scholarship Committee will accept applications from members for scholarship opportunities that provide training, networking and professional development opportunities to the membership. The Scholarship Committee will meet quarterly to review applications and develop recommendation of action for the Board’s review and approval.
This Committee shall coordinate and report on training opportunities available to members, training offered by members of the Association and participating agencies, and may be instrumental in recruiting and securing presenters for training opportunities.
The training/conference committee will appoint a Conference Chair who will work with committee members and volunteers to plan the conference’s educational content. This committee will also choose the conference theme, speakers and session topics, as well as plan all social and entertainment events related to the conference.
Potential members should be able to make a substantial commitment as the annual conference is one of our primary member services and one of our largest sources of revenue. The conference dates will be determined by the Board.
This committee shall be chaired by the Treasurer of the Association and consist of other members as deemed appropriate, but must include the President. The committee will be responsible for the development of an annual budget based on input from officers and Committees of the Association, to be submitted to the Board for approval prior to presentation to the membership at the annual meeting each year. The Committee shall also develop for Board approval, revenue generating ideas for the Association.
This committee shall maintain ongoing records related to the history of the Association, including but not limited to:
This committee is responsible for enhancing the image of the Association and communicating items of importance to the Association by doing the following: