Looking for a way to be involved “for the long haul”? Each of EEAA’s committees are chaired by a board member, but other members in good standing are invited–and encouraged–to serve with them. Here are some of the ways you can be involved with shaping EE in Alabama.
If you’re interested in being involved with any of these committees, or you see another area for service, please contact us.
The Education and Programs committee’s responsibilities include conducting and arranging professional development (including field trips and workshops) for our members. It also oversees the BEEP Award program.
The Public Relations Committee’s responsibility is to clearly and effectively communicate our message to members and the state as a whole.
The Finance Committee works to ensure our finances are managed and accounted for as effectively and accurately as possible.
The Nominating Committee works to find and recruit environmental educators from around the state who might be interested in serving with our Board of Directors.
The Membership Committee is responsible for membership increase and development and overseas membership education and programs.
Are you interested in impacting EE in Alabama well into the next decade? If so, then the Strategic Planning Committee is for you! These folks work to shape EEAA’s short- and long-term goals.
Finally, our Legislative Committee takes our mission and goals outside of our organization and into the statehouse. Environmental education is important for our state, and this committee works hard to make it happen.