The Financial Literacy Coalition of Central Texas (FLCCT) is seeking a new board member to act as VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR to recruit and assist our volunteers in fulfilling assignments. Our volunteers teach personal finance knowledge and skills that help people make sound financial decisions. As an almost all volunteer organization, this role is critical to FLCCT's success. Additionally, volunteers perform non-teaching short-term projects as well as form the Board of Directors.
Volunteer now to help build the financial confidence and well being of fellow Central Texans. By volunteering with us, you will meet people from all cultures and backgrounds and will learn a lot about your community as well picking up some of the finer points of micro economics!
POSITION'S DUTIES :
The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for:
engaging volunteers to motivate continuing and involved service,
understanding the strengths and weaknesses of FLCCT's volunteer staff,
finding new volunteers that can provide needed skills and on-boarding them to the organization,
supporting the volunteers as needed so they efficiently fulfill their assignments,
developing and leading the volunteer recognition program,
serving on the Board of Directors
BOARD MEMBER RESPONSIBILITIES:
As a board member, you will contribute your vision and voice to our strategic planning for expanding service over greater Austin. Service requirements include:
Committing to a 2 year term of office
Must attend 8 board meetings a year . The board currently meets on the 2 nd Wednesday of the month.
Contributing $200/year to the organization
Supporting the organization's fundraising activities
- Experience managing or supporting groups of volunteers
Some experience with non-profits is preferred
Connections into minority communities are especially desirable
Minimal financial knowledge is needed
Experience with volunteer management software systems is desirable
ABOUT THE FINANCIAL LITERACY COALITION OF CENTRAL TEXAS
FLCCT was incorporated as a 501(c)3 in 2004 under the leadership of the Travis County AgriLife Extension Office. FLCCT is now a largely autonomous organization that receives some in-kind support from AgriLife.
FLCCT's service model is to pair our trained and caring volunteer teachers with organizations whose members/clients need personal financial instruction. We usually partner with other NPOs who help lower income Texans succeed in life, although we will teach anyone with an interest in learning about personal finance.
Find out more about us on www.flcct.org .
Email your questions, contact information and resume to Executive Director, Lourdes Zuniga at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Teaching / Instruction
- Financial Literacy
- CSR / Volunteer Coordination
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- At least 15 hours/month