Leadership Opportunities: Two Open Positions
The Career Development Networking Group (CDNG), formerly the Early Career Networking Group, provides a supportive network of peers, the necessary resources, and networking opportunities to promote successful career growth for rehabilitation researchers and clinicians. We work together to tackle many of the common career development challenges and foster the development and advancement of rehabilitation professionals at all career stages. We welcome your participation!
Two leadership positions are open in the Communications Task Force:
- Communications Task Force Chair and Chair-elect
The CDNG Communications Task Force publishes a newsletter twice per year featuring a variety of topics and resources related to career development for rehabilitation professionals. The Chair and Chair-elect positions are currently open. These positions could also be shared between two co-chairs. We are also seeking new members to help grow this task force.
NEW Early Engagement Task Force seeks members
We are seeking members for our newest task force. The CDNG Early Engagement Task Force will focus on engaging health professions students in ACRM and educating younger students about the rehabilitation professions and sciences. Please contact the task force chair, Stephanie Kolakowsky-Hayner, to learn more.
New members are always welcome to join any of our other task forces:
- Early Career Development Course Task Force
- Leadership Development Course Task Force
- Mentoring Task Force
JOIN the Early Career Development Course Task Force
You are warmly invited to join the Early Career Development Course Task Force. This is a great opportunity to build your CV and make a meaningful difference.
WHO? Early career and mid-career members
WHAT? Join the Early Career Development Course Task Force and actively participate in the planning of the 2021 Early Career Development Course. This course qualifies for continuing education credit (CME/CEUs).
HOW? Visit the Task Force webpage and reach out to the leadership to learn more.
One of the great benefits of joining the CDNG is the quarterly newsletter of early career resources and information. Check out the current issue and join the CDNG Membership to get involved and start receiving the information you need to advance your rehabilitation research career.