Volunteer Opportunities

The American Veterinary Medical Association is a member-driven organization that relies on volunteers to help it achieve success and meet the goals necessary to serve the veterinary profession. Any AVMA voting member can volunteer, and the AVMA offers numerous opportunities for involvement. As a volunteer, you can help shape the direction of the Association and your profession, meet new colleagues, and forge valuable and lasting relationships. You also have a chance to give back to your profession and influence the key issues affecting veterinary medicine today.


How Do I Become a Volunteer?

  · Current Volunteer Opportunities


What Does an AVMA Volunteer Do?


Who Can Volunteer?


Why Should I Become a Volunteer?


When Would I Be Needed?


Where Do AVMA Volunteers Serve?

  · Some ad hoc volunteering can be done remotely, but most committees, councils and other leadership panels meet at AVMA headquarters. Take a virtual tour of our meeting facilities.


AVMA thanks all of the volunteers who give their time, resources and knowledge to help advance the profession and the Association.