Become an AALHE Volunteer!

The AALHE volunteer community is an active group of assessment professionals who help improve and sustain AALHE. As a volunteer, you can make valuable professional connections, share your skills, and help AALHE continually improve by serving on an AALHE committee.

Our committees are currently recruiting for the July 2022 - June 2023 year. New and existing members are encouraged to get involved. To be considered, please submit the volunteer form linked below. We strongly recommend that you consider a three-year commitment and engagement expectations when signing up to volunteer for a committee.

Note: Only members who have paid their annual membership dues are eligible to volunteer. If you’re not yet a member you can become a member when you complete the volunteer form. 

For a comprehensive guide to being an AALHE volunteer, please review the AALHE Volunteer Handbook.

Complete the AALHE Volunteer Form

The committee needs listed below indicate possible ways volunteers can support AALHE. These skills are not required to volunteer as there are many ways all members can contribute!

AALHE Standing Committees 2022-2023

Communications Committee: coordinate, develop, and disseminate information via AALHE social media accounts, Assess listserv, and our member newsletter to promote events and professional development opportunities on a regular basis.  

Conference Committee: coordinate the annual conference, including the following: solicit and review proposals, recommend keynote speakers, plan new attendee orientation and networking events, evaluate conference and use findings, and recommend future locations.

President's Committee on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: promote diversity, equity, and inclusion among assessment practitioners and among the members of AALHE; provide recommendations on how to promote DEI in relation to all functions of the organization; and provide consultation to existing AALHE committees to support them as they integrate DEI principles into their work.

Professional Development Committee: offer professional development opportunities outside the annual conference.

Publications Committee: coordinate and develop publications on student learning assessment for the advancement of knowledge; review and edit manuscripts prior to publication; recommend topics and promote articles or issues and call for proposals. Subcommittees include 1) Intersection, 2) Emerging Dialogues, and 3) Conference Proceedings.

Recruitment and Retention Committee: analyze membership data; recruit and retain members; annually survey members; make recommendations of the conditions under which membership is established and renewed; manage the placement of member volunteers.