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Information Sharing & Newsletter Volunteer Committee Meeting

Current & prospective members of the Information Sharing & Newsletter Volunteer Committee are invited to join these quarterly calls to discuss program activities.

Information Sharing & Newsletter Volunteer Committee Meeting
Information Sharing & Newsletter Volunteer Committee Meeting

Time & Location

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Oct 08, 2024, 1:00 PM – 1:30 PM CDT

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About the Event

Current & prospective members of the Information Sharing & Newsletter Volunteer Committee are invited to join these quarterly calls to discuss program activities. Learn more about these committees & related activities below! Learn more about this program >

Information Sharing

  • Work with a team to assist with the development of the TPRM 101 Resource guide.  ​
  • Sit in on the TPRM 101 Focus Groups and captures feedback and suggestions to enhance guidance.​
  • Obtain relevant whitepapers and templates and works with website admins to update the Information Sharing section of the website.​
  • Assist with the promotion of resources added to the website through various mediums (newsletter, website, LinkedIn).​
  • Review forum discussions and works to respond to posts.​

TPRA Newsletter

  • Assist with drafting the quarterly newsletter.
  • Find relevant blog posts and white papers on current TPRM topics and trends to include within the newsletter.
  • Send emails to Practitioner and Vendor members to request information for the Practitioner and Vendor Spotlight section.
  • Add upcoming TPRA and external events to the newsletter (along with registration links).
  • Provide ideas for and feedback on newsletter content.
Volunteer Expectations​
  • Attend the majority of program meetings and let the facilitator know if you are not able to attend a meeting.​
  • Be clear about the hours you can volunteer for so there is not a miscommunication of expectations.​
  • Respond to all assignments in a timely manner, or indicate inability to do so by established deadline.​
  • Be willing to listen to and fully consider others opinions or points of view.​
  • Demonstrate professionalism/teamwork/spirit of cooperation.​
  • Be able to volunteer with minimal supervision.​
  • Please keep program meeting topics, work products, and members confidential.  Please do not reach out to program members or TPRA members for promotional purposes.​
  • TPRA work products are the property of the TPRA and may not be shared outside of the TPRA or used for personal/professional reasons unless they are made public.
Volunteer Reward Program
  • Each hour volunteered is worth one point. ​
  • Submit volunteer hours on a quarterly basis (if not on a more frequent basis).
  • Program lead will then validate  and approve the hours you volunteer.​
  • Approved points for volunteer hours can then be turned in for rewards. The reward system is cumulative and you will obtain each reward as you reach it’s specific milestone.
Volunteer Recognition Program
  • Volunteers with the most points each quarter will be recognized as the Super Star Volunteer for that quarter.​
  • Volunteers who go above and beyond can be nominated for the Shining Star Volunteer for that quarter.  (Fellow volunteers and/or leads can nominate an individual for this award.)​
  • Volunteers could be recognized on the TPRA website, within the TPRA newsletter, and at the in-person conference.​
  • Volunteers will be able to participate in a private network event at the in-person conference.

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