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Illinois REALTORS® is looking for volunteers to help lead the 44,000-member association. Illinois REALTORS® committees play a big role in the association's governance, and provide guidiance on issues ranging from housing policy to education outreach.

The form can be found here. You'll have to have your NRDS number available to apply. (Don't know your NRDS number? Don't worry. Click here to find it.) 

Key dates for committee selections

Applications openApplication deadlineNotifications
May 15, 2017June 20, 2017Sept. 8, 2017

Board of Directors application deadline June 20

Interested in applying for the association's Board of Directors? Here's the information you need. (Note: The deadline for Board applications is different than the one for committee applications.)

The committee list

Click on items in this list to see a brief description of the committee an the number of times it meets annually. 

Minutes are posted for committees that are not designated as closed (*) committees

FAQ: Learn about volunteer leadership

Why you? The Association draws on the skills and interests of a broad cross-section of the membership, and we want to provide our members with many opportunities to develop their professional and leadership skills. By volunteering you can help set the course for an association that represents more than 44,000 practitioners.

How do you benefit from serving on a committee or work group? Committee work can be complex and sometimes demanding, while at the same time being productive, enjoyable and rewarding. Volunteering to serve on a committee or working group offers many rewards:

  • Gain a better understanding of the association.
  • Contribute to your profession.
  • Learn leadership skills.
  • Build a resume.
  • Have new experiences.
  • Meet some amazing colleagues from other regions.

Expectations of committee and working group members:

  • Actively participate in committee/work group meetings.
  • Follow through on assigned tasks.
  • Respect the opinions of other committee members.
  • Represent the committee to others in your area.

Length of service: November 2017 through October 2018.

Selection process: Your application will be reviewed by the Executive Committee. You will be notified by Aug. 15 as to whether you have been selected for appointment.

How to Apply:

Questions? Contact Becky Carraher.