Volunteer Opportunity: AIM Committee
Do you want to get involved with Phi Sigma Sigma? The AIM Committee is currently looking for several new volunteers to join their committee. Do you have a background or interest in education/training/development curriculum writing? Are you a strong writer or editor? Do you have a legal background or work as an attorney in non-profit spaces? Lend your talents to Phi Sigma Sigma as a volunteer!
ABOUT THE AIM COMMITTEE
The AIM Committee is charged with executing the Fraternity’s AIM Project. The AIM Project is a hybrid leadership development program aimed at enhancing alumnae board-level competencies and high-level leadership skills. The program consists of Strengthscope assessment, virtual modules and group conference calls with relevant guest speakers.
The committee's goals for 2023 include:
Evaluate the overall success of the program from start to finish by assessing the application and exit process, as well as participant surveys.
Create new content to open participation in the AIM Program to include volunteers interested in service on the NHC and Foundation board.
Utilize the different levels of the AIM Leadership Competency model to create three different tracks of the AIM program: Leading Oneself (emerging leaders), Leading Others (mid-level leaders) and Leading Organizations (board serve preparation).
The committee meets on the first and third Monday of the month at 9:00 P.M. ET / 6:00 P.M. PT. Ongoing time commitment varies on project and schedule. Members will have assigned deadlines and participate in regular check-ins.
We are looking for subject-matter experts to support the AIM Committee with the following:
Researching topic areas
Developing case studies and related activities
Determining different levels of the educational content for future tracks
We are looking for strong writers to support the AIM Committee with the following:
Responsible for updating Rise.com courses
Converting Rise.com information into easy to synthesize slide decks for calls
ASSESSMENT TEAM MEMBER
We are looking for volunteers to support the AIM Committee with the following:
Assist with application process
Collect feedback from members throughout the program
Facilitate the end of program survey
Facilitate the end of program exit interviews
HOW TO APPLY
If you're interested in applying for one or more of the roles above, please email email@example.com with the following information by Monday, February 20:
Position(s) you are interested in
Why you are interested in this position(s)
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.