Great leaders make great organizations. You can help determine the future of your community and South Carolina by nominating its leaders. Do you know an individual that could help enhance the design community? Who is already leading the design community in a positive direction? Could it be you? Now is the time to get those great leaders in an organization where they can have a greater impact.
Nominations will close 6:00 PM July 31st. At that time current leadership will review all submitted nominations for open positions and will announce the new leadership by August 15th.
If you’re interested in getting involved in your community, but can’t commit to a leadership position, let us know! We’re always looking for volunteers and committee chairs.
- Attending monthly board meetings
- Participating in events
- Hold a membership status of Supporting or above
- Fulfilling requirements as outlined in the position descriptions
Individuals serve a two year term as a director or one year as a chair, June-May.
Each position requires a different amount of commitment, on average we estimate roughly 10-15 hours a month.
- Leadership training
- Skill development
- Exposure to the design community
- Opportunity to impact your local design community
Here are the descriptions for the following positions open for nominations:
[Community] Programming Director
Open positions in all cities
Role: The programming director is the designated point of contact for all events, initiatives and projects in their community. He/She works to build event committees and provide strategic support to ensure the successful coordination of events in their designated region.
Duties: Manage volunteers and assign them to teams as needed. Report all activities to the communications teams so they may be promoted appropriately.
SC Programming Director
Role: The SC programming director is responsible for state-driven programming such as our annual award show, INshow. He/She works to build an event committee and provide strategic direction to ensure the event’s success.
Duties: Coordinate state-wide programming, primarily INshow. Bring a new creative approach to the table and find ways to improve how we approach our biggest event of the year.
[Community] Communications Manager
Open positions in all cities
Role: The social media chair is responsible for getting the word out for what’s going on in their community. This is the type of person who enjoys being in the know and gets their energy from connecting and helping others.
Duties: Update your community by posting events to AIGA sc’s social channels as you see fit. Get the word out by using any of our platforms: Instagram, Facebook Page, Facebook Groups (greenville/columbia/charleston), Twitter, Slack, email & our website.
Role: The sponsorship director is responsible for seeing ad maintaining relationships with the community. This is the type of person who is or wants to be woven into the community and gets their energy from meeting new people.
Duties: Create and develop sponsorship materials for volunteers to take to local businesses. Meet with people in the community to develop sponsorship relationships and get businesses involved with the creative community.
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