Community Service Initiative seeking new members

Community Service Initiative seeking new members

Do you enjoy helping out in our community? Have you ever wished there was a way you could give back to needy families who live close by? Are you looking for service opportunities? Consider joining up with the Community Service Initiative.

What is a Community Service Initiative (CSI) Workgroup Member? A CSI Workgroup Member someone from our organization who contributes to and supports the initiative purpose:  to develop and implement a partnership with the Light House Shelter and to recognize existing community service groups within the hospital. Members have strong communication and listening skills, are good problem solvers, have a positive attitude about their workplace, employer, and the community service initiative, and are accountable.

What are the roles and responsibilities of a Workgroup Member?

  • Regular attendance (80% or better) at committee meetings, which are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month from 0900-1130. Options for attendance are face to face, phone bridge, etc.
  • Acceptance of initiative related projects that may require completion on personal time—estimated time is 4-6 hours/month.
  • Serve as representative (2 times/year) during Traveling Coffee House for monthly communication rounds.

To apply to become a Workgroup Member, click here.

Are you interested in participating, but not able to make regular meetings? Consider becoming your unit’s CSI Unit Liaison. In this role, responsibilities include:

  • Serving as a point of contact from the CSI initiative to your unit. The Liaison primarily helps distribute information and publicize community events on a unit level (e.g. post signs for Thanksgiving Basket Drive, coordinate collection of goods, deliver basket to assigned place.)
  • NO attendance required at monthly meetings.

To become a Unit Liaison, click here.

Have questions? Please contact co-leads Misa Ewing at mewing@aahs.org or Emily Groves at egroves@aahs.org

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