Roles and Responsibilities

List of 2 items.

  • Alumni Chapter President

    • Organizes and chairs monthly Alumni Chapter meetings (held monthly during the school year)
    • Supports the Alumni Chapter sub-committees to set and complete goals, in alignment with the Grove Society mandate
    • Liaises with the Grove Society: Parent Chapter and the school, fostering cross-organizational relationships
    • Attends monthly Grove Society Executive meetings and provides updates on Alumni Chapter initiatives and events
    • Holds a trustee position at the school participating in two trustee meetings per school year
    • Acts as an ambassador for the school and Grove Society, providing assistance in volunteer recruitment
    • Develops and tracks the Alumni Chapter budget
    • Encouraged to attend all events including Fall Fair, Alumni Dinner and the Going Grove Grad Dinner to get in touch with returning alumni as a Grove Society
    • representative
    • Approximate time commitment os 15 to 40 hours per month, 2-year term
  • Alumni Chapter Committee

    Members comprise 3 sub-committees that are focused on the engagement of: 
    • All Alumni
    • Recent Grads
    • Current Grad Class/Grade 12's 
     
    Sub-committees are responsible for: 
    • Attending Alumni Chapter meetings (held monthly during the school year) and providing updates on behalf of their respective sub-committees
    • Working with Alumni Chapter to create an annual schedule of events
    • Coordinating the organization, planning and execution of initiatives and events targeting the alumni community 
    • In conjunction with the school's communications representative, developing and updating an alumni communications plan to help guide and recruit for Alumni Chapter initiative
    • Acting as an ambassador for the Alumni Chapter while being encouraged to attend all chapter events
    • Liaising with, supporting and encouraging participation among the alumni community at large (e.g. established alumni, recent grads and current grads) through various activities and initiatives such as Grove Roots Mentorship Program and alumni events such as Going Grove Grad Dinner, Home to the Grove Reunion.
    • Approximate time commitment is 10- 20 hours per month 

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4391 County Road 29, Lakefield Ontario K0L 2H0   705.652.3324   admissions@lcs.on.ca

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