There are many ways to contribute to CNTA, and one of those ways is by volunteering. We have several committees formed within our organization, and through these committees we plan events, discuss the future of CNTA, and keep the community informed about nuclear technology.

Below are CNTA’s standing committees

Communications Committee

The Communications Committee is responsible for ensuring accurate and timely information to the media, stakeholders, and the public and to reflect the goals and objectives of CNTA.


Education Committee

The goal of the Education Committee is to educate the public on the benefits, uses, and truths of nuclear technology.


Young Professionals Committee

The purpose of the Young Professionals Committee is to recruit and engage young professional members by providing them with mentorship and professional development opportunities as well as raising money to make membership free for those under 40.


Membership Committee

The Membership Committee aims to create innovative initiatives to provide and promote value to members, retain current membership, and attract new members.

Golf Tournament Committee

The Golf Committee is responsible for reviewing previous tournaments and planning the next annual tournament. This planning includes raffles, marketing, and food and beverage. The Annual CNTA Golf Tournament is the biggest fundraiser of the year that brings in on average $16,000. Volunteers for this committee attend meetings regarding the tournament, organize the tournament, recruit day-of volunteers, and volunteer the day of the tournament.