Exercise Your Leadership Skills
Volunteering to serve on a committee is an excellent way to shape the direction and programs of the society, build your professional network, expand your knowledge, and exercise leadership skills. ASPHO strongly encourages members to get involved in committees to help achieve advances in the society's objectives and the field of pediatric hematology/oncology.
Appointments are made each year in spring so that new appointees can participate in the first committee meetings during ASPHO's annual meeting. Committee members are appointed for staggered 3-year terms, and new committee members are appointed annually. Committees conduct business by e-mail and conference calls throughout the year.
It is ASPHO's goal to maintain diverse geographic, demographic, and specialty representation, while attracting the most qualified individuals to serve on committees. ASPHO focuses on attracting, developing, and retaining volunteers who reflect the diversity of its membership to play key roles in leading the society.
Because available positions are limited, applicants are not guaranteed placement on a committee. Please click here to complete the Committee Volunteer form.
To learn more about each committee's activities and opportunities for involvement, click on the links below.
- Advocacy Committee
- Education Committee
- Communications Committee
- Early Career Council
- Membership Committee
- Practice Committee
- Professional Development Committee
- Annual Meeting Committee
- Review Course Committee
- Training Committee