Volunteering with BRM Institute
BRM Institute is a mission and purpose-driven association that exists because of the passion and expertise of our global volunteers!
At our core, we believe when you share your knowledge, efforts, and work, you will get back more than you give. At a minimum, you will enrich the lives of those who benefit from your efforts. Volunteering and leading activities to further the BRM profession will build on your leadership skills and provide opportunities to help others succeed. Join the effort and become a BRM legend. One of the original visionaries forever remembered for the time and effort devoted to instilling BRM as a revered discipline, capability, and role across the globe.
We offer a variety of ways for the BRM community to get involved, from short-term volunteer projects to committee, council, and board service. With every new volunteer, our community grows more energized, more diverse and inclusive. We become better equipped to reach our common goals.
We welcome active Professional Members, from a variety of career levels and diverse backgrounds, to serve on our Leadership Boards, Councils, Committees, and for other short- and long-term roles.
Explore the many opportunities we have to offer and get involved today. No contribution is too small!
Where to start:
You are encouraged to lead and/or apply for any opportunity that aligns with your passions! Throughout the year, we post current volunteer opportunities to our Volunteer Center in the BRM Institute Online Campus. These openings are a great way to find opportunities that fit your interests and the time that you have available.
When you are ready to take your involvement to the next level, consider joining one of our many leadership groups listed below. Applications are taken year-round for most of the groups via our quick volunteer leadership application form here or announced on our Volunteer Opportunities page.
Boards and Councils:
Serves as BRM Institute’s leadership body, with a duty to serve BRM Institute’s members around the globe.
An independent volunteer body that works in tandem with the BRM Institute Professional Development Team (PDT) to ensure BRM Institute maximizes the value it delivers to the global BRM community through “knowledge.”
An advisory group consisting of BRMs committed to acting through valuable feedback from BRMs worldwide, in order to support emerging needs and further the BRM discipline based on the expertise of those who know it best. The council’s purpose is threefold: Evolve Standards, Influence direction, and drive success.
An advisory group consisting of past or present C-level business executives from leading organizations around the globe, who have proven expertise in implementing and maximizing the BRM capability in organizations, and who share a passion and possess a vision to further advance the BRM discipline.
An independent, volunteer symposium that advises BRM Institute leadership teams to ensure knowledge provision aligns with the BRM Institute mission and the single global BRM profession needs.
Committees dedicated to orchestrating and maintaining a working relationship between BRM Institute and their Strategic Alliance partners that benefit both organizations’ missions and their communities. They aim to drive greater awareness, adoption, and support for the BRM discipline and empowering BRMs to have more success in their roles. Current committees include:
BRM Recognition Committee
Individuals responsible for steering how the Global BRM Community is recognized as individuals, teams, and organizations.
Community of Interest Leaders
Individuals responsible for coordinating and leading all BRM Institute Communities of Interest through dedicated Online Campus spaces, networking events, physical and virtual meet-ups, and more.
Storytellers and Presenters
Communicate complex ideas, knowledge
BRM Content Contributor Network
Launched in August 2016, the BRM Contributor Network provides an exclusive platform for BRM Institute Professional Members to share their expertise and establish themselves as thought leaders on topics and issues that affect BRMs every day.