Get involved with CHPA!

CHPA is successful thanks to volunteers contributing time and industry expertise.

Get involved to grow your professional network, develop new skills and get the most out of your company’s membership. Volunteer  perspectives, knowledge and ideas  strengthen the association and the industry. Volunteer engagement opportunities require as little as one hour of time and support the association’s strategic growth efforts.

2021-2022 Committee/Task Force Opportunities Now Closed

We have now closed the 2021-2022 volunteer form and are working to notify interested members of their committee and task force assignments in mid-May. Stay tuned for other ways to get involved with CHPA this year and for the 2022-2023 volunteer opportunities.

Short-Term Commitments

Though task forces and committees are no longer accepting new members, there are plenty of opportunities to get involved with CHPA outside of these roles. Here are a few ways to get involved in as little as 15 minutes. Click on any box below to apply:

 

 

Task Forces & Committees

The CCHP Task Force develops CCHP exam questions, study materials and resources, promotes the credential across the industry, and assists in policy recommendations. Volunteers of this task force must hold the CCHP designation.

  • Time Commitment: At least two (2) one-hour meetings each quarter with the potential for outside work between meetings.
  • Short Term Commitments: Support the work of this task force through opportunities such as writing potential questions for the exam, writing portions of the CCHP Study Guide or helping to lead a CCHP Cram Session.
The Content Marketing Task Force demonstrates CHPA's expertise and thought leadership in the industry. This committee curates valuable, relevant content that helps CHPA members succeed and establishes CHPA as an authoritative industry resource.

  • Time Commitment: At least one (1) one-hour meeting each quarter, with additional writing or content creation duties between meetings.
  • Short Term Commitments: Support the work of this task force by writing content, suggesting story ideas and sharing content in your networks.
The Education Task Force develops relevant and timely themes, topics and content for CHPA events. This task force directs overarching education programs using smaller work groups. These work groups develop content for individual events (such as the Annual Conference).

  • Time Commitment: At least one (1) one-hour meeting each quarter.
  • Short Term Commitments: Support the work of this task force through specific work groups designed to develop programming for specific events such as webinars, Forums EDGE Seminars, or the Annual Conference.
The Finance Committee assists the CHPA Board of Director’s Secretary/Treasurer with the annual financial review of the association as well as relevant finance-related policies.

  • Time Commitment: At least one (1) one-hour meeting each quarter.
The Leadership Development Task Force identifies industry thought leaders to match leadership needs of the Association. The task force also supports the nomination process for the CHPA Board of Directors.

  • Time Commitment: At least one (1) one-hour meeting each quarter.
  • Short Term Commitments: Support the work of this task force through identifying and/or nominating potential leaders for the Board of Directors.
The Membership Engagement Task Force actively recruits potential member companies to CHPA, proactively engages new and current members through events, volunteer roles and recommends changes and enhancements to member benefits.

  • Time Commitment: At least one (1) one-hour meeting each quarter.
  • Short Term Commitments: Support the work of this task force by being a new member welcome ambassador, reviewing member engagement surveys or encouraging member testimonials.
The Professional Practices Task Force develops best and standard practices supporting professionalism of the industry. This task force develops resources for members to use for their own operations, sales and marketing and financial policies.

  • Time Commitment: At least one (1) one-hour meeting each quarter with the potential for additional meetings when developing a specific resource.
  • Short Term Commitments: Support the work of this task force by contributing policies or processes to help develop industry best practices or vet draft best practices.

Task Force Chairs

Task force chairs are expected to take on a minimum of a two-year volunteer period, serving one year “in training” and a second year “leading.” Interested members must have served on a task force for a minimum of one year before expressing interest in becoming chair during the annual volunteer recruitment process.

Highlight Your Expertise

CHPA is always looking for content for webinars, EDGE Seminars, Forums and Annual Conference. Ready to share your expertise with the membership and the industry as a whole? Have an idea and want to develop it further? Submit a program proposal today. If accepted, you’ll be slated for a future program.

Host a Network Connection

Network Connections bring the association to you! These informal meetings offer education on local regulations, market trends and connections a with other corporate housing professionals in your area.

These events can be held both in-person (in compliance with any local regulations) and virtually. For more information, click here.