AAP Volunteer Network
Centralized, easily accessible opportunities are waiting for you on the AAP Volunteer Network. Here’s what you need to know.
Who? All AAP members can find volunteer opportunities, regardless of age, life status and time commitment.
What? Choose from national, section, council and chapter positions. Sort by subspecialty, skills needed, membership type and more.
Where? Visit www.aap.org. Click on "My Collaboration Sites" any time of day or night.
When? Visit often. New opportunities are added every week. If you are short on time, check out the micro-engagement opportunities. Some require only one hour per month. If time is on your side, consider the multiyear leadership opportunities that can boost your skills and add to your CV.
Why? It’s time to get involved. Be part of the AAP mission while enhancing your career.
How? Need more information? Contact Julie Raymond at 630-626-6137 or email@example.com.
Adolescent health resources
Materials to help provide confidential preventive services for adolescents and young adults are available from the AAP Adolescent Health Consortium.
Compiled by the AAP, American Academy of Family Physicians, Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine, and American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the online resources include multimedia materials for youths, parents and pediatricians. Visit www.aap.org/AdolescentHealthConsortium.
- Caring for Children With ADHD: A Practical Resource Toolkit for Clinicians, 3rd Edition (MA0940; members: $120), https://shop.aap.org/ADHDToolkit/
- Caring for Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Practical Resource Toolkit for Clinicians, 3rd Edition (MA0941; members: $120), https://shop.aap.org/AutismToolkit/