Updated: Aug 25, 2019
Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they have the heart. - Elizabeth Andrew
This holds true for everyone who goes the extra mile to help make an event run smoothly, to raise money for a person in need, to envision great things for a future of a profession and so many more great examples of volunteerism.
If you’ve been contemplating getting more involved with the AMTA-NE chapter, please know that we are looking for you and we want to help you take the first step in a fulfilling experience.
For you to create the biggest impact and have the best experience, the first step is making sure that you are ready for volunteering. The following are some good questions to ask yourself.
Are all of my basic needs of life steady and stable? safe home, good self-care and healthy lifestyle, supportive family, good relationships with others, confident in your strengths...
What are your strengths, gifts, talents?
What drives you each day to improve and develop a better you?
What level of involvement would you prefer? One event just a couple of hours, consecutive events doing similar tasks, a leadership position…
How are you able to make an impact?
Reach out to any volunteer via social media or talk to us at an upcoming event
Tell us about yourself, what is motivating you for this possible current journey. You can easily do this by filling in our online form.
Share your strengths
Learn about the chapter’s future volunteer needs
Currently, our chapter has the following needs
Event coordinator/liaison for outreach social events
Event coordinator/liaison for education events
Event volunteers: duties and time commitment structured around you
Team members for all chapter committees
Our current volunteers are an excellent group of professionals with a passion to see growth in our profession. Please reach out to any of us if you have more questions on getting involved. We’d love to have you join our team!
Becky Ohlson, MEd, ATC, LMT
AMTA-NE Chapter President