MPINCC Volunteer Interest Form Step 1 of 5 20% Get the most out of your MPINCC membership by getting involved! Complete this form to get started now. You MUST be a member in good standing of MPINCC to serve on a committee.Contact InformationName First Last CompanyTitleAddress Street Address City State AlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareDistrict of ColumbiaFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest VirginiaWisconsinWyomingArmed Forces AmericasArmed Forces EuropeArmed Forces Pacific ZIP Code PhoneFaxEmail* Preferred communication method:PhoneEmail VOLUNTEER INTERESTI understand that I am offering to volunteer for the current program year and for the MPINCC committee(s) selected. I look forward to being contacted by a Volunteer Development Committee member. Yes Type of position you prefer Special Event or Short-term Project Ongoing or Long-term Project Either Your Availability Business Hours After Hours Either How many hours are you able to invest per week/month/project? PREFERRED COMMITTEE(S)Download Full Committee DescriptionsSelect a committee below to view a description of that committee and express interest for it. Awards & Recognition Annual Conference & Expo Auctions CMP/CMM Community Involvement Corks & Forks Emerging Professionals Gala Marketing Recruitment Retention Perspective Magazine Professional Breakfast & Education Programs Special Projects Sponsorship/Partnerships Thanks for Giving Volunteer Development AWARDS & RECOGNITION: Limited to Chair and Co-Chair only due to confidentiality considerations. Assist in member recognition programs. Define awards, solicit nominees and select award winners based on defined criteria. Coordinate scholarship programs. Plan recognition event for volunteers.ANNUAL CONFERENCE & EXPO (ACE): Develop theme and plan annual Expo, including all logistics, securing event sponsors, food & beverage, décor and promotion.AUCTIONS: Solicit and obtain auction and raffle items for Thanks for Giving, Corks & Forks, and year-end Annual Gala & Silent Auction. Funds raised from Auctions support educational programs.CMP/CMM: (CMP designation required to serve on the CMP/CMM committee.) Develop and produce educational and support programs to help prepare individuals for the CMP examination and re-certification. Promote MPI’s CMM designation.COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT: Assist chapter in reaching out to charitable community organizations by helping to organize special projects and events.CORKS & FORKS: Plan all aspects of a wine and food tasting event to include securing sponsorships, logistics and marketing. Determine an industry-related charity to benefit from a donation of a portion of the event’s net profit.EMERGING PROFESSIONALS: Engages students and professionals during their first three years in the industry by providing educational opportunities and resources geared towards the needs of this demographic.GALA: Plan all aspects of annual year-end Gala, including site selection, event design and decor, marketing, entertainment and all event logistics.MARKETING: Develop community visibility and increase public awareness of chapter and meetings industry.RECRUITMENT: Help the chapter recruit new members through personal contacts via phone and email. Identify new ways to target prospective members. Host membership table at educational events to meet, network and engage with non- members. Plan a chapter Nothing but Networking event and collaborate with other industry organizations to create a combined networking event.RETENTION: Help the chapter maintain existing members. Develop annual needs assessment survey to determine areas where the chapter can better meet member needs. Assist with Chapter Engagement (orientation) and Meet and Greet at monthly programs to welcome attendees, especially new members and first time attendees. Help create and promote ice breakers that encourage members to interact at Professional Education Programs.PERSPECTIVE MAGAZINE: Help create and manage content and theme for all issues of the chapter’s award-winning magazine. Work with Managing Editor on proofing and production timeline.PROFESSIONAL BREAKFAST & EDUCATION PROGRAMS: Plan educational programs and workshops, including site selection, program development, speaker selection and promotion.SPECIAL PROJECTS: Plan educational content for workshops at the Annual Conference & Expo, including program development, targeted educational tracks and promotion. Select and book speakers and manage logistics for conference workshops.SPONSORSHIP/PARTNERSHIPS: Identify and secure annual partnership opportunities with member vendors. Solicit and secure sponsors for all Professional Education Programs, Professional Breakfast Programs, chapter events, committees and special needs.THANKS FOR GIVING: Plan and produce chapter’s Thanks for Giving event in November. Activities include site selection, planning, entertainment, event logistics and promotion.VOLUNTEER DEVELOPMENT: Manage intake and on-boarding for new volunteers. Help identify, recruit, train and develop chapter leaders. Provide direction for succession planning for the leadership team.Why did you select this committee? Diversity in Projects Your Location Your Schedule Other BAM!! What'd we miss? ALL ABOUT YOUWhat skills do you have that you would like to share while Volunteering? (check all that apply) Data Entry Finance Graphic Art In-Person Greeting Marketing Online Systems & Processes Social Media Telemarketing Writing Other Skills Please describe your other skillsHow can MPINCC help you reach your professional objectives? COMMITTEE VOLUNTEER HISTORYPlease list all of the committee and/or board of directors positions you have undertaken for MPINCC.Please share what volunteer positions you enjoyed and why.Are there any volunteer positions you would not wish to repeat? If so, why?