Volunteer Corps Opportunities

ASCO President Daniel F. Hayes, MD, FACP, FASCO, along with ASCO leadership, have created the ASCO Volunteer Corps with a goal of engaging diverse perspectives across the membership and providing additional flexibility for members to volunteer.

The Volunteer Corps is open to all ASCO members. For members that are rotating off a committee, the one-year off requirement is only for committee appointments and does not apply to the Volunteer Corps.

The current list of opportunities are listed below, and a full description can be viewed by selecting the opportunity. Attending the 2017 Annual Meeting? Select the 2017 Annual Meeting Auditors or the 2017 Annual Meeting Feedback Group to try out a new upcoming opportunities. 

2017 Best of ASCO Annual Meeting Feedback Group - BOA West, East, & Central

Volunteers who are attending the Best of ASCO Annual Meetings will provide feedback on the meetings and their experience as an attendee. Learn more

ASCO Daily News Writing/Podcast Sources

The Daily News is led by a physician editor and associate editor, and has an editorial board that provides content suggestions and reviews. Interested volunteers are needed to author articles and provide content ideas. Learn more.

ASCO Connection Contributors

ASCO Connection is ASCO's bimonthly member magazine and blogging website. This volunteer opportunity welcomes member-authored contributions on all topics relevant to an audience of oncology professionals. Learn more

ASCO Reading Room

Members will serve as reviewers and critique preparers for the ASCO Reading Room on the MedPage Today (MPT) website. Learn more.

Clinical Reviewers

ASCO receives requests from outside organizations and companies requesting ASCO volunteers to review Health Plan Policies and Evidence Reviews. Volunteer reviewers are needed to review policies and provide feedback. Learn more.

Journal Peer Reviewers Group

Journal reviewers enhance the quality of manuscripts submitted to ASCO journals by providing their comments and expertise. Learn more

Practice Guidelines Implementation Network (PGIN)

The Practice Guidelines Implementation Network (PGIN) is a network of ASCO volunteers who aid in the dissemination and promote implementation of ASCO clinical practice guidelines in the oncology practice community. Learn more

Technology Research Group

Volunteers will be ASCO partners in the technology design process by providing ongoing feedback from the initial brainstorming phase, through project launch and evaluation. Learn more