At MANRRS we encourage our members to give back to the organization by joining one of our national committees. Being a part of a committee allows members to grow within the organization and dive deeper into areas that are of interest to them. Check out the committee descriptions below and apply today!
This constitution committee is responsible for ensuring the accuracy and validity of the content and updates made to the MANRRS Constitution and Bylaws. This committee makes recommendations for pending amendments and Policy implementation.
The strategic planning committee is responsible for developing and drafting MANRRS strategic agenda and Strategic Plan as well as making updates to existing plans.
The goal of the group is to help retain and mentor MANRRS student members after graduation as they move into their professional careers. Membership data has shown a decrease in member involvement postgraduation and our goal is to help members stay involved and take advantage of the membership benefits MANRRS has to offer beyond collegiate.
The communications and PR committees handle all matters that relate to communicating with national partners, donors, chapters, members, and others. This committee oversees newsletters, official communications, social media platforms, online presence, and contact with the media.
The Jr. MANRRS committee is responsible for planning and developing programming needs for middle school through high school students. The committee also develops strategies for soliciting funding for program support.
The finance committee reviews an organization's staff-prepared budget. The committee also works with staff to produce accurate financial reports. This committee reviews and reports any budgetary concerns or opportunities. This committee establishes financial policies, vendor reviews, and helps to select an auditor and works with this person to conduct regular audits.
The membership committee directs initiatives to recruit new student chapters, student members, and Professional Members and to retain existing chapters and members. This committee develops guidelines for applications for membership from potential new chapters and for reinstatement from inactive chartered chapters, receive and review applications, and forward recommendations on approval or denial to the Executive Committee for final action.
The program committee evaluates existing programs, oversees program expansion or development, and facilitates committee conversations about its programs.
Responsible for all national publications; including newsletters and blogs.