Get involved by serving on a Committee or Task Force
Article VIII of the Chapter Charter provides the Chapter the opportunity of establishing committees and task forces based on the Chapter's program and administrative needs. The Charter also mandates three committees for the Chapter:
Volunteering for a committee or task force is one the best ways to get involved with the Chapter. Members to committees and task forces are made by the Chapter President and affirmed by the Chapter Board.
In making appointments, the President and the Chapter Board give consideration to members’ competence, geography, gender, gender identity, ethnicity, sexual orientation, experience, and unit recommendations. NASW membership in good standing is a requirement for all committee and task force appointments.
The most important element in making a committee or task force appointment is interst of the member. Email your interst in a committee or task force appointment to the Chapter President at email@example.com.
All committees and task forces, except for the Executive Committee and the Chapter Committee on Nominations and Leadereship Identification (CCNLI), are able to receive appointments. For the Executive Committee and CCNLI, members are elected to the committee through the membership vote. CCNLI consists of three elected positions. For the Executive Committee, it is a requirement of the following positions to serve on the committee:
Current Committees & Task Forces
Chapter Driven Committees
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