Volunteer opportunities serve not only the global community, they can also help in your local area. ISACA chapters sponsor local educational seminars and workshops, engage in IT research projects, conduct regular chapter meetings, and help to further promote and elevate the visibility of the IS audit, control and security professional. Volunteering at your local chapter is a great way to become an active member of ISACA.
Opportunities can range from one-time tasks to committee involvement or chapter board leadership roles. Volunteer roles differ among chapters, so the first step is to contact your chapter and ask how you can get involved!
Connect with your chapter.
ISACA always seeks new authors, reviewers, social media advocates, online forum moderators, CACS and CSX conference ambassadors, and subject matter experts to help foster growth in the profession. If you're looking for a more collaborative, strategic project, consider applying for an HQ working group. Working groups vary by subject area and time commitment, and applications are added regularly, so check back often to find something that interests you!
Learn how to get involved.
Enjoy the Benefits of Volunteering
Enhance your influence and recognition as an expert and leader
Achieve professional growth and personal satisfaction
Earn CPE credits (varies by opportunity)