ATDCFL is led by a dedicated group of volunteers who generously give their time, expertise and passion to make the chapter the vibrant professional development resource it is today. We look for volunteers who are willing to share their expertise without expectation of payment in the spirit of networking and professional development, a purpose for which ATDCFL was founded over 35 years ago. We are a very diverse group that values everyone's thoughts and skills as well as a hands-on team that coordinates the tasks for several learning programs, chapter meetings, and membership related projects.
Our approach to recruiting volunteers is unique. For ATDCFL, volunteerism is less about what the chapter needs and more about what the volunteer’s needs are. Find what interest you, what excites you, and chances are, it what you will be excellent at and enjoy doing!
To aid you in identifying where to lend your unique talents, the potential areas for volunteering are listed below. Take a look at the various job descriptions included in this document. A list of open roles is below.
If any sound of interest, please complete the Volunteer Survey. If you don’t see an area or open role that leverages your skills, we encourage you to contact, Wendy Richard, President-Elect, email@example.com, to further discuss how your knowledge and abilities may benefit the chapter and the profession in Central Florida.
Identifying program locations, speakers, and other program logistics such as catering, set up, and registration.
|Providing orientation and education to new chapter members, working with chapter members to identify opportunities for ongoing professional development, and assisting to execute strategies to attract and retain chapter membership.|
Communications & Marketing
|Providing assistance to communications team for communication of chapter programs, business, and other opportunities available for members via email, social media or website.|
Partnerships & Sponsorships
|Soliciting and encouraging community and corporate sponsorships for the chapter.|
|Providing assistance with chapter financial duties such as generating financial reports, budgets, and vendor payments.|