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The Coalition of State Rheumatology Organizations (CSRO) is currently recruiting a rheumatology fellow to join its Board of Directors as the Fellow-at-Large.

Serving as a non-voting member of CSRO's Board of Directors, the Fellow-at-Large acts as a liaison between CSRO and rheumatology fellowship programs nationwide. They are appointed for a one-year term from May 1 through April 31 of the following year, with the option to renew their board service for a second term.

Primary Responsibilities

Activities and expectations of the Fellow-at-Large include, but are not limited to:

  • Attend all non-executive sessions of CSRO Board of Director meetings
  • Help promote CSRO’s annual Fellows Conference to rheumatology fellowship programs nationwide, working in conjunction with CSRO’s Administrative & Meetings Manager
  • Actively participate on CSRO's Engagement Committee
  • Respond promptly and effectively to all board communications
  • Complete other duties as needed and/or requested by CSRO leadership

Travel expenses for Board of Director meetings and other CSRO related events will be reimbursed.


To be eligible for the Fellow-at-Large position, candidates must be a rheumatology fellow during their term(s) of service. Therefore, candidates will ideally be in the first year of their fellowship program, although interested second-year fellows are also invited to apply.

The Board of Directors is comprised of individuals from across the United States, and candidates can be located in any state or territory.

How to Apply

Candidates should submit a letter outlining their interest in advocacy and why they would like to join the CSRO Board of Directors, along with a CV or resume, via email to CSRO Executive Director Ann Marie Moss on or before Thursday, March 30

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