ACM-W Participation Levels

ACM-W is a nationally recognized organization. Serving in some capacity within the ACM-W student chapter is a great way to showcase your leadership skills while building your career network with faculty, alumni, and community technology leaders. Don't forget to mark your involvement on your resume!

Become an Officer
Become a Committee Chair
Become a Committee Member
Become a Chapter Mentor
Become a Participant
Become a Sponsor

Become an Officer
  • Acts as liasion between Faculty Advisor and Chapter.
  • Acts as spokesperson for the chapter.
  • Plans and conducts officer meetings.
  • Promotes and runs annual election process for the chapter.
  • With the help of officer committee, plans and coordinates chapter events and meetings.
  • Requirements - Must be actively enrolled, or successfully completed, one of the Computer Science degrees at Franklin University.
  • Vice President:
  • Assist the chapter president as needed.
  • Acts as spokesperson for the chapter.
  • Conducts chapter business in the President's absence.
  • Treasurer:
  • Manages Chapter finances and expenses.
  • Completes annual financial report for National ACM-W Organization.
  • Works closely with SOLO office to maintain balanced account.
  • Secretary:
  • Manages Chapter membership records and minutes.
  • Ensures all new members receive chapter materials.
  • Coordinates announcements for the university newspaper and web site.

  • Become a Committee Chair
  • Chairing a committee is a great way to learn project management skills!
  • Community: Plan, organize, and conduct 2 community service activities per year.
  • Academic: Plan, organize, and conduct 1 academic activity per year.
  • Professional: Plan, organize, and conduct 1 professional activity per year.
  • Networking: Plan, organize, and conduct 4 networking or social events per year.
  • Social Networking: Maintain chapter Web site, Twitter account, Facebook account.

  • Become a Committee Member
  • Assist the Committee Chair in planning, organizing, and conducting each event.
  • Working within a committee helps build real-world experience within a team environment.

  • Become a Chapter Mentor
  • Contact us if you would like a mentor assigned to you.
  • Contact us if you would like to become a mentor!
  • Alumni students are strongly encouraged to uphold a mentorship role.

  • Be a Participant
  • Participants PARTICIPATE!
  • Support the ACM-W meetings and activities.
  • You will only reap benefits by being involved.
  • Don't be a Compu-tater!

  • Financially for chapter activities and conference attendance.
  • Academically by volunteering to speak or teach an event.
  • Professionally by offering to set up mock interviews or resume clinics.
  • Become a community sponsor and help us encourage young women to pursue Computer Science.