The ACS Committee on Membership Affairs

The ACS Committee on Membership Affairs is involved with recruiting and retaining ACS members by ensuring that ACS membership is a valuable resource in their professional lives.

Announcements and Events

251st ACS National Meeting & Exposition
March 13 - 17, 2016
San Diego, California
Theme:  Computers in Chemistry

20th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference (GC&E)
June 14-16, 2016
Portland, Oregon

252nd ACS National Meeting & Exposition
August 21 - 25, 2016
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Theme:  Chemistry of the People, by the People and for the People

The ACS President’s Challenge

Every local section and technical division is encouraged to help grow and strengthen the ACS membership. By combining our home office recruitment efforts with the efforts of ACS sections and divisions, we will maximize our outreach to prospective members and get the most out of our global recruitment efforts.

Council members, section and division chairs as well as section and division members interested in participating in the ACS President’s Challenge should take advantage of ACS resources such as the membership recruitment toolkit.

Membership Recruitment Toolkit

Talk Back to MAC!

The Committee on Membership Affairs welcomes your input. We especially appreciate feedback concerning:

  • current MAC activities and initiatives
  • pending petitions for changes in the ACS Constitution and Bylaws
  • nontechnical benefits available to ACS members
  • member recruitment and retention activities
  • initiatives that MAC should be pursuing
  • ways of increasing the value of ACS membership

MAC values your feedback and all comments will be taken into much consideration. Please include your name and ACS member number, if applicable.

Membership Resources

Strategic Plan for 2016

ACS invites all chemical scientists and engineers to join us in achieving this vision.

From select Board and Council Committees. These committees all have an ACS membership and member service component.