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Young Professionals Committee Member

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Atlanta Autism Consortium

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Are you passionate about autism and looking to get involved and give back to Metro Atlanta? The Atlanta Autism Consortium (AAC) is now recruiting new members to join our Young Professionals Committee.

The Atlanta Autism Consortium Young Professionals Committee is comprised of dedicated adults in their 20’s and 30’s who volunteer their time and talents to help further the mission of the AAC, while building professionals relationships and strengthening skills like leadership, teamwork, problem-solving and more. The Young Professionals Community provides many opportunities for networking and event planning as well as opportunities to increase experience with marketing, fundraising and more.

Membership:

All members must identify as a young professional under 40. Members regularly engage with the committee and attend quarterly meetings, special events & outings. The AAC YP's serve as an active part of our organization, helping to spread our mission, promote our events and fundraisers, and connect with the community at large. They also have the opportunity to work closely with our Board of Directors, serving on internal committees if that is of interest as well.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Participate actively in the success of the annual AAC Fundraiser, Young Professionals Fundraiser and Giving Tuesday Fundraising Campaign to support the strategic plan.
  • Serve on a Young Professionals Committee.
  • Attend quarterly Young Professionals meetings - the AAC YP Committee meets to discuss business four times a year. Each YP Member is expected to attend a minimum of 75% of the scheduled YP Meetings (3 out of 4 meetings).
  • Attend a minimum of two AAC Programs to deepen understanding and connection to our cause (average of 11 programs).
  • Spread the word and assist with marketing of our programs and events.
  • Effectively advocate for the AAC in civic, professional and social clubs.

More opportunities with Atlanta Autism Consortium

No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.

About Atlanta Autism Consortium

Location:

2451 Cumberland Parkwayy, Suite 3776, Atlanta, GA 30339, US

Mission Statement

The AAC brings the spectrum of perspectives and interests concerning autism together in a safe and constructive environment. We aim to foster better understanding and cultivate multifaceted collaborations among the wide variety of autism community stakeholders in the greater Atlanta area, including researchers, clinicians, educators, advocates, families and individuals with autism.

Description

The AAC works in partnership with other Atlanta organizations to provide monthly free programs and resources on a variety of topics for the Atlanta autism community.

Community

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

2451 Cumberland Parkway SESuite 3776Atlanta, GA 30339

SKILLS

  • Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
  • Accounting
  • Fundraising
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Community Outreach
  • Relationship Building

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Most of our committee gives on average 1-2 hours of time each month. Those who choose to serve on an internal committee give extra time.

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