The MIT Enterprise Forum San Diego welcomes its’ members to make the most of their membership and get involved in various committees.
The best starting point to learn about all of the committees and observe the operations of the chapter is to attend the program committee meetings. The Program Committee meets monthly, usually the first Monday after each regular forum event. The Program Committee’s monthly meetings keep everyone updated on the production progress of the monthly forum events. It also serves as a working committee for suggestions on pipeline, moderators, panelists, community partners, and marketing.
The membership committee helps coordinate membership recruitment, retention, and administration of benefits. They assists new members in learning more about the chapter and volunteer opportunities by hosting new member orientations and showcasing MITEF membership at monthly forum events. Committee members track new memberships and renewals, and prepare monthly reports for chapter leadership meetings.
The sponsorship committee helps coordinate sponsorship recruitment, retention, and administration of benefits. Committee members track new sponsorships and renewals, and prepare monthly reports for chapter leadership meetings. They actively search and build relationships with existing and potential sponsors.
Wine Social Committee:
The Wine Social committee coordinates our annual summer networking event. The committee works with the wineries, sponsors, partners and media to deliver one of the most popular events in San Diego.
The marketing committee executes standards for chapter communication pieces in accordance with Enterprise Forum Global Office guidelines and develops marketing plans for each production committee. The committee ensures the maintenance and ongoing development of the marketing infrastructure that supports the MITEF, including web site content, Email blasts, press releases, social media, and related media outlets.
Education & Learning Committee:
The education committee promotes the educational aspect of the MIT Enterprise Forum. The committee works to develop content rich programs that have educational value. The committee ensures the develop of relationships with area educational institutions to create partnerships, stimulate student internships, and drive new membership.