SPSFNWA Community Ambassadors is made up of supporters who display qualities of leadership, expertise, wisdom, and community contacts which can build the effectiveness and reputation of the organization. New prospective members complete an application and then meet with the CEO and may renew annually as often as they wish to remain involved.
Community Ambassadors serve to unite diverse volunteers who will work together to support and help advance the mission of SPSFNWA by building relationships with community partners and individuals to increase financial support and promote awareness of the organization’s programs and services.
Responsibilities & Expectations:
Each member is asked to participate in a minimum of four (4) activities to support the organization during the course of the year (striving for more is always encouraged).
Estimated Commitment: 2 hours, 2-3 times annually. Ambassadors will be asked to renew their ambassador agreements annually. SPSFNWA’s Responsibilities to Community Ambassadors:
Single Parent Scholarship Fund of NWA’s Alumni Network is comprised of graduates of the SPSF programs of Northwest Arkansas who display qualities of leadership, expertise, wisdom, and who aim to help build the effectiveness and reputation of SPSFNWA and encourage its current recipients.
The Alumni Network serves to unite program graduates who will work together to support and help advance the mission of SPSFNWA by encouraging current recipients, contributing to the sustainability and long-term success of the program, and building relationships within the community to increase support and promote awareness of SPSFNWA.
Contingent upon organizational needs, Alumni Network volunteer opportunities may include, but are not limited to, the following: