Student Subcommittee Chairs
ACM-W NORTH AMERICA SEEKS STUDENT SUBCOMMITTEE CHAIRS
The Executive Committee seeks student volunteers from across North America who are interested in serving as student chairs to work closely with the Executive Committee on activities and initiatives. For more information and to apply, please review the information on each subcommittee and complete the self- nomination form on this page.
Celebrations: This subcommittee leads the efforts in sustaining, supporting, and growing Celebrations throughout North America.
Communications: This subcommittee leads all formal and informal communication efforts from the ACM-W North America Committee (including, but not limited to newsletters, website, and social media).
Empowerment of Marginalized Communities: This subcommittee leads the efforts in empowering, supporting, and connecting individuals who have been systemically pushed to the fringes in computing.
Nominations: This subcommittee leads efforts to identify, vet, and/or present people identified as potential candidates for the ACM-W North America Committee.
Student Chapters: This subcommittee leads the efforts in sustaining, supporting, and growing student chapters throughout North America.
Student Subcommittee Chairs Requirements:
1. Work closely with subcommittee chairs and members to contribute to the mission of celebrating and advocating for the full engagement of women and nonbinary people in all aspects of the computing field in North America.
2. Attend subcommittee meetings (~1x per month from August-May).
Please complete the self-nomination form no later than Friday, April 1, 2022 for consideration.
Note: Demographic information is collected in the form to ensure that the committee follows Article III, Section 9 of the Committee Constitution: The ACM-W North America Committee members shall make every effort to ensure that the Committee includes diverse representation across sectors (academia, industry, nonprofit, and government), ACM SIGs, geographical locations (including countries across North America), identities (race/ethnicity, sexual identity, gender), abilities, and ages.