There are many reasons why people like you volunteer:
- Expanding your abilities;
- Building a network;
- Influencing the course of the profession;
- And let's not forget the sheer enjoyment of it!
We're certain that one or more of these is a reason you will want to volunteer.
Ways to Volunteer
Volunteering as a Candidate
Volunteerism is a core value of the CAS, and about one-third of CAS members volunteer for the organization each year.
Volunteering on Committees
Discover resources for committee chairs such as best practices, webinars, a slide deck, and online leadership training courses.
Awards and Recognitions
The President's Award is given to members of the profession who have, in the opinion of the President, made a particular and special contribution to the Casualty Actuarial Society during the President's term.
New Member Award (NMA)
Have you worked with a new CAS member who performed beyond what is reasonably expected of new members? You have a way to recognize this member and let the rest of the CAS know.
The Above and Beyond Achievement Award
Have you ever worked with a CAS volunteer who performed far beyond what was expected of him or her? Such dedication is often unnoticed outside a particular committee. But you have a way to let the rest of the CAS know.
The Matthew Rodermund Memorial Service Award
The Matthew Rodermund Memorial Service Award is intended to recognize CAS members who have made significant volunteer contributions to the actuarial profession over the course of a career.