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Call for Volunteers - MINN IDEA Summit

on Mon, 2015-07-27 03:12

We need YOU to help make the 2015 MINN IDEA Summit a success. The Summit will be on Friday, October 16th at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota.

Why should you Volunteer at the MINN IDEA Summit?

1. There are several remaining volunteer roles available to fit your time and your talents.

2. It's a great way to meet fellow international development community members and support an inspirational and educational community event.

3. Volunteers who sign up for at least 4 HOURS of volunteer time (at least 2 slots) will receive a free Summit registration.

How to

Open Position - MINN Membership Manager

on Mon, 2015-07-27 02:51

MINN currently has an opening for a paid hourly MINN Membership Manager position.

The MINN Membership Manager oversees MINN’s Professional and Student paid membership program including utilizing Salesforce (a CRM) to manage operations and correspondence; maintain a monthly membership renewal cycle; and to compile data for reports. This position represents membership interests when collaborating with MINN’s other committees and Managers, such as Education and Networking events, Communications, the annual MINN IDEA Summit and when liaising with the MINN Board.

For an in-depth description, see

Volunteer Recognition - Heather Cannon-Winkelman

on Mon, 2015-07-27 02:37

By: Sara S. McGarraugh, 2015 MINN Board President

 

Volunteers are the soul of our organization. They drive our programming, create our strategic direction, and they experience professional growth through these opportunities. Volunteering for MINN comes in many forms of engagement, from board service, to committee membership, to one-off projects that move us forward. Each volunteer plays an important part in MINN.

However, every once and a while a star shines through. It’s the person that shows up and digs in, taking responsibility for new and old ideas and making sure it is executed.

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