Join A Committee!
We hope that members will join the committees to network and grow themselves and our organization. Here’s a brief description of each to help you decide where you fit.
Advocacy is essential to Adult Education, and IAACE has a lobbyist to make an impact on the funds available for Adult Education. Sharing success stories, inviting government officials to your events and writing them are three ways you can participate.
We communicate with our newsletter, our blog and website and email. We are looking for monthly submissions for blogs that share resources and ideas as well as making your job easier. We also want to hear your stories to include in the newsletter to share our success with all members. We have a goal to have a member on the committee from each region.
How do we grow membership? How do we provide members what they need? The membership committee communicates with each new member and assists with engaging them in the beginning. What else do you need from your membership? This committee can make an impact on that.
The conference committee is fun. If you want a part in making your conference motivational and inspiring, join the conference committee. Call for presenters, after hour fun and keynote speaker, you can have a say in all of it when you enter the conference committee.
Employer Engagement is a over a year old. The purpose of this committee is to build collaborations between employers and adult education organizations to increase opportunities for adult learners. It started the IET and WEI treasure chest on our website.
The Professional Development Committee purpose is to build professional development opportunities for our members. When you logged in you may view the latest at https://iaace.com/professional-development/
The Adult Learner committee purpose is about engaging our adult learners in our adult education community.
Join a committee to learn more. There are no terms for the committees. Try as many as you like! The IAACE Board and staff encourage you to get involved with the committee that interests you. Contact any board member or email email@example.com with questions.