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The ACR is accepting applications for mini curriculums, which are educational activities or curriculums to enhance the ACR Core Curriculum Outline.
Special Projects are short-term, low time commitment volunteer activities.
WHO: Open to all current members of the ACR/ARP. Ideally suited for first-time volunteers!
WHAT: These positions vary in nature. Examples include writing a column for The Rheumatologist, reviewing website content, or sending an email to your lawmakers.
WHEN: Applications are accepted year round. Committee leaders will reach out to interested volunteers on an as-needed basis.
WHY: Enhance your CV with volunteerism and connect with your rheumatology colleagues while maintaining flexibility in your busy schedule.
HOW: Click the button “Special Projects Volunteer Application” to tell us your preferred areas of service. The staff liaison for your selections will contact you as opportunities arise.
Special Projects Volunteer Application
The opportunities are organized by committee. Next to each opportunity, you will also see an icon which indicates the type of activity, e.g., advocacy, research, technology, etc. Refer to the Volunteer Categories section at the top of this page to see a legend of the icons.
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