Join a Board Committee
Put your talents to use, and join a NACE Foundation board committee! Board Committees members and volunteers have the opportunity to use their skills, interests, and background knowledge to contribute and pursue ideas in order to further the mission and vision of the NACE Foundation. The NACE Foundation is looking for interested members for the following committees:
The Program Committee is made up of members who are familiar with the operations and impact of NACE Foundation programs. Committee members measure and evaluate the results of existing programs, and participate in discussions for program modifications and enhancements. Program Committee members also provide input and consultation for the development of new programs that will advance the mission of the NACE Foundation. Program Committee commitments include participating in teleconferences to discuss current NACE Foundation program affairs as needed (e.g., program priorities, new program development), as well as finding new resources for program improvement, and venues for program distribution.
The Events Committee is responsible for ensuring the financial successes of the NACE Foundation’s many fundraising events held throughout the year. Committee members will participate in the initial planning stages for these events, and more importantly, will play key role in soliciting sponsorships and participants, as well as day of assistance for the various events. Event Committee commitments also include participating in teleconferences to discuss event logistics, as well as identifying new types of events that will produce additional revenue for the Foundation.
Interested in joining a board committee? Contact Us!
Become a Mentor
The NACE Foundation’s Workforce Development Program was established to assist returning veterans in achieving a smooth transition into the workforce through proper guidance and education/training. This program relies on volunteers who will commit to counseling and supporting the career paths of our selected veterans, and to assist the NACE Foundation staff in finding networking and job placement opportunities for veteran participants upon program completion.
As a mentor, your knowledge and experience of the corrosion industry can assist returning veterans with their transition into a rewarding and recession-proof career. Mentor responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
- Sharing your expertise and experience of the corrosion industry with veterans, while offering firsthand knowledge and advice on possible career paths and expectations.
- Providing veterans with opportunities to network with other corrosion professionals, NACE members, and/or potential employers, including but not limited to attending NACE section meetings, NACE conferences and events, and field site visits with veterans.
- Communicating regularly with veteran to monitor progress during and after program participation, and providing periodic updates on veteran’s progress to NACE Foundation staff.
Yes, I want to mentor a veteran!
Volunteer at an Upcoming Event
Interested in volunteering at an upcoming NACE Foundation event? Check out a list of Upcoming Events and contact us below: