CRLA Leadership Opportunities
Looking for a way to further your involvement and professional development with CRLA? Be part of the future of CRLA and your profession! Your CRLA is looking for members who have been active in the organization and who are interested in stepping into leadership positions.
The following positions are open at this time and the Board of Directors is accepting applications. The period of service would start immediately upon the Board of Directors approval of a candidate for a respective position.
To apply for a position, submit a letter of application addressing your willingness and ability to meet the requirements of the position, a vita or brief listing of qualifications, and a letter of institutional support. If institutional support is not required, please state such in the letter of application.
Submit your application to the current CRLA President via email.
Managing the ITTPC team of reviewers and the certification process is an excellent way to use your experience to give back to the CRLA organization! The ITTPC Coordinator works collaboratively and closely with the Certifications Director, the ITTPC Associate/Assistant Coordinator, and the team of reviewers to manage the multi-faceted ITTPC program and reviewing process.
CRLA Conference Sessions Evaluator
Becoming involved with the Annual Conference is a great way to learn more about the expertise of researchers and practitioners in our fields, network with colleagues, and further engage with the CRLA organization! The Conference Sessions Evaluator works collaboratively with the Conference Chair (President-Elect) to distribute evaluation forms and to ensure that there are session chairs for all of the concurrent sessions and institutes at the Annual Conference.
CRLA Publications Director
Working with the Publications Committee and on the Journal of College Reading and Learning is a great way to learn more about publications in our field, network with colleagues, and further engage with the CRLA organization! The Publications Director works collaboratively with the Publications Committee and JCRL editors to promote, support, and publish current research in fields of reading, learning assistance, developmental education, tutoring, and mentoring.