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Join a Council to have a voice in industry professional development. There are six core competency councils operating under the oversight of the NACS Education Committee. The Chair of each council serves on the NACS Education Committee. Terms are one year with the option to reapply for additional terms. Work is accomplished primarily via conference calls and e-mails but may include one face-to-face meeting (travel expenses paid by NACS).
Champion the efforts of others in similar environments, facing common challenges. Teams are convened as needed. Terms are one year with the option to reapply for additional terms. Work is accomplished primarily via conference calls and e-mails but may include one face-to-face meeting (travel expenses paid by NACS).
Give input to the NACS Board and staff on the work of the association’s various programs, services, and initiatives. Example include the Associate, CAMEX Program, and Government Relations Committees. Commitment includes at least one face-to-face meeting (travel expenses paid by NACS).
Help build a better tomorrow for our industry! Visit NACS Foundation for volunteer opportunities.
The NACS Board of Trustees
Help set the strategic direction of the association. Learn more about serving on the NACS Board.
Ad Hoc Opportunities
Jump in to work on specific short-term projects. Examples include Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to assist in the development or revision of program curriculum, Online Course Coach, CCR item writing, NACS Monthly Planner (content expert), Membership Retention (Member-Keep-a-Member), CAMEX volunteer, e-mail or on-site focus groups, and providing testimonials on programs and services. Interested in writing for the magazine? You can write something yourself, or collaborate with others. Check with Editor Michael Von Glahn, firstname.lastname@example.org, about topics and viewpoints. Visit The College Store, NACS’ official publication, for complete information on the many ways to contribute.
Get involved locally—through committees, task forces, presentations, newsletter writing, and more. Learn how you can directly contribute to the success of the college store industry and develop skills you can use, both on the job and in future work, as a volunteer leader. We will be glad to give your name and areas of interest and expertise to the appropriate person in your state or regional association.
For more information
Contact Cindy Thompson (email@example.com) or Renee Ybarra (firstname.lastname@example.org).