ARDMS Ambassador

If you are an ARDMS Registrant who enjoys speaking to groups and meeting new people, join us as an ARDMS Ambassador! Our Ambassadors are critical as we extend our mission nationally and worldwide, promoting the highest levels of quality care and patient safety. Become our partner in ensuring that sonographers, physicians and patients become and stay informed — in our fast-paced field — about advances, changes and impacts in sonography and credentialing.

 As an ARDMS Ambassador, you can help in one of two ways

  1. Serve as a public speaker 
           We will supply you with ARDMS information about exams, schedules and volunteer
           opportunities and with PowerPoint slides that you may customize to fit your personal style.
           You can sign up to speak at scheduled events or let us now of opportunities where you
           would like to speak.

  2. Staff our exhibit booth
           We’d welcome your assistance for a few hours engaging with attendees who visit our
           exhibit booth at conferences and meetings throughout the year.

 What you can expect as an ARDMS Ambassador

     • Online training in these areas:
               - Orientation to ARDMS
               - Effective presentations
               - Representing ARDMS
               - Making connections
     • Recognition as an ARDMS Volunteer
     • Opportunities to network with colleagues locally and nationally
     • Support and feedback throughout your volunteer experience

 What we expect from our Ambassadors

     • Maintenance of active ARDMS Registry

     • That you will be responsible for your travel and registration expenses to conferences and/or
       meetings

​     • Completion of ARDMS Ambassador online training
     • Preparation by reviewing current ARDMS information before each presentation or exhibit
        commitment
     • Commitment to honor scheduled events to the best of your ability
     • Representation of ARDMS in a professional and responsible manner
     • Signed non-disclosure and photo-release agreements