Are you looking for more ways to increase the value of your membership? Do you want increased visibility within the association and within the DC marketing community? View the AMADC Volunteer Engagement Webinar for an overview of the Volunteer Program and all the benefits you can take advantage of by joining one of our amazing volunteer committees!
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How To Become a Volunteer:
To get you started, complete the AMADC Volunteer Interest Form. For convenience, the form is interactive so you can complete and email directly to the VP of Member Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once we receive your form, someone from the Volunteer Engagement Team will be in touch with you to schedule a quick phone conversation to get you started. Please include a few dates/times you are open to chat.
Just a friendly reminder that you must be a registered member with AMADC in order to receive all the benefits of joining a committee – if you are not already a member, Jennifer Gennaro Oxley from our Membership Committee can get you started!
Below are just a few of the incredible benefits you can receive by volunteering with AMADC:
- Connect and network with some of the most powerful businesses in the DC Metro area;
- Discounts for some of AMADC’s many programming events;
- Play an integral role in the local marketing industry for the Washington DC area;
- You will be able to list 3-5 accomplishments on your current resume;
- And much, much more!
Committees you can be a part of:
Marketing & CommunicationsThe Marketing & Communications committee is responsible for all external communications on behalf of the Chapter. This includes advertising, branding, collateral development, event promotion, newsletter development, public relations, social media engagement and Web site development/management. This committee works closely with Programming and Membership to help communicate the Chapter’s value to a variety of stakeholders, including current and potential members, current and potential sponsors and the news media.
Click here for a complete list of vacant volunteer positions on the Marketing & Communications Committee.
Click here for a complete list of vacant volunteer positions on the Social Media Committee.
MembershipThe Membership committee is responsible for the recruitment and retention of AMADC members. To that end, the committee manages membership drives, owns the membership database, organizes member appreciation events, oversees the Member Benefits Program, manages the Volunteer Program and works with the local collegiate community. Committee members represent the Chapter at events and serve as points of contact for current and potential members with questions or concerns about the Chapter.
Click here for a complete list of vacant volunteer positions on the Membership committee.
NetworkingClick here for a complete list of vacant volunteer positions on the Networking committee.
ProgrammingThe Programming and Networking committees are responsible for planning the various professional development and networking events offered by the Chapter. This planning includes developing timely and relevant topics of interest to the membership, securing speakers, locations and food and beverage and serving as hosts of the event.
Click here for a complete list of vacant volunteer positions on the Programming committee.
SponsorshipThe Sponsorship committee is responsible for identifying and recruiting corporate sponsors for the chapter. In addition, Sponsorship manages the contracts for these donations (monetary and in-kind) and works with Programming, Marketing Communications and Branding, and other relevant Board members to ensure that the terms of the contracts are fulfilled.
Click here for a complete list of vacant volunteer positions on the Sponsorship Committee.
Volunteer EngagementClick here for a complete list of vacant volunteer positions on the Volunteer Engagement committee.
Chapter PhilanthropyThe Philanthropy Initiative serves to promote a culture of giving within the professional marketing community. It engages in fundraising activities and administers the student scholarship, provides inspirational speaker and networking events --and offers nonprofit volunteer opportunities for our members to employ their professional skills in meaningful community service.
FinanceThe Finance committee is responsible for developing the Chapter’s financial plan, managing income and expenses and assisting other Board Members in the development and management of each committee’s budget.
TechnologyThe Technology committee is responsible for overseeing the technologies required for the successful operation of the Chapter, including database management and Web site development.
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