Opportunities for Member Participation
The AUA has approximately 500 volunteers who serve on various committees and hundreds more who help with the AUA's publications and Annual Meeting scientific program. Explore the volunteer opportunities the AUA has to offer and get involved.
The AUA Leadership Program identifies urologists who have demonstrated effective leadership skills within organized medicine or the community. Since 2004, the AUA and its Sections have sought applicants who are driven to tackle future roles of responsibility within the AUA. This is a call for younger AUA members to polish their leadership skills, take advantage of networking opportunities and become better acquainted with AUA programs and services. Learn more about the AUA Leadership Program.
As the challenges to the profession of urology continue to escalate, so does the need for urology to more actively advocate and raise its profile to the general public, on Capitol Hill, in federal agencies, and at the state and regional level. Visit the Advocacy section of the website to learn more about the AUA's Health Policy initiatives, and how you can get involved.