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What Opportunities Are Available?

Informal Opportunities

Engage throughout the year on a project-by-project basis in various activities, such as contributing content, advising on research studies, sharing your opinions, identifying hot topics, participating in task forces and virtual communities, convening conference sessions, and blogging.

Formal Opportunities

Advisory Committee Member – Serve a one-to-three-year term on one of the EDUCAUSE Advisory Committees. Advisory Committees contribute to special activities and guide association directions in selected areas of professional practice and policy. Appointments are made during the summer, following a spring call for volunteers.

Program Committee Member – Serve a one-to-two-year term on one of the EDUCAUSE Program Committees. Program Committees develop themes, organization, and content for specific conferences. Appointments are made throughout the year.

Working Group Member – Serve on an EDUCAUSE Working Group to collaborate with other IT leaders on top technology. Visit the working group page to learn more and apply. 

"Serving on EDUCAUSE committees and boards really gave me personal confidence, exposure to a variety of IT perspectives, and most importantly, colleagues I know well enough to ask about anything!"

—Becky King, Associate VP for Information Technology at Baylor University


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If you are employed at a college or university that is an EDUCAUSE member institution, please click the button below to complete the Volunteer Interest Form.

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