Community Service Committee
The Community Service Committee (CSC) plays a central role in helping the Metropolitan Board fulfill its mission. CSC members are responsible for planning and executing community service projects that engage the membership, foster camaraderie, and help the Chicago Urban League and the Metropolitan Board achieve its social and civic goals. Past projects including Teen Summit, Living Room Café, and Adopt-a-Family, have helped to improve the health and well-being of children and families; educate and empower citizens; and improve the quality of life for many Chicagoans.
If you are interested in the Community Service committee please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fundraising Committee is the revenue generating body of MetroBoard, and essentially serves as a development arm of the Chicago Urban League. We are committed to creating purposeful social events and cultivating relationships with corporate partners and donors.
If you are interested in the Fundraising committee please contact email@example.com
The Membership committee functions as the recruiting arm of the organization and concentrates on retention, and growth. The Membership committee encourages and facilitates new member participation in the organization through planning and executing events which are of interest to the members.
If you are interested in the Membership committee please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Personal and Professional Development Committee
The Personal and Professional Development Committee (PPD) exists to facilitate Metropolitan Board members in achieving career advancement and personal development goals. Our mission is to produce programming which will develop our members into well-rounded professionals endowed to function as global leaders. From climbing the corporate ladder to enhancing personal wealth, the PPD committee is devoted to equipping members with the skills and tools necessary to successfully navigate life.
The Metropolitan Board’s members are considered future leaders. To that end, it is one of our primary focuses to aid our members in preparation of this purpose. Personal and Professional Development events are some of the ways we prepare our membership. These information seminars and educational series are designed to enhance each member’s personal and professional lives. In addition, members have the opportunity to share their knowledge and skills to the entire body. From life coaching to income tax informational to business etiquette practices, PPD’s expose members to new experiences that will balance their lives as they prepare to take their place as leaders.
If you are interested in hosting a PPD event or have an idea, please contact email@example.com.
Public Relations Committee
The Public Relations committee meets every 3rd Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. The Public Relations committee is responsible for promoting all MetroBoard events, creating the quarterly newsletter, distributing the weekly newsletter, and informing the membership of all upcoming events and information pertinent to the organization through social media outlets and other platforms.
If you are interested in designing flyers, writing articles for the newsletter, promoting MetroBoard events through social media, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.