Standing and special committees

Get involved in shaping ATPE’s future

Any member can volunteer to serve on an ATPE standing or special committee. These committees meet annually in Austin to offer input on member services, prepare business for the ATPE House of Delegates and select award recipients.
 
The ATPE state president recommends members to serve on state committees each summer, and the ATPE Board of Directors reviews those recommendations at its August meeting.
 
 
  • Bylaws—Seven members meet in the spring to propose amendments to the ATPE State Bylaws.
  • Leader Development—Members meet in the fall to review and make recommendations regarding association programs related to the identification, recruitment, training, maintenance, and recognition of ATPE's volunteer leader corps.
  • Legislative—Twenty members (one per region) meet in the spring to review the ATPE Legislative Program and to propose positions to present to the Texas Legislature, U.S. Congress, boards and agencies.
  • Membership—Twenty members (one per region) meet in the fall to discuss and review ATPE’s membership recruitment program and materials.
  • Nomination/Election—Seven members meet in the fall to review the election rules and receive nominations for state office. They assist with the verification of delegates and the state officer election at the ATPE Summit.
  • Public Information—Seven members meet in the spring to review ATPE’s publications, website and online presence, and media coverage. The committee also reviews the finalists for the Alafair Hammett Media Award and recommends winners.
  • Resolutions—Nine members meet in the spring to review and propose resolutions to be considered by the House of Delegates.
  • Educator of the Year (EOY)—Seven members review applications for the EOY awards. They meet at the ATPE Summit to interview the finalists and select the recipients.
  • Leader of the Year—Seven members score applications for Local Unit of the Year and the Doug Rogers Campus Representative of the Year Award. They interview finalists and select winners at the ATPE Summit.






Questions? Send us a message or call the ATPE state office at (800) 777-2873.