Learn more about AABB PEP volunteer opportunities!
Call for Junior Committee Members
Are you an AABB Early Career member or an individual member with less than two years of membership looking to become more involved in the association? We are now taking junior committee member applications for the 2017-2018 association year! If you meet the requirements, apply today by completing the Committee Volunteer Form. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Association Seeks Candidates for the Next Gen Leadership Pipeline (NGLP)
AABB’s Professional Engagement Program (PEP) will hold an open call for members interested in being placed on the Next Gen Leadership Pipeline (NGLP) list. This list is comprised of AABB members who are being considered for Board service and other leadership positions within the association. Using defined criteria, the names will be vetted by the Governance Committee for placement on the list. In order to be eligible, a nominee must be a current AABB member. Leadership experience, prior volunteer work for AABB, and a willingness to openly engage with others about the association are highly desired traits as well. AABB members can nominate themselves or other members. If you are interested in nominating yourself for the NGLP, please send an up-to-date copy of your CV and your member ID number to PEP@aabb.org. If you are interested in nominating another member, please send his or her name and be sure the person is aware of the nomination to PEP@aabb.org. All nominations must be submitted by February 28, 2017.
Mentoring Programs for Young Professionals
Looking for a fun way to get involved in AABB? AABB’s PEP Team has unveiled a new Mentoring Program. This six month informal program matches experienced professionals with those who are new to the transfusion medicine, patient blood management and cellular therapies fields. Expand your professional network, exchange information and ideas while building lasting friendships. Please complete and return the
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AABB HUB Fosters Active Discussions; Add Your Voice
Hot discussions on transfusion medicine, patient blood management and cellular therapies have started to appear on the
AABB HUB, the association’s new online forum for AABB members. AABB encourages members to subscribe to their group(s) of choice and join in the conversation. Subscribing enables members to respond to or start a thread directly from their email inbox. Begin networking and sharing ideas with colleagues around the world.
Social Media Collaboration
If you cannot imagine a world without social media, this opportunity is for you. AABB is seeking AABB members with deep interest and expertise in social media to help the association offer insightful content and resources via its social media platforms. Contact us for the chance to collaborate with AABB!