SAA Committee Volunteers

SAA Committee Volunteers

The SAA Board of Directors has been hard at work developing activities and events to build the SAA. Below is a list of current national SAA Committees for the 2017-2018 year with links to their charges:


We are currently accepting submissions for SAA Volunteers for the 2017-2018 committee year. If interested, please log-on to the Audiology Community and opt-in to the Volunteer Pool under the Volunteer tab on the main page. You will then need to select a volunteer opportunity under the Student Academy of Audiology in order to be considered for a volunteer position. E-mail Rachael Sifuentes, SAA Operations Manager, with questions or issues.

SAA volunteers must be members of the national SAA and must remain active SAA members throughout their committee service (or Academy members if they graduate and transition to Fellow membership status before the end of the committee year).

The SAA Committee Charges…..

SAA Chapter and Member Relations Committee
To increase student membership, engagement, collaboration, and communication between the national SAA, SAA Chapters, and students at the undergraduate and graduate level through outreach, recognition, and resource development.

SAA Communications Committee
To connect and inform students about the profession of audiology, including current issues and important topics relating specifically to audiology students, through the use of SAA and Academy-sponsored communication outlets.

SAA Conference Subcommittee
To organize and coordinate an annual, student-focused, educational conference held in conjunction with the Academy’s annual conference, AudiologyNOW! and develop programming that is relevant and useful to all audiology students.

SAA Development Committee
To provide and promote philanthropic support and humanitarian-based service through annual fundraisers and established relationships.

SAA Programs Subcommittee
To enhance the student experience at AudiologyNOW! by planning, organizing, promoting, and facilitating educational workshops, social events, and networking opportunities that are both peer-to-peer and professionally-based.

SAA Public Outreach Committee
To promote audiology as a profession to students and the general public through public awareness, education, and government relations on the local and national levels.