The AMA is currently searching for AMA State Chapter Coordinators in multiple states who are enthusiastic about the AMA’s mission to promote the motorcycle lifestyle and protect the future of motorcycling.
Through the AMA State Chapter program, people have the chance to come together on a local level for riding, recreation and advocacy. AMA State Chapter Coordinators are lead volunteers that work together with individual members, AMA staff, and AMA-chartered organizers to determine the best advocacy and recreational riding interests for their state.
If you’re passionate about the AMA’s mission, you enjoy speaking to groups, you love riding, and you’re interested in engaging with community officials, this job might be for you. The AMA is looking for motorcyclists who have a willingness to learn and make a difference in their state.
To find out if your state needs a state chapter coordinator, visit americanmotorcyclist.com/ama-state-chapters/. If your state is not listed, then a state chapter coordinator is currently needed. Get more information about becoming a volunteer by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the State Chapter Coordinator application online today.