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ACEL’s committees are run by a board member who serves as the committee chair. Committees meet once per month at the same time/place and last for one hour. Meetings are free and open to the public, although we encourage you to support the establishment we host them at by making a small purchase. Volunteering for a committee is a great way to get more deeply involved in ACEL’s mission to keep young professionals connected, informed and involved.
Community Service provides meaningful service opportunities for young professionals by partnering with local organizations and participating in events that foster involvement, understanding, and investment in the community.
Marketing and Communications oversees ACEL’s public relations efforts, creates its marketing strategy, manages its social media platforms, develops its print and electronic collateral, and provides publicity materials to media professionals.Community Service provides meaningful service opportunities for young professionals by partnering with local organizations and participating in events that foster involvement, understanding, and investment in the community.
Professional Development educates members and helps them grow as professionals through a variety of programs and partnerships with other organizations and community leaders.
Public Policy gives members the opportunity to interact with policy makers, to learn more about the infrastructure of the city and county, and to create a voice for young professionals in their community.
Social allows current and prospective members to network with their peers and other professional organizations by organizing events designed to appeal to young professionals’ diverse interests as well as monthly ACEL Happy Hours. The committee also hosts the ACEL Annual Dinner, its premier social event of the year.