Be part of NACE Education as a member of the General Education Subcommittee. As a volunteer, you will lend your industry expertise to assist with reviewing and approving technical course content for the Education courses that fall within the General Education portfolio. Volunteers provide general oversight and assist with the direction of courses within the Subcommittee in accordance with the Education Operating Manual. While working with other members of the Subcommittee and NACE staff, you will form and implement strategies to support committee objectives and offer input on Education organizational policy.
Must have extensive knowledge and background in one or more of the three the courses in which the Subcommittee member has responsibility. These courses include Basic Corrosion, Corrosion Control in the Refining Industry, and Designing for Corrosion Control. An example of someone who has extensive knowledge and background would be someone who has taught or taken one of these courses. Potential volunteers may review the course pages at www.nace.org/education.
Four, two-hour virtual meetings are held in a year. Beyond the meetings, additional time may be required to accomplish the tasks that are determined after these meetings.Qualifications
Recommended that you have either taken or taught one of the following courses: Basic Corrosion, Corrosion Control in the Refining Industry, or Designing for Corrosion Control or have relevant work experience in these industries.Requirements
- NACE member in good standing
- Cannot be a volunteer member of the NACE Institute