Scott Northern Wake Campus
Beltline Education Center
Communications – Enhance the visibility of the chapter within Wake Tech. This work group creates and executes a marketing plan to attract and engage members in the local chapter. Updating communications through the website and MS Teams is the primary focus.
Governance – Develop and review organizational documents, including bylaws, mission, vision, values and/or policies to ensure they are appropriate and meet the needs of the organization. This work group monitors how the Executive Committee manages itself and that the organization is operating in compliance with stated documents. Meetings will occur as needed to make reports and recommendations to the Executive Committee on new and evolving compliance matters.
Programs – Create and execute events that align with AAWCC nationally and the chapter's purpose of serving as a supportive community for women. This work group plans events, collaborates with internal and external partners and connects the chapter with established resources, organizations and events to further members' goals. Events may include professional development, social events, speakers, community outreach, networking and book interests. Meetings occur as needed, depending on the upcoming events.
Membership – Create recruitment and membership strategies for faculty, staff, students and administrators. This work group keeps up-to-date information concerning membership fees, benefits and relevant information about membership.
Nominating – Identify and recruit candidates to serve in elective positions for the local chapter. This work group meets as necessary to recruit and vet candidates when there are open positions.