Become A Member

REGULAR MEMBERSHIP

A. Persons desiring regular membership in the LACA must meet the following criteria:

  • Employment, full-time or part-time, in a hotel or resort in Los Angeles. On-call employment is not eligible.
  • Job title of “Concierge”
  • Application and verification, i.e., business cards and/or letter from Human Resources.
  • Renewing members must have attended a minimum of three business meetings in the previous year. Should a renewing member desire membership renewal when this criteria has not been met, a letter of explanation must be submitted to the current board of directors.

B. Once the aforementioned criteria have been met, the following privileges apply:

  • Each regular member shall have one vote on issues brought before the general membership. To be able to keep this privilege, members must meet the requirement of a minimum of three (3) LACA business meetings attendance per year.
  • Each regular member shall have the opportunity to hold elected office after two (2) years in the hotel industry, one (1) year of which as a regular member of the LACA.
  • Each member shall have the opportunity to hold an appointed committee office within the LACA after completing one (1) year of regular membership.

Persons desiring affiliate membership in the LACA must meet all of the following criteria:

  • Employment full-time or part-time with the job title of “Concierge” in a three, four, or five-star hotel, resort or property outside of Los Angeles County where no other local concierge association exists.
  • Provision of proof of employment such as a letter from human resources and/or a business card.
  • Once the aforementioned criteria have been met, the following privileges shall apply:
  • Each affiliate member is welcome to contribute constructive commentary to the LACA but is not permitted to vote.
  • Each affiliate member shall have the opportunity to serve on committees, but may not hold office or chair committees with the LACA.
  • Affiliate membership shall be for twelve months (that calendar year only) and may be renewed only upon written petition to the board of directors of the LACA.

HONORARY MEMBERSHIP

A. Persons desiring honorary membership in the LACA must meet all of the following criteria.

  • Exhibition of distinction in public affairs on the local, state, or national level.
  • Demonstration of extraordinary dedication to furthering the best interests of the LACA.
  • Honorary membership may be granted to an individual who has rendered distinguished service to the LACA by a majority vote of the board of directors.

B. Once the aforementioned criteria have been met, the following privileges apply.

  • Each honorary member is welcome to contribute constructive commentary to the LACA but is not permitted to vote.
  • Each honorary member shall have the opportunity to serve on committees, but may not hold office or chair committees within the LACA.
  • Upon recommendation of the board of directors of the LACA and a vote of its general membership, a honorary member may be classified as dues-exempt.