ASHA Volunteer Opportunities
Service is one of the three critical elements, along with teaching and scholarship, towards earning tenure. ASHA offers a variety of volunteer opportunities with an interest in advancing the professions. Whether through a multi-year appointment on a board or council or serving on an ad hoc committee with a specific project, ASHA provides opportunities for members to grow, to collaborate, and to network with colleagues from all over the country.
Interested in volunteering?
Other less formal or shorter-term volunteer opportunities abound in the discipline as well. Here are some examples of recent opportunities:
- Reviewers for ASHA award programs such as SPARC and AARC
- Task forces and in leadership roles with a state association
- Topic coordinators and reviewers for state, regional, and national meetings including the ASHA Convention
- NSSLHA chapter advisors