Collaborate with the IABC Minnesota board and volunteers to identify potential sponsors for events and other support services. The role is responsible for building and leading all aspects of a sponsorship program, including prospecting, writing proposals, presenting recommendations, negotiating custom agreements, and maintaining sponsor relationships. The goal of the role is to develop sponsorships that offer value to both the sponsor and our members. Time commitment: two to five hours per month.
As the sponsorship coordinator, you’ll work with the VP of Sponsorship to ensure the implementation of sponsorship agreements. The role maintains sponsorship documentation and collaborates with events volunteers or others as needed on logistics. Time commitment: one to three hours per month.
Help the VP of Member Communications ensure IABCMN.com is kept up-to-date. Time commitment: one to three hours per month.
Organize catering logistics, sit at the registration table at the beginning of the event, welcome attendees and coordinate any specific venue needs. Perks of this position are attending regular monthly events free of charge. Time commitment: two hours per month.
Reach out to local businesses and agencies to secure venues for luncheons, as well as speakers. The whole Professional Development committee will help brainstorm topics and businesses, and this volunteer will do outreach. Time commitment: one hour per week.
Develop relationships with faculty at local colleges to increase awareness of IABC Minnesota among both faculty and students. Lead development of College Speaker’s Bureau or other initiative to strengthen ties with academic community. Time Commitment: two to three hours per month.
Work with the VP of Membership and Director of Member Engagement to help new and renewing members get the most value from their IABC membership. Coordinates Member Month campaign (two times a year). Explores opportunities to improve new member on-boarding experience. Time commitment: one to two hours per month.
Help organize the annual Gift of Communication event. If you are passionate about giving back to the Twin Cities nonprofit community and growing this event, this role is for you! Time commitment: two hours per month (Nov. – March).