Committees are an important part of NACAC’s leadership structure; vital to its success. Eleven standing committees support the organization’s governance and programming. Each standing committee includes seven members who lend their expertise to the issues, programs, and governance that keep the association current and strategic in its service to members, the profession, and students.
Although the window for submissions is now closed, there are several options that may be available to you in your area. You may want to look into becoming involved in your state or regional association’s committees. Also, you can volunteer to serve on a local arrangements committee for the 2018 National Conference in Utah.
Please review the current 2018-2019 Committee Service Guidelines for information regarding the expectations, eligibility, volunteer forms, and appointment process for committee members.
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Interested in Volunteering for National Committee Service?
Committee service is a rewarding professional growth experience, providing members with opportunities to increase their knowledge and understanding of the issues facing the profession, to meet and learn from colleagues, and to influence the future of the organization and the profession. Here are some helpful guidelines.Committee Service Guidelines