Volunteer with HRS

The Society is fortunate to have dedicated and committed members with an interest in sharing their expertise and time to support its strategic initiatives. Learn more about how to become a volunteer.

Volunteer appointments with HRS are limited and highly-valued. Committee, subcommittee and task force appointments should be distributed as equitably as possible, to ensure a manageable workload for individuals, expand opportunities for volunteer engagement, and avoid perceptions of favoritism.

Volunteer Code of Conduct 
How to be a Successful HRS Volunteer 
Guiding Principles for Volunteer Appointments

Questions on Becoming a Volunteer?

The purpose of these Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) is to assist you in understanding how positions are assigned and the process for applying to them.