SLSV Coalition Resources & Support Subcommittee Co-chair
Posted by Students Learn Students Vote Coalition on August 17, 2021
The SLSV Coalition Resources & Support Subcommittee is seeking another co-chair interested in leveraging the experiences of SLSV Coalition partners to create a robust coalition building curriculum that meets the expressed needs of campus stakeholders. This leadership position will take place (at minimum) between September 1, 2021 through December 1, 2021 and consist of roughly 6-15 hours of work per month based on capacity.
Co-Chair Responsibilities: Supporting and co-leading the design process of the Coalition Building Curriculum, working with a design team to build and edit content and design assets, and facilitating feedback and ideation sessions with end-users. Additionally, attend monthly R&S Co-Chair meetings to discuss and provide strategic direction for the subcommittee as a whole.
How to apply: Please email a 1 paragraph (3-5 sentences) statement of interest to Maddie Wolf at email@example.com by Monday, August 23 end of day. In addition to your interest, please mention any prior experience you have with coalition building and its connection to your work.
Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ideally, leadership in this role should be compensated by your organization as part of your staff time or hours, but anyone interested in this role is encouraged to apply with the caveat that the SLSV Coalition is unable to compensate for this position.
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