About Your State CRS

The CRS network spans the nation, but sometimes you need a network closer to home. No matter where you are located, CRS is there for you!


State CRS Communities offer a variety of services, including education and networking events to encourage referrals, newsletters, website/social media promotion, advertising/sponsorship opportunities, cutting edge business resources and more.


State CRS Community members benefit from being part of a local business network and, on the consumer side, from the recognition that comes with community service and designation awareness.


State CRS Communities are also a great place to build your leadership skills, putting both you and your business in the industry spotlight. Consider volunteering as State CRS leader.


Each State CRS Community is independently managed by its members. Your State CRS is determined by the state where your office is located, and you can easily connect with your fellow members by participating in your State CRS Online Community.


 Your online State CRS Community offers you exclusive access to:


  • Calendar of Events: Check out a full list of local and national CRS events. Register and pay for an upcoming event.
  • Local Networks: Connect with other members in your area to participate in activities and network with like-minded individuals.
  • Online Forums: Participate in a live discussion with your peers.
  • Blog Posts: Read all of your state's blog posts in one central location. Get involved by sharing, "liking," or commenting on posts.
  • Current CRS Members-Only Materials: Download and share files and documents in one central location.


In order to help familiarize you with this new community we have created a video tutorial and the attached FAQ. Please click here to view the tutorial and learn how your State CRS online community can work for you.


For more information, contact your State CRS Chair.



Volunteering has a meaningful, positive impact on your community. But did you know that it can have many benefits for you as well?


Reasons to volunteer:


Volunteering is the perfect vehicle to develop a new skill. It’s about giving your time, energy and skills. Most volunteers express a sense of achievement and motivation, generated from their desire and enthusiasm to help.

It can be an excellent way to develop your interpersonal skills. Not only can you develop lasting personal and professional relationships among your CRS peers but it is also a great way to learn about people from all walks of life. Networking is an exciting benefit of volunteering and you can never tell who you will meet, what new information you will learn and the positive impact it could have on your life.


The Council offers both local and national volunteer opportunities to members. To volunteer locally contact the State CRS Chair in your area: click here