EBOR NEEDS YOU! Please consider volunteering for one of the following committees. If interested, please complete the Committee Application Form and return to the board office. Even if you were on a committee in 2017-2018, please complete the form. Don’t assume you will still be on that committee (except for Grievance Committee).
A description of each committee and requirements to serve follows (select & click to expand):
This committee is comprised of at least 5 members. Their task is to plan an Annual Awards Banquet to recognize members’ achievements. They will work closely with the Association Executive.
This committee is comprised of at least 5 members. The chair of the committee may be appointed by the President from the current Board of Directors. Their task is to regularly review the current Bylaws and the Policies & Procedures for EBOR. Knowledge of EBOR Governing Docs is a must. Attendance at one IAR and/or NAR meeting on Policies & Issues is strongly recommended.
This committee consists of up to 5 members. Their task is to review EBOR contracts and make recommendations on an as needed basis as requested by the Board of Directors.
This committee consists of up to 10 members. Their task is to plan an annual education and technology event for the membership. They may also assist with education at the quarterly New Member Orientation. The committee should meet at least quarterly.
This committee consists of up to 7 members including the Secretary/Treasurer. They meet at least quarterly to review financials and budget vs actual expense analysis. They also assist AE in preparing the budget for the next Fiscal Year. The chair of the Committee presents a report at the Board of Directors and General Membership Meetings. An understanding of Accounting principles and Financial Statements is helpful.
This committee consists of at least 5 members appointed to staggered terms by the President. Committee members are required to attend the annual Professional Standards Workshop and to have an understanding of the Professional Standards Process.
This committee consists of at least 5 members. Their task is to help keep the membership informed on current legislative issues which impact the real estate industry and home ownership rights. In addition, they plan RPAC fundraising events. Members should be willing to attend at least one Business Meeting per year at IAR or NAR to stay current on pending legislation.
This committee consists of 3 members appointed by the Board of Directors. They may recommend programming changes, subject to approval of the entire RMLS Council.
This committee consists of up to 7 members. Their task is to solicit and recommend nominees to the Board of Directors for leadership positions based upon established criteria.
This committee consists of 7 members: 3 former ROTY recipients and 4 REALTOR® members. Their task is to review applications from the membership and select a recipient for the award based on established criteria.