CLARB's community of regulators thrives and depends on volunteers like you to bring unique and diverse perspectives to advance the organization's mission. From elected and appointed leadership positions to opportunities that exist throughout the year to serve on committees, each role has its own qualifications, responsibilities and time commitments. 

CLARB is committed to seeking a diverse group of leaders for the organization. This includes diversity in perspectives, demographics, geography and experience. 

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Elected and appointed officers help set the direction of the organization and impact the future of regulation. Nominations are currently closed and will open again in September 2023.
Elected members ensure that CLARB has the most effective, qualified individuals to lead the organization toward its goals. Nominations are currently closed and will open again in September 2023.
Appointed members help develop content for the L.A.R.E. Recruitment occurs in the spring via email to eligible individuals.
Volunteers can provide input to specific strategic initiatives. These opportunities are typically short-term and do not require the time commitment as other committees do. Recruitment will vary as needed depending on initiative. 
LA CES COMMITTEES: Application Review Committee; Monitoring Committee
Appointed volunteers will represent CLARB and help maintain standards for evaluating professional development and continuing education programs.

CLARB is currently looking for volunteers for the Application Review Committee and the Monitoring Committee. Apply today!
Serve as CLARB's representative and help with advocacy efforts involving toolkit development, responses to licensure legislation, and supporting chapters. Recruitment occurs in the spring.
Represent CLARB as a member of the Landscape Architectural Accreditation Board (LAAB) which develops and promulgates the accreditation standards, rules and procedures for conducting the accreditation process for eligible programs in the United States and its territories. Recruitment occurs in the fall.