Our volunteer committee members provide guidance and expertise in ACFP’s activities and initiatives. The ACFP is proud to have a group of engaged and dedicated members helping advance excellence in family medicine in Alberta.
Stay Engaged and Get Involved!
We are looking for volunteers to join various new and renewed committees to help propel ACFP into its next phase! We need your invaluable input, innovative, and creative ideas to build and shape the programs and services that we provide to our members.
Being involved in a committee is a great way to help develop the ACFP, gain experience in various member service areas, system-level discussions, and support the organization that supports your professional endeavours.
The College invites you to get involved and is currently looking for members to fill the following vacancies:
- Governance Advisory Committee (new) – 1 Member-at-Large position
- Membership Advisory Committee (new) – 2 Regional Representatives, (one from each Zone: North, South)
- ASA Planning Committee – Regional Representatives (rural, North, or Edmonton and area representatives)
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A standing committee of the ACFP Board, the Governance Advisory Committee is responsible for the annual recruitment for potential Board members according to Board stated need and annual review and provision of recommendations for changes to Bylaws and updates to Board Policies. This Board committee needs members with expertise in Governance and an interest in board effectiveness:
- 1 Member-at-Large position
The Membership Advisory Committee (MAC) serves to ensure the ACFP is meeting the needs of its diverse membership. The committee is responsive to emergent member needs, and will, where necessary, create sub-committees or task forces to identify and meet these needs. This committee reports to the Executive Director with strategies and recommendations, and will work with the ACFP staff to implement these through operational means. As this is a new committee, we are recruiting to all positions:
- 2 Regional Representatives, one from each Zone: North and South
The success of the ASA results from the hard work and commitment of the ASA Planning Committee. Committee members provide professional guidance, knowledge, and discernment when developing a topical, relevant, and inspiring program. We are recruiting for the following regional representative positions:
- Regional Representatives from the Rural, North, or Edmonton and area
Applications should include a letter of interest (250 words max) along with a summary of your experience (or a copy of your CV) and be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have questions, please contact the ACFP office by telephone at 780-488-2395 or by email at email@example.com.