ALPS Co-chair

Facilitate teams which run the popular Adult Education Program.   Hold the big picture and oversee the running of the program, including visioning and budget.

Detailed Description: 
Chair meetings, develop and monitor budget, facilitate goal-setting and report to the Board, and liaise with staff, attend Leadership Assembly, coordinate sizable, multi-faceted operation (currently some 15 teams), recruit members (many long-standing members remain committed members), provide enthusiasm to keep committee engaged.
Service Term: 
3 years
Benefits for the Volunteer and the Congregation: 

Benefits for the congregation: provides opportunities for people to share knowledge and talent and opportunities for people to learn: brings new people into the fellowship, develops community within the classes. Benefits for the co-chair; personal connections of the team, sense of contributing by facilitating a great program, opportunity to use organizational and community-building skills, the satisfaction contributing substantially to QUUF as well as to the larger community.

Skills Needed: 

Organizational and facilitation skills, ability to see and managed the big picture, rudimentary computer skills.

Training, assistance, and safety requirements: 

Current and former chairs are still involved and eager to train and mentor. Merilee will end her term in June of 2018, Paul in June of 2019.

Contact Person: 
Paul Loubere
Contact Person Email:
Ministry Team: 
# of positions available: 
Position Filled
Expected Service Opportunity Term End: 
Friday, June 1, 2018
Hours per Month: