2022 Committee Sign Up Form
Deadline to submit to MCAR is Friday, October 29, 2021
Volunteers are the foundation of MCAR’s strength and continued success.
The Metro Centre Association of REALTORS®, located at 14 Old Bridge Turnpike, South River, is seeking volunteers to serve on its 2022 Committees. If you wish to be considered for any of the 17 committees listed below, submit the form by the deadline of Friday, October 29, 2021. Committees will be formed by the incoming President of MCAR in November and members will be informed of their committee placement prior to January 1, 2022.
2022 MCAR COMMITTEES
AFFILIATE AND MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE: Discover ways to enhance and increase the two types of membership - Affiliate membership and REALTOR® membership – through membership benefits, networking events, and public relations efforts.
BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE: Establish and monitor an annual operating budget for MCAR, in conjunction with the Chief Executive Officer, based on revenue forecasts for approval by the Board of Directors.
BUILDING AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE: Responsible for maintaining and improving MCAR’s physical headquarters in South River.
COMMUNITY SERVICE COMMITTEE: Plan, coordinate and participate in public service projects and events that benefit the community and provide assistance to the general public who are less fortunate.
DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION COMMITTEE: Serves to address issues that REALTORS® face in day-to-day business such as cultural, social, and sexual discrimination. Hosts educational programs that bring awareness to issues and provides a forum for discussion. Create relationships with local diversity supporting organizations.
GRIEVANCE COMMITTEE: The function of this committee is to give initial consideration to allegations of unethical conduct and requests for arbitration, and determine whether a complaint should be the subject for a hearing in its claim and presentation. The committee makes the determination whether a complaint should be dismissed or referred to the Professional Standards Committee for a hearing. Advanced training is required to serve on a case.
INSTALLATION COMMITTEE: Plan and execute the annual installation event of the elected MCAR Officers and Directors for the coming year and encourage members to attend the event.
LOCAL CIRCLE OF EXCELLENCE VERIFICATION COMMITTEE: Review MCAR members’ New Jersey REALTORS® Circle of Excellence applications and plan the awards celebration. The committee seeks advertisers for the program book, door prizes, and decides on event logistics.
MEDIATOR COMMITTEE: Serves to help REALTORS® resolve conflicts amongst themselves, rather than with a professional standards panel, to enable them to decide their outcome. Facilitates resolution over arbitrable disputes, such as commissions. Advanced training is required to serve on a case.
NOMINATING COMMITTEE: Identify leaders within the membership to nominate for the slate of MCAR Board of Directors to be presented to the Board of Directors for approval and subsequently presented to the membership in advance of the election held during the last membership meeting of the year.
OMBUDSMAN COMMITTEE: To identify and resolve misunderstandings and disagreements before the matter turns into a possible charge of unethical conduct. Training in advance of being assigned a case is required.
POLICY AND PROCEDURE COMMITTEE: To review any proposed change of policy suggested by any consultant or learned or discovered by Board Members through events such as conferences or seminars before being incorporated into the association policy.
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE: Enhance the professional development of members by coordinating member events. Plan education and professional development classes including NJREC continuing education courses for members and encourage members to attend the classes.
PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS COMMITTEE: This Committee conducts arbitration and ethics hearings as needed following procedures outlined in the NAR Code of Ethics and Arbitration Manual. The Committee also works to educate members about the Code of Ethics and its applications. Advanced training is required to serve on ethics and arbitration hearing panel cases.
REALTOR® OF THE YEAR COMMITTEE: Solicit and nominate the MCAR REALTOR® of the Year from the REALTOR® membership whose personal and professional accomplishments are worthy of formal recognition. The MCAR recipient is submitted to New Jersey REALTORS® for consideration of the state award.
RPAC FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE: Solicit and collect voluntary REALTOR® Political Action Committee (RPAC) contributions in an effort to achieve the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) goal through fundraisers and direct contact with the membership.
YOUNG PROFESSIONALS NETWORK (YPN) COMMITTEE: Plan and network at events for young real estate professionals to enable them to build relationships and help them excel in their careers. The committee organizes networking opportunities and promotes the advancement of future leaders.
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Affiliate and Membership
Budget and Finance
Building and Grounds
Diversity and Inclusion
Local Circle of Excellence
Policy and Procedure
REALTOR of the Year
Young Professionals Network
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