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To join a committee of the New Jersey Chapter, please reach out to Ruth Marion, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Ambassadors are a "welcome" committee. The NJ Chapter believes in making sure our new members, first time members and guests feel welcome. MPI-NJ hosts a new member Orientation meeting, preceding our monthly program, where we meet, greet and host these new members and introduce them to other MPI-NJ members. In addition, the Ambassadors follow up by providing guidance, information and support ensuring our members have the ability to maximize their return on investment in MPI-NJ.
The Awards Committee supports MPI-NJ Leadership by assessing and keeping current the NJ Chapter’s awards program, which consists of: Planner of the Year, Supplier of the Year, Outstanding Chapter Leader of the Year, Rising Star Award, Committee of the Year, Facility of the Year, Student Leader of the Year and Excellence in Education Award, by making recommendations and revisions to the awards program and reviewing annual award applications.
The Community Outreach Committee is responsible for finding ways to promote good-will and enhance public awareness of MPI Values through participation in humanitarian activities that reflect our diverse membership. The Committee provides an opportunity for our members to volunteer their time, skills and creativity in the planning and delivery of events, entertainment or services to charitable organizations and worthy causes. Some responsibilities include site selection, fundraising, securing sponsors and on-site event assistance.
The Education Committee is responsible for all educational content for the Chapter. Committee members produce and manage all the cutting-edge programs, including procuring guest speakers, topics, and coordinating all the program logistics and activities designed for the benefit of our memberships continuing education.
The Golf Committee is responsible for the execution and coordination of a one day golf event in June that is the Chapter’s largest fund raiser. Responsibilities include soliciting sponsors, tracking registrations, assembling program book content, logistics planning, raffle ticket sales, and on site assistance the night before and day of the event.
The Internal Communications Committee is responsible for all communications distributed to the chapter membership. These communications include the chapter’s award winning bi-monthly newsletter, OnSite and e-Site the monthly electronic newsletter. Committee members are responsible for soliciting and/or providing content and chapter updates for both newsletters through outreach to industry professionals. In addition, committee members have input into the layout and editing of both publications.