Increase the awareness of the benefits of the AMO® designation.
Promote the ARM® designation in the industry and throughout the
community through educational programs and community involvement.
Help plan a successful Awards & Installation luncheon or
Dinner in November. Solicit sponsors for wine, centerpieces, attendees gifts, bar, entertainment.
Solicit sponsors, identify speakers, identify “theme” for
registration brochure, increase attendance, and promote event.
Helps VP of Finance.
Provide guidance and assistance to candidates and applicants for candidacy as well as familiarize them with IREM.
The primary responsibility of the Communications Committee is to make the community more aware of IREM and the CPM®, AMO®, and ARM® designations through marketing efforts (social engagement, podcasts/youtube, marketing/branding, tech management).
Giving hope to San Diego one donation at a time.
Offer a comprehensive educational program for the Chapter's membership and the general public.
Hold a successful “Charity Golf Tournament” annually.
Help solicit submissions to the Income & Expense program.
Answer questions from members and help with filling out the forms.
Solicits potential vendors to participate in the Industry Partner program. Follows up with interested parties. Helps with the Tips and Traps luncheon program. The Committee will also monitor the quality of the program.
Emphasize political awareness and member participation in governmental affairs. To act as liaison with IREM National and HUD relative to current positions and requirements related to Housing and Equal Opportunity.
Promote the Institute and the CPM® designation in order to recruit new members. To broaden the exposure of IREM and local chapter activities to area residents of culturally diverse backgrounds.
Coordinate with IREM National to interview applicants for candidacy, reporting back to IREM National within 60 days. Conduct all membership interviews including documentation and paperwork through proper channels.
Provide a forum for the professional advancement of the membership. Offer opportunities for socialization and professional networking
among the membership. Update our membership about changes in the property management industry trends. Schedule programs in cooperation with related real estate trade associations. Present five meetings/programs of interest for our members and guests. Present three Competitive edge workshops.
The REstart Program serves several purposes. Primarily, it
provides a home and a job for women who may have had to leave everything in order to escape a violent relationship. With the training these families receive, they will be able to start a new career and also provide a home for their families. In addition, single parents can work at home and yet still be with their children, if they choose.
The program also benefits our members who are in the multi-family management business by providing them with motivated and committed job candidates who are trained, mentored over a three month period by our own ARM members, and ready to be placed on-site on a small to medium sized apartment building.
Liaison: Martha Taylor (858-350-2785) [email protected]
The Chapter’s own Toastmasters Club for chapter members. Toastmasters will show you how to listen effectively, think on your feet and speak confidently. You will learn valuable leadership skills. Be a success—at home or on the job. Toastmasters meets on the first and third Wednesday at the Orleck district office of Lincoln Military from 8am-9am.
The goal of this committee is to encourage students to consider a career in property management and to try to get the IREM curriculum in the classroom at the college level.
Promote IREM and its educational courses to new individuals to the business, as well as younger individuals. Help plan events that create a fun environment for both of these groups to network, socialize and be a part of something “different.”
Sub Committee: University/Student Outreach Committee
|Chair: Bri Johnson Co-Chair Jessica Kalloch|
The goal of this sub committee is to encourage students to consider a career in property management and to try to get the IREM curriculum in the classroom at the college level.