Reports to: President-Elect  
  Membership Requirement: Full or Associate Member  
  Voting Privileges: Voting  
  Term: Two (2) years  
  Term Limit: n/a  
  Source: Annual Election  
Current Programs
  • Develop Continuing Education Course(s)
  • LARE Exam Review Sessions
  • Vendor and/or Allied Industry Education Sessions
Program Opportunities
  • Presenting in elementary, junior or senior high classrooms for career day
  • Establish a secondary education mentoring and outreach program (to high school age students)

Committee Leadership

  • Attend monthly Executive Committee meetings
  • Participate in Strategic Communications Meetings to contribute to the development of the annual theme and its implementation via ASLA-MN programs
  • Prepare an annual plan with goals, tasks, timelines and budget for the year. Present plan and budget to Executive Committee for approval and inclusion in the Chapter plan and budget. (eta Nov)
  • Form a team as necessary to provide support for timely completion of committee tasks
  • Adhere to the ASLA-MN Expense Reimbursement Policy
  • Develop a communications/marketing plan for each activity, including as appropriate; e-blasts, social media posts, printed postcards, onsite registration materials, etc. with timely implementation for recipient planning
  • Update the annual plan, timelines and budget projections at year-end based on lessons learned and/or new initiatives implemented; meet with incoming Directors after elections to pass on files and review processes


  • Develop and maintain a thorough understanding of licensing procedures and continuing education requirements at both state and national levels
  • Secure presenters and coordinate participation in educational events
  • Research and secure venues for sessions
  • Manage event logistics such as audio visual equipment, production of promotional and onsite printed documents, food and beverages, coordination of vendor involvement and budget
  • Form a team that will make traveling presentations in 10 classrooms (elementary, junior or senior high) each year for career day