SAA Committee Volunteers
How to Volunteer
A general call for SAA volunteers, excepting SAA Board of Director positions (see below for more information), will be made on March 1, 2019. During this time, please visit the Audiology Community and complete the application for 2019-2020 SAA Volunteer. Members interested in applying for the State Ambassador Program Task Force will need to fill out a separate application, also available on the Community. Step-by-step instructions are posted in the Volunteer Resources section of the Academy website for new volunteers and for returning volunteers in need of a refresher.
Micro-volunteer opportunities are made available throughout the year. Submit an application to the SAA Reserve, open year-round, on the Audiology Community to be considered for pop-up projects and initiatives. You may also email SAA President, Liz Marler.
Terms for all SAA volunteer opportunities is July 1 - June 30. Current SAA members and Undergraduate Associate members are eligible to volunteer for SAA committees and task forces, only SAA Members can apply for the SAA Board of Directors.
SAA Board of Directors
If you are looking for a way to be more involved with the SAA, apply for the 2019-2020 SAA Board of Directors!
The SAA Board of Directors is comprised of ten student leaders. Of those ten student leaders, there is the President, the President-Elect, and eight (8) members at large.
National SAA leadership is structured based on the six committees: Chapter and Member Relations, Development, Public Outreach, Communications, SAA Programs, and SAA Conference.
SAA Board of Director members are responsible for representing the Audiology student community and acting as the communication link between AAA, national SAA, and local SAA chapters.
SAA Executive Committee officers (President, President-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer) are responsible for strengthening the connections between local, regional, and national SAA members in addition to governance issues.
Are you ready to apply for a position on the SAA Board of Directors? If so, the application for the 2019-2020 election opens on October 24, 2018. Head to the Audiology Community to apply!
SAA Committees and Task Forces
Serving as an SAA volunteer is a great way to network with other AuD students across the country. Responsibilities vary based on the committee you are assigned to. Fundamental responsibilities include frequent collaboration with others and eagerness to learn, grow, support our profession, and have fun! 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 and Task Forces for the 2018-2019 year. All of these opportunities will be open for new volunteers during the next general call for SAA volunteers.