Membership Committee. The Membership Committee shall take appropriate action to encourage to filing of applications for membership in the Corporation. The Membership Committee shall be responsible for producing the annual membership guide of the Corporation.
Program Committee. The Vice President shall be chairperson of the Program Committee. The Program Committee shall have general charge of all luncheon meetings and similar functions of the Corporation and all arrangements for such meetings, including the obtaining of speakers, after the approval of the Board of Governors has been obtained, and all matters pertaining to press notices and to such other publicity as the Board of Governors may consider desirable, and shall encourage attendance at meetings.
Youth Ed Committee. The Youth Education Committee coordinates all activities of the Urban Leadership Fellows (ULF) Program, including paid summer internship programs for New York City high school graduating seniors with member organizations, summer training workshops and setting parameters for the award of scholarships to ULF alumni. 776 interns have participated in the ULF program since inception in 1992, receiving $930,000 in scholarships from the Youth Education Fund.
Awards Committee. The Awards Committee shall (i) actively solicit nominees for awards beginning in January of any year, (ii) review qualifications of nominees, and (iii) recommend award recipients by the end of march of an year to the Board of Governors for its approval. The Awards Committee shall review the qualifications of nominees using the following criteria: (a) leadership in establishing or strengthening an institution or company which is or has been a significant participant in the municipal securities industry; (b) leadership in developing innovative financing structures, credit perspectives, or new or evolving perspectives significant to the municipal securities industry; (c) leadership in bringing to market significant municipal securities offerings; (d) leadership in the municipal securities industry over many years; and leadership and significant involvement in municipal securities associations and events.
Annual Dinner Committee. The Annual Dinner Committee shall consist of not less than three (3) members, including the chairperson of the Annual Dinner Committee. The Annual Dinner Committee shall make all arrangements for, conduct fund raising for, and address all ethics issues relating to persons attending the annual dinner of the Corporation and its affiliates.
Website/Communications Committee. The Website/Communications Committee shall oversea the maintenance and development of the Corporation’s website and directory and review all communications of the Corporation of any kind to the public at large.