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Volunteer Opportunities

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Reasons to Volunteer

Volunteering has a meaningful, positive impact on your real estate community, and it can have many benefits for you as well.

  • Develop new skills you wouldn’t otherwise find in your career. As a leader, you may learn how to motivate people, organize events and implement new ideas.
  • Experience a sense of achievement and motivation, generated from your desire and enthusiasm to help others that can help boost your career.
  • Foster lasting personal and professional relationships among your peers that lead to opportunities for referrals and business growth.
  • Join the RRC Family, and connect with like-minded professionals around the country.

The Council offers both local and national volunteer opportunities to members. National volunteer opportunities are listed below. To volunteer locally, contact the State leader in your area.

Any member of the Council can make a difference. Volunteer leadership positions at the Council provide an opportunity for members to exchange best practices and provide feedback and advice on the Council’s planned programs and initiatives. Volunteering at the Council can help members enhance leadership skills in their professional and personal lives while making a valuable contribution to the Council.

Current Volunteer Opportunities

Council’s volunteer structure includes Officers and Board of Directors, Regional Vice Presidents, Committees, Subcommittees, Mastermind Divisions, Presidential Advisory Groups (PAGs) and Task Forces. Click here for more detailed descriptions and eligibility requirements.

  • Applications for 2019 First Vice President/Board of Directors will open in January 2018.
  • Applications for the following volunteer opportunities will open on Aug. 1, 2018:

- 2019 Leadership Development Committee
- 2019 Finance Committee
- 2019 Regional Vice Presidents
- 2019 Mastermind Divisions

The Council regularly has calls for Presidential Advisory Groups (PAGs) and taskforces (TFs). Please stay tuned for call for volunteers through the Connect newsletter and other channels