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Volunteers play an important role in the mission and vision of NCSAAM. We have many opportunities to volunteer whether you are looking for a long-term opportunity or a short-term project. If you have questions about these opportunities, contact us at email@example.com
VACANT POSITIONS: The following positions obtain free tuition to the NCSAAM annual symposium offered in conjunction with the annual membership meeting and 50% reduction on other Association-sponsored CEU events.
NCSAAM Local Triad Chapter position
Summary description: Chapter representatives uphold the mission of the association by representing their local Chapter members and voting on their behalf on all NCSAAM Board of Directors actions.
Responsibilities: Maintain an active membership in the association. Attend the annual meeting, budget meeting, and all BOD conference call or in person meetings to vote on behalf of their Chapter members. Network with and learn who their local members are. Get to know the membership in order to understand their wishes for, expectations of, and contributions to the association. Organize and attend local Chapter events including CEU/ PDA courses. Recruit current members for participation in statewide events, and fill volunteer positions within NCSAAM. Familiarize oneself with the mission statement and by-laws of the association.
Hours/ week: 1-2
Requirements for the position: Be an active member and live in your local Chapter area.
Benefits of the position:
The opportunity to work with high level professionals and support the NC L.Ac. community
Free tuition to the NCSAAM annual CEU/ PDA event
50% reduction in tuition to other association sponsored events
From NCSAAM By-laws:
Local Chapter Representatives must live and/or maintain a practice in the local chapter they wish to represent. These chapters are centered in Beach, Charlotte, Mountain, Triad, and Triangle.
The Chapter Representatives shall present a list of candidates to the Board. The Chapter Representatives shall solicit candidates via communication with the membership asking people to self-nominate, and by directly approaching members they feel would be qualified for the position. All candidates must be professional members of the Association and have accepted the nomination. The Board shall announce to the membership the slate of candidates one month prior to the Annual Meeting. Until that time, any professional members who seek to be on the Board may request that their names be placed on the slate.
If you are interested in serving and/or have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org