EOS/ESD Association, Inc. is successful because of its network of members who volunteer to carry out its mission and activities. Without volunteers, EOS/ESD Association, Inc. could accomplish very little. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer please contact email@example.com for more information.
You should be glad to hear that by the virtue of my carrying EOS/ESD Association backpack during my recent trip to Antarctica, I was able to establish local EOS/ESD Association chapters among the natives on the distant islands.
Vladamir Kraz, EOS/ESD Association Volunteer
ESDA Members Share Their Thoughts about Volunteering
"I have participated in the EOS/ESD Association meetings to share my knowledge and interact with other folks sharing their knowledge on this matter. ...This allowed for us to become leaders in the ESD Technical field and allowed for personal growth both inside and outside the companies where we worked"
"EOS/ESD Association, Inc. tutorials and standards meetings have been my education and support in the ESD world. The resources and the generous support of the people in the organization have greatly contributed to my success."
"First, these interactions have given me insight into numerous ESD issues I would not have had without EOS/ESD Association connections. Second, these opportunities have added significantly to my own professional growth. Without the interaction and education that these volunteer opportunities have given me, I clearly would not have the grasp of ESD and related issues that I have currently. Finally, it has enabled me to network with others who are leaders in the industry. These networks are valuable not only from a professional growth perspective but also provide a network of friends...and everyone needs friends."
"I got into standards and found that I got so much from the people that I never got out. My entire "volunteer career" with the EOS/ESD Association, Inc. has been with standards. As a result, I've been blessed with life-long friendships that have developed from standards work."