Call for Volunteers to Serve on ARIN Meetings Fellowship Selection Committee
Posted: Thu, 23 July 2009
ARIN is issuing a call for General Members in good standing to serve on the ARIN Meetings Fellowship Program Selection Committee. To qualify, you must have attended at least one ARIN Public Policy and Member's Meeting in the past three years. General Member in good standing is defined at:
The fellowship program provides financial support for one individual from each of the three sectors within ARIN's service area (Canada, the Caribbean and North Atlantic Islands, and the United States and Outlying Areas)to attend each Public Policy and Members Meeting. To learn more about ARIN XXIV in Dearborn and the fellowship program go to:
The Selection Committee, comprised of one member of the Board of Trustees (Chair), one member of the Advisory Council, and two General Members in good standing is charged with reviewing all eligible applications and selecting one qualified individual per ARIN region sector to attend each ARIN Public Policy and Members meeting.
Committee members will be subscribed to an email list where information will be exchanged and discussed. They must also attend all conference calls held during the decision making process. Working with the committee, the Chair will initiate mail list discussions and schedule teleconference calls as needed. There will be approximately two to three weeks of application review, email exchanges, and conference calls amongst committee members during early September in order to select Fellows for the October meeting.
Learn more about the Selection Committee by visiting:
Become more involved with ARIN and volunteer for the Selection Committee by sending an email with your name, organization and org id, contact info, and last ARIN meeting attended to firstname.lastname@example.org by 7 August 2009.
Two eligible members will be randomly selected to serve on the committee.
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