Institute for Retired Professionals6 East 16th St., Room 905New York, NY 10011 email@example.comPhone: 212.229.5682
The Advisory Board provides oversight to the committees that carry out the objectives of the IRP.
Recruits members, interviews applicants, and recommends candidates for admission to the IRP director.
Organizes the creation of challenging and stimulating study groups every semester, encourages members to come up with ideas for new study groups and become coordinators, supports coordinators as they create and implement diverse study groups from varied disciplines.
Raises funds to support wide-ranging activities, e.g., projects and events not covered by the operating budget.
Other committees plan tours and field trips, facilitate access to cultural institutions and programs, and organize a variety of activities outside the classroom. Members recommend, create, and review budgets; serve as receptionists in the IRP office; produce newsletters and a members website; and help each other to use new technologies.