Volunteer to Serve on the 2022 ARIN Fellowship Selection Committee

Posted: Monday, 10 January 2022

Volunteer now to serve on the 2022 ARIN Fellowship Selection Committee! This is an opportunity for up to five volunteers to serve a one-year term on a key committee that is responsible for selecting qualified individuals within the ARIN region to become an ARIN Fellow.

Fellows are selected for each ARIN meeting and broaden their awareness of ARIN’s work and services through four structured educational sessions and mentorship to prepare for the event. The 2022 Fellowship Program will be virtual, providing time for Fellows to dig deeper into discussions relating to ARIN’s Policy Development Process (PDP) and learn about ARIN’s work and services before the Public Policy and Members Meeting (PPMM) begins (24-27 April 2022 and 19-20 October 2022). The Fellowship Program provides focused interaction to develop relationships between Fellows, ARIN staff, and an appointed community member mentor.

The ARIN Fellowship Selection Committee is responsible for evaluating applications and selecting the applicants who are best suited for an ARIN Fellowship. To be considered for the Fellowship Selection Committee, you must:

  • be a representative from an ARIN General Member Organization or an ARIN Fellow alum;
  • have attended or participated in at least one ARIN PPMM in the last three years; and
  • be able to contribute approximately 20 hours of time during February/March and August/September 2022 to have two committee Zoom calls, review applications, and select Fellowship recipients that you believe are a fit for the program

Members from ARIN’s Board of Trustees and Advisory Council are also eligible to serve.

Individuals interested in volunteering for the 2022 Fellowship Selection Committee must complete a volunteer questionnaire no later than Friday, 28 January, at the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FPSelection2022

By volunteering for ARIN’s Fellowship Selection committee you will help identify future leaders within the community. To learn more about ARIN’s Fellowship Program, please visit: https://www.arin.net/fellowships

If you have any questions or would like to learn more, please email Amanda Gauldin, Community Engagement Coordinator, at fellowships@arin.net.


Amanda Gauldin
Community Engagement Coordinator
American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN)