Thinking about getting involved but not sure where to start?

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A number of volunteer roles are available, offering you flexibility to fit your needs and availability. Some positions come with one hour or less of commitment per week, and some are remote roles that can primarily be carried out via web or phone.

Plug in to IABC Saskatoon by taking on a small job, or serve as a portfolio manager, or board member.

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Sponsorship Manager

Position type: Volunteer, non-board role Primary reporting relationship: Director of Finance/Sponsorship Key Responsibilities / Deliverables Assist in developing an annual sponsorship plan aimed at garnering sponsorships in support of IABC...

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Position type: Volunteer, non-board role

Primary reporting relationship: Director of Finance/Sponsorship

Key Responsibilities / Deliverables

  • Assist in developing an annual sponsorship plan aimed at garnering sponsorships in support of IABC, which includes research, objectives (monetary and in-kind needs), tactics, approaches for evaluation and preparing a budget;
  • Develop and monitor signed agreements for every sponsor (in-kind and monetary) that outlines the relationship, payment due date, benefits and cancellation terms;
  • Prepare and maintain an annual sponsorship package for presentation to potential sponsors;
  • Develop a tracking system to ensure that all contract deliverables are timely and complete;
  • Trains successor.

Skills Learned

  • Communication planning
  • Budgeting

Director of Educational Relations

Term: Two years, up to three terms. Key Responsibilities Develop an annual strategic plan aimed at actively student members which includes research, objectives, approaches for evaluation and preparing a budget; Develops and nurtures relat...

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Term: Two years, up to three terms.

Key Responsibilities

  • Develop an annual strategic plan aimed at actively student members which includes research,
    objectives, approaches for evaluation and preparing a budget;
  • Develops and nurtures relationships with local post-secondary institutions;
  • Seek student volunteers from local business schools;
  • Collaborate with student board members to create and implement plan to recruit student
    members and prospects;
  • Identify and execute on opportunities to have IABC representation at job fairs or similar events;
  • Celebrate annual winner of IABC Saskatoon Student Award at the U of S;
  • Organize call for IABC Saskatoon Student Award (open competition between U of S
    and SaskPolytech);

    • Includes drafting and revising award criteria;
    • rafting ruberic for grading student award submissions;
    • coordinating award judges;
    • coordinating a celebration event for the successful student winner;
  • Supports student members within the chapter;
  • Train successor.

Key Deliverables

  • Increase number of students attending IABC events;
  • Increase number of student members;
  • Increase number of students who apply for the IABC Saskatoon Student Award.

Skills Learned

  • Networking
  • Event planning
  • Communications planning

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