Be part of the inspiring effort among dermatologists dedicated to helping patients, communities, and the specialty. If you have suggestions for opportunities not listed below, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get involved in setting the strategic direction of the Academy by joining a Council, Committee, or Task Force.
The AB deliberates on members’ proposed resolutions, and if approved, proposes them to the Academy's Board of Directors for consideration.
Advise young faculty members and help guide them through the early stages of teaching dermatology to students.
An Academy teledermatology program that allows volunteer dermatologists to provide care to underserved populations.
Volunteer your time with the AAD’s summer camp program and help children with skin diseases.
This toolkit will help anyone interested in increasing early awareness and exposure of those underrepresented in dermatology.
Counsel medical students from minority backgrounds who are considering a career in dermatology.
Train local providers, helping them to their communities. Opportunities are available in Cambodia, Costa Rica, Uganda, and Vietnam.
Use your expertise to guide the development of a young physician, on issues related to clinical care, business, and more.
Participate in a one- to two-week rotation where residents provide dermatologic care to the Navajo Nation population.
Participate in a four- to six-week elective in Gaborone, Botswana, where residents take part in dermatologic HIV care of children and adults.
Sponsor public schools and non-profit organizations in need of shade structures for outdoor locations that are not protected from the sun.
The AAD offers grants to individuals and organizations to fund international volunteer and humanitarian projects.
Conduct free skin cancer screenings in your community, joining those who have provided nearly 3 million screenings.