Upcoming Leadership Openings
Under direction from the Network Coordination Chair, the Network chairperson directs and coordinates the activities of the designated Network. Network Chair positions are currently open for the Canadian, Graduate Student, Highly Selective Institution, International Student Orientation, Large Institution, Multicultural, Non-traditional Student, Parent & Family, Small College, Transfer Services and Two-Year College networks. Click here to learn more.
Regional Coordinators are representatives of the NODA membership, elected by their region. They are responsible for directing and coordinating educational and professional development activities, communication, and outreach for OTR professionals within their region.Regional Coordinator positions are currently open for regions II, III, and IX. Click here to learn more.
NODA Committees coordinate efforts to achieve tasks to further the strategic plan of the Association. Committee Member positions are open for the Annual Conference Advisory, Leadership Development, Finance, Educational Initiatives, Nominations, and Research committees. Click here to learn more.
Annual Awards Peer Reviewer
Sign up to become a Peer Reviewer for the NODA Annual Awards. Click here to learn more.
Publications & Media Showcase Peer Reviewer
Sign up to become a Peer Reviewer for the NODA Publications & Media Showcase Awards; this volunteer opportunity takes place in Indianapolis, IN preceding the NODA Annual Conference. Click here to learn more.
NODA invites you to become an active participant in our future by getting
involved in one of our many leadership roles. As a leader in NODA, we
collectively challenge our thinking and approach to the complex issues of
orientation, transition, and retention in the changing face of our new college
students. Leadership in our organization provides many benefits:
Enhance your professional development
Network with leaders in the field of orientation, transition, and retention
Form life-long friendships
Make a difference
It is an honor and a privilege to be a NODA leader. NODA leaders are the ambassadors of a select membership
and as such, will adhere to standards set forth by the Association.
Leadership Opportunities Timeline
Make a difference
Many opportunities exist. While each may require different levels of commitment
of time and energy, each is vital to the operations and resources that NODA is
able to provide our members. Candidates for most positions should be members of
NODA who are currently involved in orientation, transition, and retention.