Committee Involvement

Call for NACNS 2021-2022 Committees Opens April 15th 


We are pleased to open this year’s call for committee volunteers! Committees are an essential piece of the NACNS volunteer structure. Not only is volunteering a great way to get to know other CNSs from around the country, but it also helps drive the association’s agenda!  Please consider contributing your time and expertise to one of our committees. The deadline to submit your application is April 30th 11:59 PM (EST)

Learn more about each committee below:

What is the typical time commitment? Committees typically meet at least once per month via teleconference. Committees may choose to meet via traditional conference call or a computer screen sharing technology such as Zoom. Some committees assign work for members between meetings. Please estimate spending an average of 2 – 4 hours per month on committee tasks.

What type of work does the committee do? The NACNS Board of Directors will develop and assign a charge for each committee.

When will I hear if I am selected? Once the call for nominations for committee volunteers closes, the NACNS president and committee chairs will review the applications.  Committee volunteers should receive communication about their acceptance in June 2021 .  Our goal is for all committees will begin meeting in July 2021

How do I apply? Please complete the online application HERE. The online application will ask you to upload your CV or resume and a 250-word description of your qualifications and why you are interested in serving.

If I am currently on a committee and at the end of my term, can I reapply? Yes, you may re-apply for your committee if your term is up.  Our bylaws limit an individual’s service on a committee to 6 consecutive years.  If you are unaware if your term is ending, please contact Ana Hilton at

Thank you for considering joining the ranks of NACNS volunteers! We greatly value the time commitment and dedication of our volunteers and we appreciate your interest in giving back to the only association promoting the unique contributions of the CNS to health care.