ACS Senior Chemists
The Senior Chemists Committee (SCC) encourages engagement and collaboration across the Society with ACS groups and within the community. SCC’s objectives are to improve communication among senior chemists, increase the number of senior chemists’ groups and the level of their engagement within local sections, and encourage the involvement of senior chemists in programs focused on K-12 education, undergraduate networking, and mentoring. The committee established a new strategic plan in August 2018. If you have questions, or would like to get involved with the committee’s activities, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Improving lives using the knowledge and experience of senior chemists.
SCC Mission Statement
Address community needs and ambitions by utilizing senior chemists’ knowledge and experience.
Congratulations to the SCC 2019 Chemluminary Awards Winners Lehigh Valley Local Section (Most Innovative Activity for Senior Chemists) and Corning Local Section (Best Ongoing Senior Chemist Activity)!
Benefits of Participating in a Local Section Senior Chemists Group
Socialize with Peers
Stay Active after Retirement
Advocate for Chemistry through Community Outreach
Do You Have a Senior Chemists Committee in Your Local Section?
The purpose of a Senior Chemists Committee is to focus on creating opportunities, representing the needs of, and offering programming and services for senior chemists in a particular geographical area. In addition, senior chemists are in a unique position to share a lifetime of experiences with students, young chemists, and the public.
You Can Make a Difference!
Share a lifetime of experiences and help the next generation of chemists.
Lend your expertise as a coach, and help a teacher advance science education.
Organize or participate in events in your community to promote the value of chemistry in everyday life.
Help an emerging chemist with job hunting strategies.
Stay Up to Date
Stay up to date on volunteer activities by senior chemists, such as working in schools, leading science events for the community, judging science fairs, mentoring, and more.