Are you looking to make a difference? Each year, NCRA members dedicate their time and expertise to shape the future of the profession through committee service. You could be one of those individuals: Individuals who are committed to sharing their time and talents; individuals who have specialized skills and expertise; individuals who are willing to be enthusiastic advocates for NCRA and encourage others to get involved.
NCRA currently has more than 40 committees, subcommittees, and task forces composed of more than 230 individuals working to advance the goals of the association and to meet the needs of the membership. The only way that NCRA is successful with its programs and activities is with the commitment of member volunteers who are willing to share their time and talent. Each member has something to offer.
NCRA is looking for members who want to become involved and make a difference in the profession. NCRA has committees that manage governance, education, and technology, to name a few.
We’ll make your volunteer experience fun and rewarding. Each NCRA committee has a professional staff liaison who will assist you with your responsibilities and provide you with any resources you require. You will become more familiar with the workings of your national association, meet fellow committee members, forge new professional relationships, and give back to your profession. Some committee assignments are short-term or project-oriented. We need your expertise. Why not give it a try?
You’ll find on the NCRA website a list of current committees, task forces, and councils. Please take a moment to read the list, and then fill out a brief form (click on “How to Become a Volunteer” on the committee page) to let us know a little about your background and which committee interests you. Please be specific in your interest areas. A committee assignment can’t be guaranteed for everyone, but there will be an earnest attempt to match your background with the 2014-2015 committee needs. President-Elect Sarah Nageotte will consider NCRA’s 2014-2015 committee appointments this spring.
Please consider volunteering for NCRA, your association. You can make a difference.