OCRID offers two types of committees within its organization


Standing committees shall be appointed or discontinued by the President as deemed necessary.

Ad Hoc

Ad hoc committees shall be appointed by the President when deemed necessary to carry on the work of OCRID. Ad hoc committees shall serve until the task is completed.

Our Standing Committees

Certification Maintenance Program (CMP) Committee

This committee works in collaboration with a network of approved sponsors to ensure the quality and effectiveness of educational opportunities provided for certified members and individuals aspiring to become certified.

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Policies and Procedures Manual (PPM) Committee

This committee serves to modify and improve the working Polices and Procedures Manual for OCRID to support the successful management of the organization.

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Our Ad Hoc Committees



This committee serves to review bylaws, explore amendments to bylaws, and to adhere to some motions submitted by membership

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Annual Conference Planning Committee

This committee serves to ensure successful, engaging annual conferences through thorough event planning.

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Licensure and Standards Committee

This committee serves to pursue Ohio licensure or other statewide standards for interpreters working in settings other than K-12.

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Awards and Scholarships Committee

This committee works to develop and maintain scholarships and awards that are offered annually at the Business Meeting.

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Educational Interpreter Committee

This committee serves as collaboration of Educational interpreters for data gathering and standards development for K-12 interpreters.

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This committee will research mentorship opportunities in Ohio to see if OCRID can partner, or work on developing a mentorship program under the organization.

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