Collegiate Chapter Chair

Position Title: Collegiate Chapter Chair

Capacity: Board Member

Reports to: Vice President for Membership

Key Responsibilities:

  • Organizes and chairs Committee meetings
  • Recruits and enlists committee members; monitors the work of volunteers to ensure timely completion of assignments
  • Assists in developing and running operations for AFP Central Ohio Collegiate Chapters
  • Recruits and appoints Central Ohio AFP Collegiate Chapter professional Advisor to work with Collegiate Faculty/Staff Advisor and Collegiate Chapter Members
  • Works with Collegiate Chapter Members to ensure Collegiate Chapter remains in good standing and retains charter status by complying with AFP Global regulations including:
    • Maintaining an active program consistent with the objectives of the Association of Fundraising Professionals
    • Maintaining ten paid collegiate chapter members
    • Elects officers and holds regularly-scheduled meetings
    • Follows Chapter Accord process and provides requisite information to AFP Global by deadline
  • Assists Collegiate Chapter leaders and members to plan and implement education programs and philanthropic project
  • Plans and implements a mentoring program and job shadowing opportunities for Collegiate Chapter members
  • Supports Collegiate Chapter participation at education programs and National Philanthropy Day
  • Develops and submits a budget to the Treasurer by designated deadline; monitors committee income and expenditures
  • Provides timely and up-to-date content to Chapter Administrator and Marketing Chair for website and digital publications
  • Works to successfully achieve goals outlined in Chapter Strategic Plan
  • Ensures there is a succession plan to cultivate a new chair to take his/her place as needed
  • Celebrates success; ensures that celebration includes expressions of gratitude to volunteers
  • Adheres to policies and Board responsibilities as adopted by the Board of Directors
  • Upon leaving office, transfers all records to successor