CCAR Committees & Workgroups


Awards Workgroup – To implement, review, and be responsible for all CCAR Awards. Meets:  meets when needed in the year.


Community Service Workgroup -  This workgroup is responsible for Community Service projects.  The Committee sets goals, plans and develops programs and recommends policies designed to advance the term REALTOR and its professional image by building public confidence, positive visibility and increasing public understanding and support. Number of Meetings: 10 per year average.  Meetings are the Second Wednesday of the month at 9am at the CCAR office.


Education Committee – Responsible for all training and educational programs sponsored by CCAR including New Member OrientationNumber of Meetings: 10 per year average.  Meets quarterly, first Wednesday of each month at 10am at the CCAR Office.


Finance Committee - Responsible for the preparation and any revisions to the CCAR &/or CCMLS budgets, in addition to the quarterly review of financials.  Also responsible to plan for future financial requirements, anticipate future needs and recommend methods of obtaining needed revenues.  Number of Meetings: 5 per year average.  Meeting dates TBD


Grievance Committee – (Training Required) The Grievance Committee shall receive ethics complaints and arbitration requests to determine if a hearing is warranted.  If a hearing is warranted, ensure that all grievances are processed in accordance with Board policies and as outlined by NAR.  (Note:  this committee is established by the Code of Ethics and Arbitration Manual of the National Association of REALTORS, and all of it functions are governed therein.) Number of meetings: dependent upon complaints received.


Legislative Committee/RPAC  – This Committee shall be responsible for reviewing local, state and national public policy issues affecting the real estate industry and members of CCAR and work with local, state and national legislative representatives.  The Committee shall develop and implement a plan to collect an RPAC investment from each Association Member with the goal to reach or exceed fund raising goals set by the state. RPAC funds are used to support REALTOR Party candidates and may not be used in relation to specific issues or laws.  Number of Meetings: 3 per year average.


Professional Standards Committee (Training Required) – Responsible for conducting hearings in matters involving alleged ethical misconduct by Association Members or to provide Arbitration facilities as requested. Number of Meetings:  dependent upon number of complaints filed.


Public Relations Committee - This committee is small but mighty.  The committee helps to advance the term REALTOR® and its professional image by building public confidence and increasing public understanding and support.  This group also helps promote the actions and contributions that CCAR/CCMLS is making in the community.  If you have a marketing backgroup, this group is right for you.  Meet or request assitance when needed. 


Scholarship Committee – Responsible for setting guidelines for the scholarship applications, fundraising for the Memorial Scholarship(s) and making recipient recommendations on all Scholarship awards. Number of Meetings: 5 per year average.  Meetings are held when needed.