We welcome your ideas and expertise as AACS continues to grow. Interested in becoming more involved? There are several opportunities to contribute.
Builds the AACS brand and image and promotes the Association year round. Advertises the annual conference. Develops and recommends a comprehensive marketing program for enhancing the public profile and recognition of the Association and works to implement the strategy. Collaborates with several other committees that provide strategic directions and content.
Develops and proposes strategies to recruit, engage, and retain members. Implements recruitment strategies to reach young sociologists, professional sociologists working in diverse settings, and academics doing applied and clinical sociology. Works in collaboration with other Board committees to engage members in ways that build professional community and increases the benefits of membership.
Provides resources to enhance the knowledge, skills, and employment opportunities of the membership. Resources include, but are not limited to, mentorship, workshops, videos, pedagogy, syllabi, and materials and links to information that furthers the membership’s professional toolkit.
Engages undergraduate and graduate students interested in Applied and Clinical Sociology. Creates and enhances student orientated programs, responds to student needs and feedback, and presents students with opportunities to broaden their understanding of applied and clinical sociology outside academic institutions.
Serve on the AACS Board of Directors
In addition to several appointed positions, the AACS Board of Directors includes elected positions such as President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and six At-Large Board members. The Association holds annual elections welcomes new Board members. For more information, contact Dr. Karen Albright.
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The Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology is the premier organization for practicing sociologists and other applied and clinical social science professionals in the non-profit sector, industry, government, private practice, and academia.