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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.

Watch this webinar for NODA Leadership Training: The Basics of NODA.

Current Opportunities

   Application Due Date Application Link 
 2020 Annual Conference Program Chair  April 24, 2018  Apply here.

Why Volunteer with NODA?

Leadership in our organization provides many benefits including the opportunity to enhance your professional development, network with fellow leaders in the OTR field, form life-long friendships, and make a difference. While each NODA leadership position requires different time and energy commitments, each is vital to the operations and resources that NODA is able to provide its members. 

It is an honor and a privilege to be a NODA leader. Candidates for most positions should be members of NODA who are currently involved in orientation, transition, and retention. NODA leaders are the ambassadors of a select membership and as such adhere to standards set forth by the Association


Future Leadership Opportunities

 Call for Applications Appointments Term Length
  Association Committee Chair August / September  October 1 year
starting January 1st
  Secretary/Treasurer   October  December 2 years
starting January 1st 
  Regional Coordinators September  October 2 years
starting January 1st 
  Network Chairs  September  October   2 years
starting January 1st 
  Association Committee Members September  October  2 years
starting January 1st 
  Annual Conference Program Chair March April 2 years 
starting May 1st
  Annual Conference Program Committee October   April 2 years
starting May 1st 
  General Board Member  November December   3 years
starting January 1st
  President-Elect  November December  3 years
starting January 1st


In order to provide volunteer opportunities to as many NODA members as possible, typically one role is assigned at a time. Dual volunteer roles must be approved by the Executive Director on a case by case basis.



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