2023: Call For Candidates | Mar 6 – Apr 5
If you are interested in joining the Nevada Chapter Leadership team in a Member-Elected Position, please read on!
The AMTA-Nevada Chapter is operated by its volunteer-members and supported by the National AMTA Office. We look forward to working with you in making sure our 1,100+ members get the most benefit from their AMTA Memberships by providing them local continuing education activities, community service opportunities, and government-relations representation.
For OPEN, Member-Elected Positions: Complete a Candidate Application form
The AMTA-Nevada Chapter hosts its annual Elections for its available Board Member and Delegate positions in an online-Ballot format. All currently-Eligible (Current Professional-, Graduate-, and Supporting-Members are emailed Invitations to Apply in March for an open elected-Position and then, All members, a Ballot for Electing the Candidates who applied and were Eligible goes out in April. This happens annually, filling Positions that will be served for One or Two Years, beginning on the date of the chapter’s Annual Business Meeting, in/around May.
Open positions in 2023 include: Financial Administrator, Board Member, and Delegate, all 2-year Terms. Additional open-positions, for 1-year Terms, include: Secretary, Board Member, and Delegate
Professional Members, In Good Standing, of the Nevada Chapter interested in assisting the entire, 1,100+ Members in governing and providing activities are asked to Apply to confirm Eligibility to be on the ballot for the 2023 Nevada Chapter Election – Please click the button:
If you have questions not answered in the Position Descriptions (links, above), please contact the Nevada Board – we’d love to hear from you!
For open, President- or Board-Appointed Positions: Complete a Volunteer Search form
Complete the following form and submit it – it goes to the Chapter President via Nevada Chapter Board of Directors email address , who will contact you with any further requirements to qualify you as an Appointee and detail the responsibilities and commitment – the journey as an association-volunteer – on which you are willing to embark.