By SEMA Editors
Nominations are now open for aftermarket professionals to volunteer to serve on any one of SEMA’s nine council or network select committees at www.sema.org/volunteer.
Select Committees are critical to helping SEMA staff direct, guide and lead its efforts. SEMA’s elected leaders work alongside other automotive professionals to identify common challenges and opportunities, create awareness to their industry niche and influence industry progress. The ideal candidate will have strong strategic planning skills, significant aftermarket knowledge, a passion for giving back to the industry, and be willing to serve a minimum of a two-year term.
Learn more about the benefits of volunteering below.
Community Building: Volunteers build connections among other council and network members. In the past year alone, select committee volunteers have spearheaded and created some of SEMA’s most robust events and programs, including but not limited to, in-person and virtual networking events, SEMA-member spotlight programs, education opportunities and more.
Connect with Industry Leaders: When members raise their hand to volunteer, they are connected with industry peers who are passionate about the advancement of the industry as a whole. They work together to strategically align initiatives with current and member and industry needs, share new ideas and grow their network.
Recognition Opportunities: Volunteers are recognized regularly on SEMA communication channels, such as SEMA eNews, social media and council and network member updates.
If you would like to nominate yourself or someone who has the skills and character to influence industry progress, fill out the nomination form by Tuesday, April 13, 2021.