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Membership Secretary (Community Outreach)

The membership secretary position of a non-profit organization plays a critical role in fostering communication to board members of new, standing, leaving members, connects the public to the organization, promotes the mission of the nonprofit among the local community, organize events, recruit volunteers, or arrange other projects to get the community excited about and invested in the organization.

Secretary (Communications/Recording)

The secretary position of a non-profit organization plays a critical role in fostering communication and diligence through proper management and utilization of important records such as meeting minutes and the organization’s bylaws.

Transportation Specialist

Provide members and their families with resources from cities in which they reside of transportation services, work closely with city services specialist to get bus cards (DDOT/SMART), When a van is purchased (this person will operate the vehicle as well as hold the spare keys to the vehicle. There must always be two people for this position. Must have valid license to operate organization vehicle.

Events Coordinator

liaising with the fundraising coordinator, overseeing events and campaigns, scheduling meeting locations, scheduling board meetings, overseeing materials needed for all events/campaigns, work with all team members to incorporate their ideas for upcoming events, complete surveys of members for next event

Fundraising Coordinator

Developing strategies and setting goals to hit fundraising targets, finding people to donate money, keeping in touch with existing donors, budgeting incoming and outgoing money (working closely with treasurer), writing proposals that could attract money, including applications for grants, preparing and giving presentations (hello PowerPoint), liaising with the fundraising team, overseeing events and campaigns

Women's Leader

would mentor, lead a team of seven women (3 women tutors, 3 women mentors, women health admin), report to you about what’s going on with the mentees, ensure that they have the necessary equipment they need for their duties, create a plan of how to manage the group of women your team will interact with. Create Schedules, keep track of sign in/ sign out of your team. Work closely with your team to create exercises and events to attend.

Men's Leader

would mentor, lead a team of seven men (3 men tutors, 3 men mentors, men health admin), report to you about what’s going on with the mentees, ensure that they have the necessary equipment they need for their duties, create a plan of how to manage the group of men your team will interact with. Create Schedules, keep track of sign in/ sign out of your team. Work closely with your team to create exercises and events to attend.

Asst. Pastor

Pray with members and their families, provide suggestions of church home for members and their families who are interested, provide spiritual guidance, directs religious services, Oversees outreach and educational programs. Performs religious services, leads prayer and conducts worship, follow directives given by lead pastor.

Male Counselor

Work with individuals, groups and communities to improve mental health, Encourage clients to discuss emotions and experiences, Examine issues including substance abuse, aging, bullying, anger management, careers, depression, relationships, LGBTQ issues, self-image, stress and suicide, Work with families, Help clients define goals, plan action and gain insight, Develop therapeutic processes, Refer clients to psychologists and other services, Take a holistic (mind and body) approach to mental health care

Male Mentor

To give a young person in need of social, developmental and emotional support the companionship of a caring adult. Mentor Duties/Responsibilities:  • Responsible for meeting with the assigned mentee for the agreed-upon time frame (i.e., often weekly meetings for at least one year) • Act as a resource and guide • Work closely with agency staff through phone contact, personal conferences and group meetings • Serve as an example/role model • Accept and relate to youth who may not share the volunteer’s lifestyle and values • Respect the mentee’s right to self-determination and independence

Lead Pastor

Pray with members and their families, provide suggestions of church home for members and their families who are interested, provide spiritual guidance, directs religious services, Oversees outreach and educational programs. Performs religious services, leads prayer and conducts worship. Reports (Asst. Pastor, Counselors, Transportation Specialist, City Services Admin., Employment Readiness Advocate)

Female Counselor

Work with individuals, groups and communities to improve mental health, Encourage clients to discuss emotions and experiences, Examine issues including substance abuse, aging, bullying, anger management, careers, depression, relationships, LGBTQ issues, self-image, stress and suicide, Work with families, Help clients define goals, plan action and gain insight, Develop therapeutic processes, Refer clients to psychologists and other services, Take a holistic (mind and body) approach to mental health care

Female Mentor

To give a young person in need of social, developmental and emotional support the companionship of a caring adult. Mentor Duties/Responsibilities:  • Responsible for meeting with the assigned mentee for the agreed-upon time frame (i.e., often weekly meetings for at least one year) • Act as a resource and guide • Work closely with agency staff through phone contact, personal conferences and group meetings • Serve as an example/role model • Accept and relate to youth who may not share the volunteer’s lifestyle and values • Respect the mentee’s right to self-determination and independence

Education Advisor

providing educational guidance and assistance for members and their families, recommending courses and determining appropriate education solutions for different types of students. They must also follow through and track the advancement of students through information provided by tutors, provide tutors with the necessary equipment and information to help the members and their families successfully, recommend schools for members and their families to consider, provide resources for members who do not meet local educational requirements, provide assistance for at-risk students, help students complete college applications. Work closely with scholarship advisor

Scholarship Advisor

Providing students who are in high school or in college with a list of resources for scholarships, help students with scholarship applications and FAFSA applications, help students understand school loans and college readiness, assist members and their families with techniques to writing scholarship letters. Find donors and sponsors who provide scholarships to students and their families, work closely with education advisor

Male/Female (Elem/Middle/HS) Tutors

to help students learn, reviewing content with them, explaining how to solve problems and checking completed work, help students develop study skills and organization techniques to help improve their academic performance. This may be done in a one-on-one or group setting. Tutors must keep reports on students and share those reports with women's/men’s leader and parents. In addition to the academic component, tutors are responsible for supervising groups of students, providing discipline and serving as a role model

Employment Readiness Advocate

Provide members and their families with resources for employment, help members and their families with resume writing, assist members with filling out employment applications, provide members with mock interviews, help members with computer skills (typing and computer applications), provide technology literacy to members and their families

 

City Services Specilaist

Provide members and their families with resources from cities in which they reside, work closely with transportation specialist to get bus cards (DDOT/SMART), have meetings with members and families who need services their city offers, work closely with Housing Admin for resources on location and/or relocation

Female/Male Health Admin

point the female/male members toward Services that can help them, teen pregnancy, safe sex, info on Diseases, give them resources for insurance, provide them a list of doctors and hospitals in their area (if they need it for a specific medical concern) and be present at Group events for safety reasons (precautions)

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