Call for 2019 Committee Volunteers



The NAMSS 2019 Call for Committee Volunteers is now open! Volunteering to be appointed to a NAMSS governance committee is a leadership opportunity that shouldn’t be missed. If the time is right in your career, stand up and serve! Being an effective member of one of a NAMSS committee requires certain traits and skill-sets: integrity, responsibility, respect, and a positive attitude. If you see these qualities in yourself and you have the passion to serve your peers, now may be the time to set a course for your volunteer leadership path. Just as you would your employment career, it is important to map out a plan to get you where you want to be in your volunteerism career. Application deadline is August 3, 2018

Below is a listing of current Committees; look for one that is of specific interest to you. Please review the Volunteer Leader Agreement prior to submitting your application. Please note that the Certification Commission of NAMSS (CCN) is not seeking volunteers for 2019 and is therefore not included in the survey to apply

Committee members MUST be active NAMSS members, and cannot be subsequently serving as a NAMSS Instructor or a President/President-Elect of a State Association.

  • Audit & Finance Committee - The Audit & Finance Committee is responsible for the review and oversight of NAMSS financial reports, investments, and records to ensure the organization’s continued viability. The term commitment is one year (January 1-December 31), with a reappointment option of up to a total of three one-year terms.
  • Conference Committee - The Conference Committee is responsible for developing the education program (i.e. topics and speakers) at the NAMSS Educational Conference and Exhibition. The term commitment is one year (January 1-December 31), with a reappointment option of up to a total of three one-year terms.
  • Education Committee - The Education Committee is responsible for providing educational opportunities for members on topics relevant to current job functions and future career enhancements. The term commitment is one year (January 1-December 31), with a reappointment option of up to a total of three one-year terms.
  • Ethics Committee - The primary role of the Ethics Committee is to assist the NAMSS Board and CCN in maintaining the ethical standards of the association through education on, consultation about, and evaluation of the professional conduct of its members. The term commitment is one year (January 1-December 31), with a reappointment option of up to a total of three one-year terms.
  • Membership Committee - The Membership Committee guides the member retention and recruitment strategies of NAMSS. Members are asked to call new members, send out birthday greetings, or participate on the mentoring sub-committee. The term commitment is one year (January 1-December 31), with a reappointment option of up to a total of three one-year terms.



Not ready to commit to a term on a committee, but looking for more ways to volunteer and serve the organization? Enter your information into the NAMSS Resource Registry  – a repository of volunteers to be called upon for work on special projects, task forces and strategic initiatives.  The Registry will remain open year-round. Submit your information today for an opportunity to become involved.

Questions? Please contact the NAMSS Executive Office at (202) 367-1196 or via e-mail at info@namss.org.