Volunteer Leadership Opportunities
There are several leadership positions available in the VSP. Team Leaders are a select group of students who are highly committed to the VSP. This group of students serves to promote the VSP, it's mission on campus, and to raise the profile of the VSP. The Team Leaders help to plan service events, including the Involvement Fair, as well as serve as a presence throughout the FAMU community. They lead a team of student volunteers who share their common interest and willingness to support the functions of the VSP.
These roles include:
Campus and Community Volunteer Opportunities Team Leader
Recruitment, Training and Leadership Development Team Leader
Special Projects Team Leader
Program Marketing Team Leader (This team includes Sub-Teams to include Photography, Graphic Design and Correspondents
Assessment and Volunteer Recognition Team Leader
Information Technology Team Leader
Volunteer Services Teams
Campus and Community Volunteer Opportunities Team – This team will assist with bringing awareness to volunteer opportunities on campus and in the local community.
Recruitment, Training and Leadership Development Team - This team will assist with Recruitment efforts and assist with the coordination of training and orientation sessions for volunteers.
Special Projects Team – This team will assist with the coordination of all VSP Special Programs.
Program Marketing Team – This team will post flyers and announcements for upcoming VSP sponsored events and volunteer opportunities via social media. This team includes sub-teams to include Photography and Graphic Design and assist with the management of these services. The Photography team will be required to use a variety of professional cameras and should be expected to attend VSP functions, campus and community events where possible to take pictures of volunteers in action. The Graphic Design team will be responsible for the creation of flyers, brochures, and graphic and digital files.
Assessment and Volunteer Recognition - This team will assist with promoting volunteer awareness and serve as advocates for service recognition. Further duties include assisting with program assessment and evaluative services.
Correspondents – Serve as a media liaison for the Volunteer Services Office and all of the program’s components. This team may be responsible for producing reports, video footage, vlogs and blogs for the VSP. (See Correspondents Section below).
Information Technology - This team identifies the best use of technology, assist with databases, podcast vlogs and blogs
Volunteer Services Program Correspondents
Correspondent of Advocate Affairs
Correspondent for Campus and Community Affairs
Correspondent for Recruitment and Leadership Development
Special Projects Correspondent
Public Relations Correspondent
Correspondent for Special Services
Correspondent for Evaluative Services
There are Program Advocate Positions available. Program Advocates assist with the Management of one or more Teams. They work directly with the Program Administrator and have served at least one year as a team leader prior to gaining the position.