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Bowling Committee

Plans and coordinates the annual Bowling Tournament.

Marketing and Communications Committee

Oversees chapter volunteer opportunities in the San Antonio community during the year. Plans at least one fund raiser/food drive/community program per year. This committee shall hold one student only event during the year. The Marketing and Communications Committee is also responsible for managing our social media pages.

CPM©/ARM & ACoM Admissions Committee

Conducts interviews with candidates and makes final recommendations to IREM.

Education and candidate Guidance Committee

Helps plan and coordinate non-designation educational offerings, courses and seminars. Assists in the promotion of designation classes to members & potential members. Attends a portion of each class held locally to help host a chapter luncheon to answer questions, promote classes, etc. Hosts 2 candidate guidance breakfasts each year. This committee also coordinates the chapter’s mentor program and explains the various educational tract options.

Income & Expense Committee

Promotes and coordinates the annual data gathering process for input into IREM’s Income & Expense Analyses publications.

Legislative Committee

Track legislative and regulatory issues at the local, state and national level which have an impact on the real estate management professional or industry.

Membership Committee

Coordinates activities to increase membership and membership satisfaction. Possible events include student outreach, socials, new member orientation, etc. Assists candidates and potential candidates with course work, application process, identifies potential candidates, and oversees the Mentor Program. 

Programs Committee

Evaluates member program preferences and selects appropriate topics and speakers for monthly luncheon and coordinates with the IREM office the Program content at least two weeks prior to the luncheon. Introduces speakers at the meetings.

Special Events Committee

Plan, coordinate, promote and executes chapter social event. Oversees activity for IYP (IREM YOUNG PROFESSIONALS) that plans and executes events that specifically target the interests and professional needs of IREM’s under 40 members. Reaches out to non-IREM members earlier in their career.

Welcome and Registration Committee

Meets and greets members and guests at all chapter events. Helps new members and guests become involved in the chapter.

Volunteer Benefits

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  • Increase career success through networking and peer interaction

  • Stay informed of industry issues

  • Potention for business

  • Increase your resources for information and contacts

  • Put ideas into action

  • Knowledge and comfort with IREM: The organization, structure, and members

  • Build decision-making skills

  • Visibility

  • Get on the IREM leadership track

  • Platform to learn and build on leadership skills

  • Voice one's opinions: Help shape the association and the profession

  • Pass along benefits to your employer: company exposure, contacts, resources, and employee referals