The New Braunfels Teens Aspiring to Serve Christ (TASC) Volunteer Group is in its third year and we are excited to announce we have made a few changes and look forward to this group growing and that YOU will join!
The biggest change is ages 10-12 are welcomed to volunteer with a parent present. Responsible teens (ages 13 and up) that are capable of following the organization’s guidelines and will respect the adult supervisor’s guidance can be dropped off or drive themselves to events. Parents can coordinate rides with other parents.
Another change we are excited about is more fun! We will have a monthly service event and fun as well as a monthly social time to have some fun! The student council plans are made by the teens, so join the group and help plan these monthly events!
What is TASC you ask? We are teens that take on the task! The student council leads and the adult supervisors help as needed. See the list of student council leaders and open positions below. Contact us if you may be interested in rising to the challenge and joining the student council.
Here is the tentative plan with 2 activities per month (except December and May). Service and fun on one day and another optional time of fun:
What does this add up to?
So in 10 months, 18 times for your teen to be with other teens serving and having fun. Are you in? YES! Let’s do this!
PARENTS! You can join in the fun! We would like 2-3 more adult supervisors! This is not a huge commitment and not a ton of time is needed. It is a great way to serve alongside your child and have some fun too! These events are great ways to connect with your child and get to know other teens while helping facilitate healthy friendships in constructive ways that help them grow and improve their character. So email email@example.com with questions or let us know you are in!
Check out TASC, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org we will add you to our invitation list for our next online meeting. Come join the fun!
Supervise all activities for safety, clean-up and completion of the project. Advise other council (board) members. Set and facilitate all meetings and agenda. Consistently and clearly communicates mission and goals to all participants. Promotes teamwork through leadership, trust and encouragement. Initiates conflict resolution. Accountable to adult supervisors on all activities and plans. Leads meetings.
Closely assists and communicates with the President on all service projects. Works with the President and Public Relations/Social Media Director to set service projects for the school year. Communicates and coordinates with the Public Relations Director and other council (board) members to organize, plan and coordinate service projects. Assists the President at all meetings or facilitates meetings when the President is absent.
Keeps an organized and clear record of all meeting minutes and attendees and distributes it electronically to the supervisors and all council (board) members in a timely manner. Assists in all projects as needed.
Responsible for the social and entertainment activities after each service project or meeting. Inform all attendees the details for each social event. Introduce new council members to leadership as needed. Assists in all service projects as needed.
Takes photographs of volunteers during the service project for articles and other social media Uploads photos. Reminds parents and students to upload photos.
Greet people at meetings and at service projects. Ensure all attendees sign in at all events and that each person has a nametag.
The positions that are still open are:
Writes “Thank you” cards to each coordinator of the organization and as directed by the President and/or student council leaders. Writes articles for the local newspaper to publicize completed service projects and volunteers. Initiates community outreach to advertise our mission and availability, if possible. Assists in all projects as needed. Social Media Officer Updates all forms of social media with council (board) input/approval. Coordinates with Public Relations Officer to post photos of volunteers and completed service projects. Assists in all service projects as needed.Administrative Officer
Keeps all contact information for council members, volunteers and service project point-of-contacts. Knowledge of google sheets is required. Ensures if they turned in their paperwork such as membership agreement form, parental consent form, photography consent form, etc. Assists in all projects as needed. Informs parents and council members of meetings and other administrative information as needed.
While this person does not hold a position, he/she is expected to attend all council (board) meetings to contribute ideas and concerns regarding service projects. Fully participates in each service project as needed.
Facebook and Instagram accounts will be up soon!
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