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. CAS candidates have increasingly expressed an interest contributing as volunteers too, and there are a number of ways that candidates can serve as volunteers. Candidates should check with their employer to make sure they support the time commitment for volunteer activities.
Candidate Advocate Working Group
The Candidate Advocate Working Group’s main focus is to keep the lines of communication open between the people making the decisions for the CAS and candidates who are deeply impacted by those decisions. Candidate representatives contribute an important perspective to the goals and objectives of the working group. Representatives are selected through an application process conducted every summer.
University Liaisons help the CAS meet its objective to increase our presence on college campuses through a variety of suggested activities. Liaisons typically work with the schools they graduated from, or schools near their current employers. See the complete announcement for more information.
New Members Task Force
The New Members Task Force is responsible for effectively integrating new members into the CAS, and for ensuring that new member perspectives are readily available to CAS committees and CAS leadership.
Future Fellows Hot Topics Contributor
Share your perspective with fellow candidates by writing for the Future Fellows Hot Topics. The CAS welcomes candidates to participate in providing content as one-time guest writer or regular contributors.