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indicate which committees you are interested in. We have openings on committees throughout the
year, so applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
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AWARDS COMMITTEE: This committee is responsible for selecting the recipients for ISPI Award recipients for T. F. Gilbert Honorary Award, Honorary Life Member, and other distinguished awards.
AWARD OF EXCELLENCE COMMITTEE: Awards of Excellence Reviewers are responsible for evaluating and recommending submissions to be considered for ISPI’s Awards of Excellence.
CERTIFICATION AND ACCREDITATION GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE (CAGC) The CAGC provides governance over the Certification process. Only CPT's can serve on this Committee.
CHAPTER PARTNERSHIP COMMITTEE (CPC): The CPC maintains and strengthens communication between Chapters, Chapter Leaders, and the Society as well as provides guidance and support for forming and sustaining Chapters.
CONFERENCE VOLUNTEER: Conference Volunteers provide support for ISPI's Annual Conference. Responsibilities can include providing assistance with registration, monitoring sessions, and helping with pre-conference programs.
CPT REVIEWERS: CPT Reviewers help review CPT applications. Only CPT's who have been certified for two or more years are eligible to be reviewers.
EMERGING PROFESSIONALS NETWORK: The Emerging Professionals Network recruit, engage, and retain HPT newcomers to ISPI as members, educational event attendees, and volunteers. They also help prepare the new generation of HPT practitioners to sustain ISPI’s history and vision, as well as uphold the CPT standards of practice for generations to come.
ISPI CONFERENCE REVIEWERS: Conference Reviewers help evaluate all proposals submitted for presentation at ISPI’s Annual Conference.
ISPI CONFERENCE COMMITTEE: The Conference Committee helps develop the theme, program, and activities of ISPI’s Annual Conference. This Committee requires a two-year commitment.
NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE: The Nominations Committee seeks qualified candidates for the Society's elected offices, involving as many members as possible in the process. The Committee will consider the largest possible number of qualified candidates, and will evaluate their qualifications, and recommend a final slate to the ISPI Board of Directors.
RESEARCH COMMITTEE: The Research Committee continually evaluates research relevant to Human Performance Technology and shows the results to the ISPI membership, to encourage HPT-oriented research in a variety of forms by ISPI members and other professionals. The Committee also cooperates with other organizations to encourage relevant research and to evaluate proposals for research that the Society may at times consider funding.
TASK FORCES: Task Forces are generally short-term committees that last for less than a year and change regularly. Current/recent task forces include the International Task Force and the Conference Innovation Task Force.
The Volunteer Committee helps recruit new volunteers and provide support for volunteers as they seek new opportunities to serve with ISPI.