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  • Help Organize the 2026 Biennial Conference on Chemical Education (BCCE)

    Attend regular meetings, help review symposium proposals, provide feedback to symposium organizers, consolidate sessions, and otherwise assist with planning.

    • Inquire by: May 31, 2024
    • Volunteer Term: May 2024–February 2026
    • Time commitment: 13 hours

    I'm interested

  • Serve on the ACS Skilled Technical Workforce Advisory Group

    Serve as an AACT representative and advise the ACS strategic initiative on fostering a skilled technical workforce. Represent the viewpoint of high school teachers. Attend three virtual meetings.

    • Inquire by: May 31, 2024
    • Volunteer Term: May 2024–May 2025
    • Time Commitment: 6 hours

    I'm interested

Contribute your voice to a growing network of chemistry educators by becoming a member, participating in leadership, sharing resources, or helping to spread the word. There are many ways to get involved with AACT!

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AACT membership is open to educators and anyone with an interest in K–12 chemistry education. Benefits include an annual subscription to two publications, ChemMatters and Chemistry Solutions; classroom resources such as lesson plans and multimedia; professional development opportunities; access to member insurance, and more.

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Help us build a community by and for K–12 teachers of chemistry. Contribute a great lesson plan, share a success story, or write about tips and tricks you've learned along the way. Maximize your membership by getting involved!

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