Available Positions

Letters to Hope is always looking for motivated individuals who are looking to make a difference in the world. We have many positions available, so take the first move by applying today. We would love to have you apart of the Letters to Hope family.

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Student Ambassador:

The student Ambassador (SA) is the voice for Letters to Hope. The SA is responsible for getting the word out of Letters to Hope at their school, in hopes of motivating other students to start a Letters to Hope club.

 

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Have a deep understanding of Letters to Hope and volunteer recruitment approaches.

  • Recruit and mentor future Letters to Hope volunteers (student officers).

  • Must relate well with students.

  • Ability to implement innovative, creative approaches to mentor recruitment.

  • Ability to set and achieve mentor recruitment goals.

  • Ability to track, monitor, and report performance.

High School Club Officer:

The High School Club Officer, is in charge of starting a Letters to Hope club at their school. The officer is in charge of motivating three or four students at their school to run the club with them. Once the club is approved at the school, all officers must work together to find members.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Start a Letters to Hope Club

  • Promote Letters to Hope at their school to motivate other students to join the club.

  • Stay up to date with the Letters to Hope projects

  • Communicate well with their Volunteer Coordinator.

College Club Officer:

The College Club Officer is in charge of starting a Letters to Hope club at their university or community college. The officer is in charge of motivating three or four students at their school to run the club with them. Once the club is approved at the school, all officers must work together to find members.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Start a Letters to Hope Club

  • Promote Letters to Hope at their school to motivate other students to join the club.

  • Stay up to date with the Letters to Hope projects

  • Communicate well with their city Volunteer Coordinator

Community Group Club:

If you are looking to start your own club in your community, then you have come to the right place. You are taking the role in starting your own Letters to Hope community group club in your area. You can create a group in your neighborhood, church, nearby library or school.  You can host your meetings in-person or through Zoom.

Duties: 

  • Look for 3-4 other members that would like to become officers. You, along with these officers will split the responsibilities in starting this new community group.

  • Reach out to your community, and try to gain members for your new Letters to Hope club.

  • Schedule weekly or monthly meetings with your members (zoom), and create a google classroom for your projects.

 

 

Volunteer Coordinator:

 The Volunteer Coordinator is in charge of  scouting, and recruiting students to start their own Letters to Hope club at their school.  The Volunteer Coordinator communicates well with the board members, their potential student volunteers. Coordinators organize meetings with their volunteers and presidents (High school and College).

Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Communicate well with the board members. 

  • Organize once a month meetings with their student volunteers (High School and College).

  • Stay up-to-date with the CURRENT and UPCOMING projects of Letters to Hope. 

  • Must share upcoming events and scholarships with their student volunteers.

 

 

Volunteer Coordinator Assistant:

The Volunteer Coordinator Assistant works directly with the Volunteer Director. Assist the Volunteer Director in communicating with the student leaders, and Club Presidents (High School and College). Must organize meetings for the Volunteer Coordinator, and help recruit potential student leaders.

Duties and Responsibilities: ​

  • Communicate with the Volunteer coordinator, and the student volunteers and Presidents.

  • Assist the Volunteer coordinator in presentations and meetings.

  • Stay up-to-date with UPCOMING and CURRENT Letters to Hope projects.