A Call to Service in Your Professional Association
President-Elect Randall Jimerson and American Archivist Editor Philip B. Eppard invite you to contribute your time and talent to SAA . . .
Become the Next American Archivist Book Review Editor
The American Archivist invites applications for the position of book review editor. The book review editor works in conjunction with the editor and is responsible for selecting books for review, assigning books to reviewers, commissioning review essays, and preliminary editing of copy for the reviews section. Candidates should possess good writing and editorial skills and have a knowledge of current research and writing in the archives field. To apply, send a cover letter, resume, and names of three references to:
Volunteer for a Leadership Position
SAA relies on volunteers to achieve many of its goals and initiatives, through the work of committees, boards, representatives, task forces, and other groups. In addition to contributing to SAA goals, volunteers have an opportunity to learn about the profession and to gain valuable leadership experience. SAA needs you!
SAA Vice President/President-Elect Randall Jimerson has named Alden Monroe,
of the Alabama Department of Archives and History, and Waverly Lowell, of the
University of California at Berkeley, to serve as co-chairs of the SAA Appointments
Committee for 2004-2005. This committee solicits nominees and applications
for vacancies on existing committees, boards, and other groups within the SAA
governing structure. Students and new members are eligible to serve as interns
on many of these committees. Those who are unfamiliar with the appointments
process or the governing structure of SAA can find information on the online "Leadership
List" at www.archivists.org/
Anyone interested in serving on a particular committee or other group, or in nominating a colleague for a position should provide the following information:
The Appointments Committee has as its goal to have all vacancies filled by August 1 in time for SAA's 2004 Annual Meeting in Boston. In order to foster diversity within SAA leadership, members of minority and underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.
Please take advantage of this excellent opportunity to become more involved in SAA and to help develop or improve programs important to the archival profession. Volunteer or submit nominations to either of the co-chairs: