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TACRAO I'm Available Form

  Would you like to serve on TACRAO Committees?  
The TACRAO "I'm Available" form is your way to let us know that you would be interested in serving on a session planning or standing committee.

 
 
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Experience:
 
   
Total Number of TACRAO meetings attended:  
Number of years in the profession:  
 
 
 
 
Have you previously served on a TACRAO Committee?
 
 
 
 
  Please review TACRAO Program Session Committee descriptions at Committees Page
 
 
 
 
Rank your top 3 choices of the Session Planning committees that you wish to join, with 1 being the first preferred. Your ranking will assist us in matching you with committee of most interest to you and in meeting the membership needs of the committees.
 
   
Any Committee  
Access and Equity for Students and Staff  
Certification and Legal Issues  
Community College, Technical and Transfer  
Graduation and Commencement  
Management, Organization and Professional Development  
Records and Registration  
Student Success  
Technology and Data Collection  
Undergraduate Admissions and Recruitment  
 
 
 
  Please review TACRAO Standing Committee descriptions at Committees Page
 
 
 
 
Rank your top 3 choices of the Standing Committees that you wish to join, with 1 being the first preferred. Your ranking will assist us in matching you with committee of most interest to you and in meeting the membership needs of the committees.
 
   
Any Committee  
Assessment  
Auditing  
Communications  
Community College Issues  
Conference Site Selection  
Corporate Relations  
Grad & Prof School Relations  
High School Relations  
Historical  
Honorary Member & Awards  
Legislative Issues  
Local Arrangements Committee  
Newcomers  
Nominations (this requires being nominated and elected to the committee during the annual elections)  
Resolutions  
Strategic Enrollment Management  
Technology  
University Issues  
 
 
 
 
Program Presenter - I would like to be a presenter or panelist at the Annual Conference.
Suggested program topic(s):