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17355 SW Boones Ferry Rd, Suite B
Lake Oswego, OR , 97035


What does CAI do?

CAI provides resources, educational opportunities and advocacy by:

 - Serving as clearing house and research center on community associations;

 - Assisting members establish and operate successful association communities through publications, workshops, and technical assistance;

- Providing a national and state forum for discussing key issues in the field;

- Focusing attention on the concerns of community associations, managers and vendors.

By joining CAI, you automatically become a member of the Oregon Chapter of CAI as well as  CAI National .


Education Committee


The Education Committee is responsible for organizing and managing all CAI events that have an education element. This includes chapter events as well as CAI standard education programs. The committee is responsible for ensuring program topics are relevant, speakers are appropriate and materials presented are within CAI standard guidelines.


The Committee will:

  • Select topics for luncheons, manager meetings and special seminars.
  • Solicit and select speakers for the programs and instructors for the CAI educational courses.
  • Coordinate with the speakers/instructors to ensure materials are appropriate, assist with defining the topic/content, provide CAI curriculum, standard power point template or handout and work with CED to execute the event.
  • Adhere to and support the Standards and Guidelines for speakers, instructors and sponsors as adopted by the Chapter.
  • Provide administrative support and assist with coordination for CAI National Professional Management Development Programs (PMDP).
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The Education Committee meets on the first Monday of each month at 11:30 AM at the offices of CAI. New members are always welcome!