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Volunteer Opportunities

Find the right opportunity for you. There are many ways to volunteer including short-term micro, project-based, and ad hoc opportunities, or committee appointments that can be performed online or in-person. Check here to find the opportunity that fits your interests, competencies, and availability. New opportunities open regularly. Be sure to check back often to find more ways to give back, make a difference, and build our community.

Open Opportunities

  • Practice Analysis Working Body FY19 Practice Analysis Working Body FY19 Member

    Working Group (Council, task force)

    31 Aug 2019

    03 Sep 2018

    Completes quarterly mini-surveys of industry trends and topics relevant to the CFA Program and CIPM Program. Completes annual GBIK, CBOK, and competency surveys. Reviews curricula materials, such as learning outcome statements, readings, and study tools.

  • Annual Conference FY19 Member Experience Interviews

    Micro-Engagement

    03 May 2019

    12 May 2019

    At the CFA Institute Annual Conference venue in London from 12 -15 May 2019 we seek volunteers for in-person interviews. We will not be reimbursing volunteers for travel or expenses. The interviews will last 20-30 minutes (or shorter if desired). Volunteer is asked to participate in a recorded (audio) interview with a staff person in the Membership Products team. The interview may cover a wide range of topics based on the interests and concerns of the individual member volunteer.

  • Compliance Connection Volunteers FY19 European Regional Member

    Working Group (Council, task force)

    27 May 2019

    31 Aug 2018

    Volunteers commit to monitoring one or more publicly available sources and report findings related to professional misconduct to the Monitoring Manager

  • GIPS US Investment Performance Committee FY20 Member

    Committee(Board)

    30 Apr 2019

    01 Sep 2019

    This year we are recruiting for 4 open positions. The USIPC typically meets in-person semi annually and conducts monthly telephone conference calls, except for the months with in-person meeting. The time commitment to serve as an USIPC member is substantial. The individual appointed must be willing to be committed and dedicated to active participation in the pertinent activities and initiatives of the Committee.

  • Compliance Connection Volunteers FY19 African Regional Members

    Working Group (Council, task force)

    27 May 2019

    31 Aug 2018

    Volunteers commit to monitoring one or more publicly available sources and report findings related to professional misconduct to the Monitoring Manager.

  • Compliance Connection Volunteers FY19 Asia Pacific Regional Members

    Working Group (Council, task force)

    27 May 2019

    31 Aug 2018

    Volunteers commit to monitoring one or more publicly available sources and report findings related to professional misconduct to the Monitoring Manager.

  • GIPS US Investment Performance Committee FY20 Chair

    Committee(Board)

    30 Apr 2019

    01 Sep 2019

    The chair is expected to contribute to the debate and decision-making of the USIPC so as to advance the cause of improving financial market integrity. Active and consistent participation by the chair in the work of the USIPC is critical to the development of sound, considered, and representative positions. The chair is expected to participate in meetings, both in-person and telephone conference calls, and other committee activities on a regular basis. The USIPC typically meets in-person semi annually and conducts monthly telephone conference calls, expect for the months with in-person meeting. The time commitment to serve as the USIPC chair is substantial. The individual appointed must be willing to be committed and dedicated to active participation in the pertinent activities and initiatives of the Committee. The chair is appointed as individual and not as a representative of their employer or other third-parties.

  • CFA Level III Standard Setting FY19 Standard Setter

    Micro-Engagement

    03 Jun 2019

    14 Jul 2019

    This all volunteer panel will evaluate the level of difficulty for the June 2019 Level III Examinations.

  • Compliance Connection Volunteers FY19 Latin America Regional Member

    Working Group (Council, task force)

    27 May 2019

    31 Aug 2018

    Volunteers commit to monitoring one or more publicly available sources and report findings related to professional misconduct to the Monitoring Manager.

  • Compliance Connection Volunteers FY19 Middle East Regional Member

    Working Group (Council, task force)

    27 May 2019

    31 Aug 2018

    Volunteers commit to monitoring one or more publicly available sources and report findings related to professional misconduct to the Monitoring Manager.

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