ABGC

Volunteering

Volunteering

Are you a genetic counselor looking for a volunteer opportunity that directly impacts your profession? Committees and task forces are the workforce of ABGC. As such, we are always looking for ways in which we can involve Diplomates in helping the organization achieve its mission and strategic goals. ABGC encourages you to become involved and help move the genetic counseling profession forward. Members may volunteer for the following committees:

To volunteer, click here. (At this time, our general call for volunteers is closed for 2020.)

Contact [email protected] with questions about serving on an ABGC Committee.

Volunteer Requirements Policy:

Diplomates serving on ABGC Committees must:

  • Be ABGC certified and up to date on certification maintenance fees
  • Sign Conflict of Interest and Confidentiality agreements

Diplomates nominated to the ABGC Board of Directors must:

  • Be certified and up to date on certification maintenance fees
  • Have a minimum of five years of professional practice experience after graduation from an ACGC-accredited genetic counseling training program; and
  • Sign Conflict of Interest and Confidentiality agreements

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