The SCUP Membership Committee conducts outreach to recruit, engage, retain, and bring back lapsed members. It provides advice and recommendations to leadership and staff on strategies for membership growth, and serves as a forum for regional membership contacts to share ideas with counterparts in other regions.
The committee consists of a chair who also serves on the SCUP Council and its steering committee, and regional membership chairs from each of the five regions who also serve on their respective regional councils.
Raise awareness of the benefits of membership and invite nonmembers to join.
Welcome new members and serve as a resource to them throughout their first year.
Introduce members to one another and encourage local connection.
Encourage lapsed members to renew.
Provide input and feedback on membership strategies in support of the SCUP strategic plan and feedback from the perspective of the member.
Share information on regional membership activities and the interests and needs of members and nonmembers within the region.
Take part in membership activities at the annual, international conference and lead membership engagement and outreach at regional events.
Actively participate in committee and regional council calls and meetings, regional conferences, and the annual, international conference.
Restricted to Mid-Atlantic Region
SCUP Membership Required? Yes
Minimum Qualifications: One to two years volunteer experience within SCUP, or equivalent within another association.
Terms of Service: Three Years
Time Commitment: 6-10 Hours Month
Training: Limited Training by Staff
Travel Requirements: 2 Meetings Annually
Related Webpage: SCUP's Membership Committee
Interested In This Role? Contact Megan Snow