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Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Are you interested in volunteer work with the American Academy of Audiology? If so, please submit your name to the volunteer pool.

The Academy has a number of volunteer opportunities, including serving on committees, task forces, special working groups, and participating in short-term projects such as authoring articles, presenting on special interest topics, or serving as a subject matter expert.

Serving on Committees, Task Forces, and Working Groups

Committee terms typically start on July 1 of each year. The charge and goals of the committees are also updated  at that time. Most committee terms are three years, and approximately one third of each committee turns over each year. Fellow members of the Academy are eligible to serve on committees as voting members. Many committees also have a non-voting, student member.

Learn more about the current committees and task forces and get involved by reviewing the committee charges.

Ad-hoc task forces and working groups are developed on an as-needed basis with direction from the Academy Board of Directors. If you hae a special expertise in a specific topic, please complete the online form and let us know you would be interested in serving as part of one of these groups in the near future. Indicate your areas of expertise and include your most current contact information.

Authoring Articles

Audiology Today
Audiology Today (AT) is a full-color, bimonthly magazine specifically for audiologists. Each issue provides comprehensive reporting on topics relevant to audiology, including clinical activities and hearing research, current events, news items, professional issues, individual-institutional-organizational announcements, and other areas within the scope of practice of audiology. AT welcomes the submission of feature articles, opinion pieces, special interest articles, and letters to the editor (see specific guidelines for these letters). Common article topics include, but are not limited to, coding and reimbursement, practice and office management, education, the future of the profession, best practices, state issues, licensure/accreditation, scope of practice, e-healthcare, and much more. Refer to our editorial calendar for more information about specific upcoming issues and topics. Learn more...

Journal of the American Academy of Audiology
The Journal of the American Academy of Audiology (JAAA) is the Academy's scholarly peer-reviewed publication, issued ten times per year and available to Academy members as a benefit of membership. The JAAA publishes articles and clinical reports in all areas of audiology, including audiological assessment, amplification, aural habilitation and rehabilitation, auditory electrophysiology, vestibular assessment, and hearing science. Learn more...

Presenting on Special Interest Topics

AudiologyNOW! Call for Presentations
What a tremendous way to present new findings, share your knowledge, and collaborate with colleagues. We always need your help to get the best educational content lined up for AudiologyNOW! We want presenters who can focus on different aspects of the profession, and who can gear content to different career levels and work settings. We are looking for beginner-level content, as well as intermediate and advanced topics. We are looking for you!

At AudiologyNOW! 2017, April 5-8, in Indianapolis, IN, submit proposals for Learning Modules, Exhibitor Courses, Research Podiums, and the Student Research Forum.
Submissions are due October 3, 2016 (11:59 pm ET). Learn more...

Serving as a Subject Matter Expert

Ad-hoc task forces and working groups are developed on an as-needed basis with direction from the Academy Board of Directors. If you hae a special expertise in a specific topic, please complete the online form and let us know you would be interested in serving as part of one of these groups in the near future. Indicate your areas of expertise and include your most current contact information.

We also receive inquiries from press and other organizations in specific topical areas, and will use this group of subject matter experts to assist in answering the inquiries on behalf of the Academy.