Management Resources for Community Associations
A CIC (common interest community) is an owner-occupied townhome, condominium, or homeowner association. If you manage or live in a CIC, we want to help you learn how to more effectively manage and maintain your communities, reduce risk for your board members and homeowners, and protect the value of your properties.

CIC Midwest Committees

Fill out a committee sheet by clicking here. 

Make a difference! Get involved in a CIC Midwest Committee.  It’s a great way to network and be on the cutting edge of what’s happening in common interest communities. Contact Connie Anderson.

Publications Committee – Assigns and coordinates articles and ads from industry professionals for the quarterly magazine, CIC Midwest News. Develops brochures, handbooks, and other resources for CIC Midwest members.

Education Committee - Oversees Lunch & Learn meetings, board trainings, and other offerings. Responsible for keeping high standards in curriculum and presentations.

Cooperatives Committee – Works to include information that is specific to cooperatives in publications, online resources, and in educational offerings to meet the needs of our cooperative members.

Marketing Committee –  Promotes CIC Midwest and its events and offerings. Plans and executes the CIC Midwest Get Lucky Party: Recognition Banquet and Casino Night.  Develops and executes other projects and services that benefit our members.

Membership Committee - Promotes membership recruitment, retention and member appreciation. Responsible for recruiting contests and orientation receptions.

Legislative Committee – Monitors and updates the membership on legislative issues at the state and local levels that affect common interest communities.

Certification Programs (Ad Hoc Committee) – Responsible for the Certified Community Association Manager (CCAM) certification program.  This group develops professional curriculum and schedules instructors for each topic area. Chairs are assigned for each module and meetings are scheduled as needed. Limited to those with a background in instructing and/or developing curriculum at an advanced level.

Advisory Committee – Industry leaders are invited to serve on this committee. This group oversees the direction of CIC Midwest and its offerings. (By invitation only)

Committee Member Characteristics: Dedicated to promoting and developing CIC Midwest membership, education and resources.  Commitment to expanding and improving CIC offerings and meeting the needs of members.  Entrepreneurial, creative and enthusiastic leaders.

Benefits:
Personal and professional growth, recognition and networking opportunities.



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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