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Descriptions of volunteer positions can be viewed by clicking on the following links.

Executive Council     Program Reviewers     Editorial Reviewers     Standing Committees     New Teacher Mentors


Executive Council
The Executive Council provides strategic vision for the Society and oversees its financial resources. Each biennium, members vote for a new Executive Council. Nomination forms and application forms for serving on the Executive Council are posted on the KDP website in November of the second year of the biennium. Additionally, at Convocation members have access to information about serving on the Executive Council. For questions not addressed online, email membership@kdp.org.

Executive Council Leadership Roles

Program Reviewers
Kappa Delta Pi continuously seeks active members to serve as reviewers for the International Scholarship program and Classroom Teacher Grant Program. The process is conducted online and reviewers are given guidelines and rubrics for scoring. Interested members can follow the links below to see reviewer qualifications for each program and submit a volunteer inquiry form to be considered for the position.

Direct questions to Susan Perry, (317) 829-1542 or susan@kdp.org

Editorial Reviewers
Members may review manuscripts for the Society’s publications. To learn more about the reviewer positions, click on the links below.
Standing Committees
Standing committee positions are filled at the beginning of each biennium.

Current Standing Committees are as follows:
New Teacher Mentors
These mentors provide support to new teachers working in subject areas that match areas of expertise. These mentors will share insights, enlighten, reflect with, and nurture first- and second-year teachers. Mentors will also serve as a confidante to teachers who have questions and concerns about their work and practice in the classroom.

New Teacher Mentor Responsibilities
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