WV ANFP Call for Volunteers is Now Open!
What is in it for you?
Below are just a few of the advantages of volunteering for the West Virginia ANFP Chapter:
- Enhance your career through continued professional development
- Gain new skills that transfer to your professional and personal lives
- Drive the education that meets the needs of chapter members
- Gain status and recognition in the industry
- Get to know other industry leaders
- Provide guidance and structure for other CDM, CFPPs in the state of West Virginia
- Foster teamwork
- Networking opportunities
- Be part of a community
What is expected of me as a board member? As a board member, you are expected to actively contribute and participate in team meetings and/or calls. You may be assigned to one or serval tasks to begin, but you will have support from the entire team. We ask that you volunteer for the board only if you are serious about contributing to the revitalization of the chapter. You will also act as a liaison between the state chapter and the national organization.
What is the time commitment? It will be up to the team to determine how frequently they choose to meet. Typically, chapter boards meet two to four times a year either face-to-face or over the phone, depending on team members’ availability. Depending on the board’s initiatives, you may also be asked to dedicate time on projects and tasks for the chapter.
How do I submit my name for consideration for the board of directors? If you would like to submit your name to be considered for the board of directors or to volunteer, please click here to complete the submission form.
How can I still contribute to the chapter with a limited amount of free time? Regardless of the amount of free time you have, West Virginia ANFP welcomes and appreciates any support from other members. You may be asked to take on small projects or tasks in order to support the chapter.
If you have any additional questions, please contact Abigail Solazzo, Chapters & Leadership Manager, at asolazzo@ANFPonline.org or 800.323.1908 ext. 123.
Edited by Robert Luke, CDM, CFPP