The State of Arizona Department of Real Estate is looking for Real Estate professionals to join an advisory Board called the Education Advisory Committee. The goal is to get input from real estate proctitioners on effective ways to raise the level of real estate professionalism in Arizona through appropriate education requirements and initiatives. The announcement below contains the contact information and requirements for members on the real estate industry in Arizona to volunteer to join the Education Advisory Committee.
Bill Austin Phoenix Real Estate News
Arizona Real Estate Commissioner Judy Lowe extends an invitation to real estate professionals interested in joining the Education Advisory Committee (EAC). This committee was established to assist the Department in its mission of protecting the public interest by raising the level of professionalism in the Real Estate sector without creating undue barriers to entry into the profession.
The EAC has some upcoming vacancies in certain membership categories:
Commercial or Business Brokerage (2)
Industrial Brokerage (1)
Real Estate Instructor (1)
Escrow Officer (1)
Real Estate School Owner/Administrator (3)
If you are interested in serving on the committee and your experience or current position dovetails with an upcoming opening for the 2009–2011 term, please submit a resume accompanied with a letter of interest describing your work experience and education to: Michael Hailey, Education Manger by COB Wednesday, July 15, 2009. Note: If you have served on the EAC in the past and are still interested in serving, please feel free to apply. You may submit your information via e-mail: email@example.com or send it to 2910 N. 44th St., Phoenix, AZ 85018.
The EAC meets every other month, with more frequent meetings from time to time as needed. The EAC members are volunteers and are not compensated for their time, nor reimbursed for expenses. Over the past four years, the EAC has worked diligently to provide ADRE with recommendations for an array of education issues pertaining to real estate licensees.
Again ADRE appreciates your time and effort in our aspirations to improve the quality of real estate pre-licensure and continuing education. If you have any other questions or concerns feel free to contact me.
Michael Hailey, Education Manager