Getting involved with EDUCAUSE and your peers in higher education provides opportunities to use your skills and knowledge beyond your campus, contribute to helping other IT professionals like yourself, and have an impact upon your profession.
"The opportunity to participate formally and informally in EDUCAUSE has been a great value to my career and has connected me to a wonderful and talented set of colleagues who I can turn to for any type of advice and recommendation."
—Chris Boniforti, Chief Information Officer at Lynn University
What Opportunities Are Available?
EDUCAUSE offers many opportunities to get involved throughout the year. Activities include advising on research studies, identifying hot topics, participating in constituent and discussion groups, presenting conference sessions, and contributing content. Find more information below, or feel free to send us a note and we’ll help find the right opportunity for you!
- EDUCAUSE Constituent and Discussion Groups – Ask for advice, share expertise, and build knowledge and professional networks. Get more involved by volunteering in group activities or becoming a group leader.
- Working Group Member – Working groups are a great way to work closely with peers and provide useful resources for the higher education community. Collaborate with other campus leaders on top technology topics, including security, privacy, cyberinfrastructure, data and analytics, IT services and management, workforce, and more. Appointments are made throughout the year.
- Advisory or Program Committee Member – Advisory committees contribute to special activities and guide association directions. Program committees work together from the initial program planning stages through on-site conference support and develop the themes, organization, and content for specific events. Appointments are made throughout the year and terms range from one to three years.
- Events: Volunteer to be a proposal reviewer or submit a proposal for EDUCAUSE events.
- Content Contributor: Become an EDUCAUSE author – write a guest blog or article for EDUCAUSE Review, publish a Research Bulletin, or contribute to a 7 Things You Should Know About.
"In my many years of volunteering with EDUCAUSE, my institution and my staff have always received much more than I have given. I learn, we learn, Notre Dame benefits and hopefully I make a small contribution to our higher education community."
—Ron Kraemer, Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information and Digital Officer at the University of Notre Dame