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Volunteer Opportunities

Ambassadors: Serving as an NSH Workshop Ambassador is great way to get involved simply by attending the sessions you love.  Workshop ambassadors will introduce speakers, moderate the chat, and facilitate the Q/A...and you earn an extra CEU!

Roundtable Moderators: Roundtable Talks are focused, small group networking events that will focus on the specific topics area - like H&E Staining, IHC, Safety, and Hard Tissue.  Roundtable Moderators will mange the session schedule, moderate chat, and put attendees in breakout rooms...don't worry, NSH will provide scripts and training :) Roundtable moderators will get free access to this "add on" event. 

Poster Judge: Each year the NSH Convention features an exciting display of scientific posters, by incredible authors.  These posters are submitted and then scored by a team of poster judge volunteers.  Consider being part of the poster team to help score and interview our presenters.  

Blog Post Writer: NSH's blog, Fixation on Histology, is in need of authors! Share your advice, opinions, research, or entertaining lab tale with others in the histology field. 

Community Moderators: Even before the festivities kick off, attendees will be able to network and talk in the online convention community on the Block.  We need folks to make sure questions are answered and content and is fresh. 

Be Part of the Convention Committee!

Believe it or not, NSH is already preparing for the 2022 Annual Convention and that means we will need some dedicated volunteers to help with planning and executing this incredible event.  NSH Convention Committee volunteers and Convention Program Team volunteers should be willing to dedicate their time to lead in program selection, securing equipment and safely managing it onsite, working with NSH Staff at registration, and leading our teams of onsite volunteers.  These jobs are very important but incredibly rewarding. 

Email us and let us know how you would like to volunteer!

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