Engage, Connect, Succeed

SCACPA offers several avenues of involvement, and we want to help you find the right fit. Volunteer opportunities are divided into three basic categories:

  • Strategic Leadership
  • Local Leadership
  • Interest-based Leadership

Strategic Leadership includes service on the SCACPA Board of Directors. Local Leadership includes serving the profession at the Chapter level to engage members within your own community. Interest-based Leadership features the opportunities to grow and participate according to your passions.

Ready to get started? Complete the interest form below, and the SCACPA team will be in touch to help identify the best fit for your talents.

Chapter Leadership & Board of Directors

If you are ready to jump into Chapter Leadership or the Board of Directors, please complete this form.

Chapter Leadership positions are for one year, and Board nominees will be considered for a three-year term, all beginning July 1, 2022. Nomination submissions are due May 1, 2022. Commitments for Chapter Leaders include meeting locally, planning social events, and meeting once a year with the SCACPA Board. Chapter Leaders are sometimes asked to create and manage action teams as well as committees of local volunteers.



Common Questions

Q: How often do
groups meet?

A: Most committees and task forces meet an average of two to four times per year. Most meetings are held via conference call or Web conference, with an in-person option at the SCACPA office in Cayce.

Q: Why should I volunteer?

A: Your involvement gives you the opportunity to share your talents and expertise, exercise your leadership skills, grow your knowledge base and develop professional relationships that will last you a lifetime.

Q: Do I need specific experience?

A: Some committees may require more professional experience than others. Contact the designated staff liaison or committee chair, if you have questions.

Q: How long is my commitment?

A: Committee and Task Force appointment terms are two years. You may request to be reappointed at the end of your term. Task Forces are generally formed for a specific project, and then dissolved.