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Current Volunteer Opportunities at SNEC

help wantedIn 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. !!


SNEC 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! SNEC Mentoring is a formal, structured, year-long program for chapter members only and is currently looking for Mentors to support incoming Mentees for the 2018 program year. If you are interested in being a SNEC Mentor contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

AVP Stamford:  Responsible for overseeing the Stamford, CT regional meeting; working with the team to identify topics, secure speakers, coordinate venue, communicating event. Requires on average 3-5 hours per month.

PM Stamford:  Assist the AVP Stamford in the coordination and facilitation of the Stamford, CT regional meeting. Requires on average 3-5 hours per month.

PM Marketing / Communications:  Support the VP Marketing / Communications in sourcing, and curating content for SNEC. Help define and execute the overall distribution strategy across platforms (email, social media, mobile, print) and ensure collaboration of consistent messaging across chapter portfolios. Requires on average 3-5 hours per month.

VP Volunteer Committee: Support the acting Board of Directors member in defining successful strategies for volunteer recruitment, retention and recognition, helping align prospective volunteers with open opportunities, onboarding new volunteers by sharing knowledge about SNEC and its respective offerings, and providing support to volunteers throughout their volunteer journey with SNEC. Requires on average 5-7 hours per month.

Volunteer Committee Member: To support the VP Volunteer Committee in ensuring the committee's objectives and vision are being carried out.  Involves promoting volunteer opportunities and success stories, updating volunteer role descriptions, and planning recognition events. Requires on average 3-5 hours per month.

PM Continuing Education:  Project Manager 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 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 Networking - Stamford/Shelton area: Responsible for reaching out to recruiters and project management organizations to co-sponsor networking events. Involves securing locations, helping facilitate the event, working with webmaster on marketing schedule and event content, tracking registrations, being the voice of SNEC and promoting chapter membership.

VP Membership: As part of the Membership portfolio, the VP of Membership’s main responsibility is to support the Board Appointee and assist in driving the team’s initiatives and goals in addressing the needs of chapter membership, including membership retention, and recruitment. Ideal candidate should have at least 2 years of volunteer experience or 2 years of active membership with SNEC-PMI, have knowledge of the value and offerings that SNEC-PMI provides, and able to approach people to engage in conversation.

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.


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