Participants in ISACA’s volunteer bodies support other members and ISACA education and certification programs, conferences, research, online resources, professional standards and infrastructures. They also drive the creation and maintenance of products, services and benefits for ISACA members and constituents.
ISACA volunteer bodies focus on the association's operational areas, such as:
ISACA Volunteer Bodies
Volunteers and their respective volunteer bodies help ensure that members and constituents receive the high-quality resources they have come to expect from ISACA.
Visit the Boards and Committees page for a summary of volunteer bodies. There you will find links to more detailed information about each group's membership, objectives and activities, as well as the criteria, commitments and opportunities available for new volunteers.
ISACA volunteer bodies may require in-person meetings, usually at ISACA Headquarters. Please consider this when stating your desired areas to volunteer and ensure that you will be able to acquire a visa to the U.S. prior to applying.
Your Invitation to Participate
The 2014-15 Invitation to Participate is now open through 13 February 2014.
The 2014-15 Invitation to Participate Brochure and other specifics regarding the annual appointment process are available in the volunteer information section on the right column of this page. We invite you to submit your application to serve on an ISACA volunteer body.
If you are having difficulties accessing the online application, you can download and submit the 2014-15 pdf application.
We also invite you to visit our Ongoing Volunteer Opportunities page for current volunteer opportunities.
For questions related to the annual call for participation, please contact email@example.com.
Nominate a Colleague
Do you know someone who would be an asset to an ISACA volunteer body? Nominate them! If you are nominating an Individual, ISACA will inform them of the nomination and volunteer requirements.
Please complete and submit the ISACA Volunteer Nomination Form or learn more by visiting our nominate a colleague web page.
Volunteer Agreement Information
To be certain ISACA has the ability to develop and share intellectual property generated across the spectrum of ISACA’s many volunteer entities, ISACA has incorporated two agreements as part of its volunteer program.
Certification and research-related volunteer bodies require that participants complete an IP Waiver, signed off by an authorized representative of their organization.
The participation agreement, IP Waiver and FAQs can be viewed under Volunteer Information on the right column of this page. Please take this into consideration when applying.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.