Newly Added Volunteer Opportunities
We are pleased to announce that the following opportunities have been recently added to the Volunteer Interest and Participation (VIP) Survey:
Reviewing Conference Presentation Slides for ADA Compliance
Are you passionate about inclusivity and accessibility? Do you have an eye for detail and a desire to ensure that everyone can fully participate in events? If so, we need your help!
We're seeking volunteers to review presentation slides for upcoming CAS events to ensure they meet the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Your role will be crucial in making sure that all attendees, regardless of any disabilities, can access and benefit from the information presented.
- Reviewing presentation slides provided by event organizers.
- Checking for compliance with CAS provided ADA requirements, including font size, color contrast, and alternative text for images.
- Providing feedback and suggestions for improvements to ensure accessibility
We are seeking volunteers to speak to students, their teachers, and parents at our exhibit booth.
Up to 8 volunteers needed at each of the following - March 2 9am-3pm in Washington, DC, March 9 in Atlanta, April 6 in Chicago
Volunteers will be asked to attend a brief pre-event preparation meeting and a post-event debrief meeting to provide feedback on your experience at the event and what we can improve for future events.
STEM Muse Distinguished Mentor
Act as a mentor for women pursuing undergrad STEM degrees - 8 distinguished mentor spots available for Summer/Fall 2024.
International Council - Website Review
One of the priorities the CAS International Council has set for this year is to curate and build out a library of resources for volunteers, staff, and university partners to use as part of our international outreach and continuing education work. We are looking for volunteers to support these efforts.
The International Council needs volunteer help with reviewing our website(s) (ex. old exams, exam content outlines, research papers, journal articles, Actuarial Review articles, etc.) and making web guides with hyperlinks and descriptions by topics (ex. pricing, reserving) to make it easier for universities in our priority international markets to start to incorporate more entry-level general insurance content into their curriculum/classes.
Volunteers working on this project will greatly help the CAS increase our impact around the globe.
In addition to the microvolunteering opportunities listed, we also are actively recruiting for the Syllabus and Exam Working Group, E-Forum Working Group, CAS Diversity Impact Group, Member Advisory Panel, and University Liaison Program.