Volunteer with CASCE

Volunteer with CASCE to make a difference in strength and conditioning education

MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING EDUCATION

Like most nonprofits, CASCE is driven by volunteer leaders in partnership with our board and staff to help fulfill our vision. We are always looking for passionate professionals dedicated to improving strength and conditioning education. 

THE INVALUABLE BENEFITS OF VOLUNTEERING

  • Influence the progress of strength and conditioning education
  • Become well-versed in programmatic accreditation
  • Connect with like-minded professionals and grow your career
  • Give back to the strength and conditioning and education communities

Open Positions

There are no open positons at this time.

BECOME A BOARD MEMBER

CASCE Board of Directors is comprised of volunteers who are critical to the success of the implementation of the accreditation agency and its processes. Board positions are very active with a considerable amount of work to be completed in the next several years. Board members serve three-year terms, and no more than 2 full consecutive terms. Staggered appointments may be used for continuity purposes.

Board Position Requirements 

  • Practitioner Representative (Strength and Conditioning Coach)

    Strength and Conditioning Coach (non-educator) | 3-year appointment

    Minimum requirements to be considered:
    1. Must be a current member of the NSCA
    2. Must hold an active NSCA CSCS certification
    3. Primary role must be as a practitioner in the strength and conditioning field

    Preferred requirements to be considered:
    1. Employer of current NSCA CSCS credential holders
    2. Experience with higher education, accreditation, or other related activities

  • Public Member

    Public Member  | 3-year appointment

    Minimum Requirements to be considered:
    1. Cannot hold a current and active NSCA credential
    2. This person is to represent the public, and therefore, may not be formally associated with a particular strength and conditioning education program or the NSCA

    Board applications are now closed for the current term. Positions will reopen in 2023

  • Administrator

    3-year appointment
    Minimum requirements to be considered:

    1. Dean or equivalent
    2. Experience with higher education accreditation (programmatic or regional)

    Preferred Requirements to be considered:

    1. Dean of a college in which a strength and conditioning program is housed
  • NSCA Affiliate Representative

    3-year appointment

    Minimum Requirements to be considered:

    1. Must be a current member of the NSCA
    2. Must hold an active NSCA CSCS certification
    3. Must be a current International Affiliate Board Member or Executive

BECOME A COMMITTEE MEMBER

CASCE Committee members bring their unique professional perspectives to the organization by providing input into our strategic direction and planning. 

Committee Requirements

  • The Review Committee Member

    The Review Committee Member is part of a working committee of the Board responsible for reviewing the Self-Study Reports and Program Response, as well as making recommendations to the Board. Members of this committee will be expected to go through mandatory training. Review Committee members receive three-year appointments, renewable for 1 additional term. Staggered appointments may be used for continuity purposes.

    Minimum Requirements to be considered:

    1. Experience with accreditation (regional, national or specialized accreditation)
    2. Attention to detail

    Preferred Requirements to be considered:

    1. Active NSCA CSCS certification
    2. Experience on accreditation board, review, or other accreditation subcommittee
    3. Experience as a site visitor
  • The Standards Committee Member

    The Standards Committee Member is part of the committee responsible for reviewing suggestions regarding the Standards for compliance and making recommendations to the Board for possible changes. This committee is responsible for periodic comprehensive review of the Standards, reviewing problematic standards, and soliciting comments from stakeholders. Review Committee members receive three-year appointments, renewable for 1 additional term. Staggered appointments may be used for continuity purposes.

    Minimum Requirements to be considered:

    1. Involvement with NSCA Education Recognition Program (ERP) or other accredited programs

    Preferred Requirements to be considered:

    1. Experience as a site visitor or committee member for a regional, national, or specialized accreditor
    2. Active CSCS certification

    Committee applications are now closed for the current term. Positions for Committee Members will reopen in 2023.

BECOME A PEER REVIEWER

CASCE Peer Reviewers read and review Self-Study Reports submitted by programs seeking CASCE accreditation. They also serve as the eyes and ears of the peer-review process by conducting on-site reviews of those programs. Peer Reviewers create a report after the site visit that goes to the Accreditation Review Committee and ultimately to the CASCE Board.

Additional information on Peer Reviewer requirements will be posted at a later date. Committee applications are currently closed but will open at a later date to fill positions by July 2021.

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