we need your help

Membership is what the Chapter is all about. The team focuses on driving Member Satisfaction, and drives several engagement events, as well as coordinating our mentoring Program. Here are some opportunities:

PM of Membership: Assist the membership team in supporting our New Member Orientation and continued engagement with our members throughout the year and represent membership at functions. Support other tasks as needed.

PM of Mentoring: Assist the VP of Mentoring in capturing and logging mentor/mentee applications submitted throughout the year and help match mentors with mentees, setting up “meet and greets” and other tasks as needed. Following up with Mentors periodically for feedback and closure is required.

Mentor: Do you have a passion for helping others? Are you looking to make a valuable contribution to one of your peers in the SNEC community? If so, we would love to talk with you!

 

Programs is all about helping our members learn and enable them to connect with peers in a more local setting. Program events are hosted throughout our region, including Shelton, East Hartford, Cromwell, Stamford, New London and Western Massachusetts. Here are some opportunities:

Satellite Volunteer: Responsible for overseeing and organizing regional meetings; working with the team to identify topics, secure speakers, coordinate venue, communicating event. Requires on average 3-5 hours per month.

Satellites are located in: Cromwell CT, Shelton CT, Stamford CT, New London CT, East Hartford CT, Springfield MA

Project Walk-Thru Volunteer new: Responsible for coordinating the new Project Walk-Thru events; working with the team to identify topics/projects that occurred in the region, secure project manager expert, coordinate with ‘project’ venue as applicable, and communication of event. Requires on average 3-5 hours per month.

 

Volunteers are the life blood of the Chapter, they allow us to do everything a member experiences. Volunteering for the Chapter provides a safe and motivating environment for you to grow as a project manager professional. Come and help us recruit, onboard and share in this terrific experience.

Volunteer: Responsible for establishing standard for Volunteer on boarding and off boarding, including new checklist. Volunteers will also help with recognition events, Volunteer spotlights and establishing an engagement strategy. Requires on average 3-5 hours per month.

 

Finance is about managing our revenues and various financial policies and processes, such as our budget process and expense reimbursement process. Joining finance will provide you an inside view of how the Chapter runs and sharpen your financial acumen.

Finance Volunteer: Responsible for supporting the various finance processes, including monthly financial review, annual budget cycle, and the expense reimbursement process. Requires on average 3-5 hours per month.

 

Operations is critical to the foundational sustainability of the Chapter. Operations oversees all our various technologies, including Go To Meeting and the Website. Operations also manages the annual Election process.

Operations Volunteer: Responsible for supporting the various operation assets and processes, including the website content, sharepoint site, office 360, go to meeting and the election process. Requires on average 3-5 hours per month.

 

Education and Special Events help member obtain valuable certifications and skills, and is critical to our local membership satisfaction and growth.

PM Continuing Education: Project Manager’s responsibilities include managing 1-3 class offerings per year along with performing additional specialty committee functions as assigned. Requires on average 5-10 hours per month.

PM of Special Events: Project Manager to assist in scheduling and managing 2 special events per year. Responsibilities include helping Board liaison identify event speaker, preparing marketing communication, and coordinating venue logistics and day-of needs. Requires on average 3-5 hours per month.

 

In order for SNEC to deliver on its Mission of providing resources, professional development and networking opportunities to enhance project management, we rely solely on the enthusiasm and dedication of SNEC volunteers. If you are an SNEC member in good standing and have been looking for a way to give back to the project management profession by sharing your skills, talent and energy to help make a better Southern New England through Project Management – drop us an email at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.!