Epsilon Sigma Phi
The Extension Professionals' Organization

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Committee Appointment Information Page

Committee applications are due by May 1 of each year.

Term of Membership: Committee members are appointed for a term of two years. Members eligible for appointment must have the recommendation of their chapter, usually the chapter president or their designee. Committee members may receive an additional appointment for a total of two two-year appointments. All National Committees shall report to the National ESP Board and make recommendations for National ESP Board and National ESP Council action. See Handbook / National Committees Guidelines / Terms of Membership for more details.

See the Handbook / National Committee Guidelines for detailed descriptions of each committee and committee member responsibilities. 

All new committee applications (form below) are due from interested members along with recommendations from chapters to the Past President by May 1 to receive full consideration.

1st term committee members requesting a 2nd term must submit form by March 10. A list if committee vacancies will be release on March 15.

Chapter President (or designee) should submit a recommendation in support of application for committee appointment.
Chapter Support Form for Committee Applications

To apply to participate in committee work as a Committee Affiliate contact the committee chair directly. Participation as a committee affiliate can start anytime during the year. This is a great way to learn about a committee. See Handbook for more information on Committee Affiliates.

Committee appointments are based on the following criteria:

  • Application statement
  • Recommendations from committee chair and/or chapter president
  • National meeting participation
  • Past national committee activity (if reapplying)
  • Positions may be appointment regionally but the board retains the option to appoint outside of any specified region.
  • Board strives for a diversity of chapters, regions, and experience

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