Get Involved: Become a Volunteer

Volunteers who offer industry expertise and diverse experiences in both the meetings and events and financial services and insurance industry are at the heart of FICP. We invite meetings professional members and hospitality partners to help the association achieve its goals by serving in various leadership capacities. Whatever time and effort you can give, there's a volunteer opportunity for you.

Raise Your Hand to Volunteer

Appointments can occur at different times throughout the year and on an as-needed basis by the Board of Directors through the recommendation of the Committee/Event/Project Chair. While FICP task forces are tied to specific events and projects, FICP committees operate on a calendar-year basis. Committee terms are for one year, and are renewable. Most volunteers meet throughout the year via teleconference and do not require business travel; however, all volunteers are expected to be engaged members who frequently attend FICP events.

1. Complete Your Profile 

Your Volunteer Profile helps FICP match you with future volunteer opportunities for which you are both qualified and interested. 

2. Sign up to Volunteer

Signing up is easy — with one click, you are added to FICP's Volunteer Pool and will receive email alerts when new opportunities open up. 

3. View Open Opportunities

The ideal first step in volunteering is to start with small tasks and virtual participation, and work your way into committee and leadership positions. Check out and consider volunteering for the opportunities now open! 


Volunteers must be active members or hospitality partners in good standing. With limited spaces available, volunteers will be notified when an opportunity that matches their interest area becomes available.

What Will Make You an Effective Volunteer?

  • Commitment to participate actively in all scheduled meetings and conference calls
  • Dedication to furthering FICP's goals and objectives
  • A willingness to learn from others
  • A positive attitude and high degree of flexibility
  • An understanding of the role of committees within FICP's structure
  • Knowledge relevant to the purpose of the volunteer opportunity