The NYS-AIMH invites members to become involved in committees and other volunteer opportunities.
- Training and Professional Development
- Higher Education
- Membership & Marketing
If you are interested in joining any of these committees, please contact us at email@example.com.
The Development Committee will research possible grant opportunities and organizational partnerships. They will plan one or more regional fundraising events in 2016, and would welcome your participation. NYS-AIMH always welcomes private gifts to support our work.
Members of this committee assist in developing and implementing fundraising efforts for the Association.
Training and Professional Development Committee
The Training and Professional Development committee supports NYS-AIMH in developing, coordinating, and implementing training and educational opportunities sponsored by the NYS-AIMH throughout the year. An integral role of the committee is to identify members of the interprofessional workforce and stakeholders within their communities that are involved with children ages 0-5 and families. Developing programming that focuses on the professional development needs of practitioners and relates to the endorsement competencies is an important aspect of our work. The aim of the program committee is to support the relational and social/emotional development of infant and young children’s mental health through supporting
NYS-AIMH to provide innovative professional development initiatives across New York State.
Members of this committee will assist in reviewing portfolios, communicate with applicants, and review the IMH exams for Levels III and IV. All members of this committee must be Endorsed at Levels III or IV.
For more information about the Endorsement process please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership/ Marketing Committee
The Membership and Marketing Committee supports communication, membership recruitment, engagement, and retainment. This includes providing the infant and early childhood workforce with information about infant mental health issues, research, and policy at both the state and national levels. The committee also seeks to increase awareness of all professionals who work with young children about infant and early childhood mental health, and the benefits of membership, the NYS-AIMH Endorsement, reflective supervision, and our training programs.
Members of the committee assist in developing and implementing a strategic plan for marketing NYS-AIMH’s programs and services. Activities include developing brochures and other recruitment materials, establishing the membership fee structure, developing new membership benefits, and supporting staff on the development of the website and newsletter content among other activities.