Basic requirements for serving on the Executive Board are to be a currently serving AmeriCorps member at time of application, attend monthly board meetings, and show dedication to enhancing the AmeriCorps experience for members in Seattle.
The Board Chair and the Board Secretary develop connections that strengthens the organizational network and encourages collaboration. They track the organization’s progress and growth, and records all Board decisions and important documents.
Our Membership Development Chair and Social Events Chair plan collaborative events for AmeriCorps members in our network. They search for local service projects, trainings and other resources and take advantage of them to maximize member development and community impact.
The Communications Chair helps the Seattle AmeriCorps Collaborative make its voice heard throughout the Greater Seattle Area. They engage with people through social media, update the organization’s website, and create marketing strategies to promote the organization.