The Communications Committee manages our communications strategies by overseeing both the website and newsletter editors and managing all committee work to better coordinate the flow of information to members and relevant others.
The Newsletter Committee – managed by the newsletter editor – is a sub-committee of the Communications Committee, responsible for producing an informative and timely newsletter six times per year. The newsletter informs membership about executive goings on, current projects and upcoming events and also advertises products, employment opportunities and events.
A sub-committee of the Communications Committee, the Website Committee is responsible for the development and maintenance of information on the MSOT website. The Committee ensures that the website meets the OT-related information needs of members, public and key stakeholders.
The Nominating and Awards Committee actively recruits to fill each vacant Board and Key position and assists in identifying and recruiting volunteers for committees. The Nominating and Awards Committee also promotes the profession of Occupational Therapy through awards of recognition. Find out more about awards.
The Professional Development Committee promotes ongoing learning for our members. The committee coordinates continuing education courses, provides support to interested groups and oversees the Member Resources Lending Library.
The Public Relations Committee is responsible for promoting Occupational Therapy and the role of MSOT by maintaining our relationship with our stakeholders.
The Special Events Committee coordinates MSOT events, including the MSOT Annual General Meeting and OT Celebration.
The Archives Committee maintains a complete history of MSOT and the Occupational Therapy profession within Manitoba through a comprehensive collection of archived materials. The Committee is also responsible submissions on behalf of MSOT to the Provincial Archives of Manitoba.
If you are interested in joining a committee and would like more information please contact the MSOT office by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (204) 957-1214.