IIMC Executive Director
8331 Utica Ave.
Ph: (909) 944-4162
Fax: (909) 944-8545
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
IIMC needs committee members who are prepared to work, meet the challenge and grow. Put your input and insight to good use by volunteering for committee work. Making a difference and becoming involved is the key to personal growth and development.
Committee appointments begin the first day of the Annual Conference and are a one year term. Please read through our Committee Guide
, then view a list of current IIMC committees
, and download and save the committee application
to join hundreds of other IIMC members as you volunteer your time and expertise.
Submit the completed application via fax to (909) 944-8545, mail or scan it ATTN: Maria Miranda.
8331 Utica Ave.
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
Why You Should Join
There are hundreds of reasons people cite for why they shouldn't join - not enough time, not interested, etc. - the list is endless, but not always valid.
The most cited reason people give for why they volunteer is for personal growth. It's true - IIMC has had hundreds of its members sit on committees year after year.
Benefits of Volunteering
The benefits of volunteering on an IIMC Committee include:
Reasons Given for Volunteering by Current Committee Volunteers
- Adding variety to your regular job
- Becoming actively involved in IIMC
- Displaying a special talent or skill otherwise not used in your job
- Gaining experience in an untapped area
- Networking or to be recognized
- Sharing a skill or learning a new one
- Taking a step toward becoming a future Board member or Executive Committee officer
If you ask IIMC members why they volunteer, the majority answer that "it just feels good to know we have a voice in our Organization's development."
For most IIMC members, volunteering connects them with their organization. It's having a voice and knowing that the work produces a wide range of opportunities to benefit their colleagues. Everyone likes to be recognized and rewarded for the positive things they do. Volunteering on a Committee reinforces this belief. You are not only doing the Organization good, you're challenging yourself, too.