Vital to the success of BPRS Atlanta are our volunteer committees. It is the dedication, passion and energy of these volunteers that allows us to continue to provide quality, relevant and enriching programs and events.
Note: We ask that you be a paid member to volunteer for a committee. You can complete an application form at one of our upcoming events. Or register online.
The Programs Committee is responsible for ensuring the organization continues to provide high-quality programs and events. Areas of focus and attention include identifying and securing speakers and topics, planning, coordinating and execution of meetings, socials and conferences.
The Membership Committee is responsible for ensuring the organization meets the current and future needs of its members. Areas of focus and attention include recruiting, orienting and retaining members; membership engagement and communication.
The Communications Committee is responsible for ensuring the organization provides timely communication and information to members regarding programming, events and other business via the website, email marketing and social media. Additional areas include identifying and coordinating public relations activities to further the BPRS brand and mission.
The College Relations Committee is responsible for developing strategies to connect student and entry/mid-level practitioners with mid-level and/or senior level practitioners.
The Sponsorship Committee is responsible for developing partnerships with companies, organizations and individuals to generate financial and in-kind contributions to ensure BPRS Atlanta continues to advance its mission.