Members maintain their ASCLS membership through state and local societies. Within these constituent societies, members are able to discuss local and statewide problems, compare and contrast issues, standards and methodologies of their respective laboratories, and stimulate local/regional interest in the profession. Constituent state societies produce journals or newsletters to facilitate communications among their members. Workshops and seminars are sponsored to provide continuing education. State societies also sponsor their own annual meetings, usually held in late winter or spring of each year.
As required by the ASCLS Bylaws, an individual must hold membership at the state and national levels. It is this organizational structure that allows for appropriate channeling of local needs to the national level and national activities and programs back to the individual members.
|ASCLS Calendar 2018-19 PDF|
|ASCLS Bylaws & SOP's PDF (Updated 10/9/2018)|
|ASCLS Organizational Chart PDF|
|ASCLS Leadership Manual PDF: A comprehensive guide to volunteers serving in leadership positions in ASCLS. The document includes templates, calendars, and checklists.|
|Constituent Leader Institute Modules: Online modules covering ASCLS structure and strategy as well as best practices for volunteer management, marketing, meeting planning, and membership.|
|State Revitalization Resources|
|Participate in Volunteer Opportunities|