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International Coach Federation (ICF) Vancouver is Vancouver’s non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the coaching profession by setting high professional standards, being an authoritative source on coaching information and research, providing independent certification, and building a local network of credentialed coaches. ICF Vancouver Chapter is one of the 15 largest of the 108 chapters in over 50 countries worldwide. The ICF defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. Visit: www.icfvancouver.org

Wednesday, 2 November 2011

Vancouver Coaches Needed!!!

Call for Volunteers

The Board of Directors for the ICF Vancouver Chapter requires more volunteers from our coaching community to help with various activities and tasks that support our ability to provide a wide array of services to our Vancouver Chapter Members.


If you are interested in any of these opportunities please email Cheryl Stafford, Vice President with your interest. Please reference specific jobs listed below that you are passionate and exited about helping with.


Thank you in advance for helping our Coaching Community by volunteering your time. Not all tasks require you to live in Vancouver and can be done remotely so there is opportunity for all Coaches in our greater community to participate!


Communications

1 person to help organize Coach Tasting events as part of Coach Awareness week (skills: event organization, and logistics)

1 person to support our social media lead. Makes regular posts on all of our social media vehicles related to chapter activities (skills: social media geek, someone already connected, ability to post regularly)

1 person to help with blog/newsletter/press communication as needed (skills: writing and communications experience and interest)


Monthly Chapter Programs


1 or 2 general volunteers to to assist with selection of presenters for chapter meetings, introduce presenters, apply for CCEU's and help set-up and take down for chapter meetings

1 or 2 photographers to take photos at chapter meetings, set up video to record meetings as required, submit photos to Communications within 5 days of chapter meetings - if you regularly attend our meetings and have a camera and an eye for looking through a lens this could be a perfect pairing!

1 person to perform historical research to create a comprehensive list of past presenters and topics as far back as we have documentation. Also to create an online resource for members to access chapter meeting information and maintain this list following each chapter meeting

1 person to provide resource and support in the area of technology (skills: knowledge of survey tools, webinar platforms, time/group management tools eg. timebridge, google groups,etc.). Develops, deploys and creates monthly chapter meeting evaluations and provides summary to the Programs Chair

1 or 2 general volunteers to to assist with selection of presenters for chapter meetings, introduce presenters, apply for CCEU's and help set-up and take down for chapter meetings
Chapter Events

1 person to help with promoting events

3 people to work on a committee with the Events Chair to provide a recommendation to the board for awards program for 2012/2013

1 event logistics pro - if you have past experience planning and executing events, we need your help for a Chapter event in 2012

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