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Regional Coordinator Role Description

ARC Regional Coordinators are appointed by the Program Director in selected cities across the country for one-year renewable terms. Regional Coordinators work directly with the ARC Program Director and support the efforts of the ARC program as assigned. Each Regional Coordinator will work with his/her active alumni volunteers to build camaraderie and ownership in volunteer work for the Office of Admission. Building stronger relationships with the local alumni chapter, increasing the number of college fairs covered by volunteers, and the number of completed alumni interviews are also key charges for each Regional Coordinator.

Regional Coordinator positions currently exist in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Princeton, New York City, Tampa and London.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist in the recruitment of alumni volunteers in local area and coordinate their efforts in support of admission goals
  • Serve as a resource for new members
  • Attend Office of Admission events in the region; incluing Guidance Counselor breakfasts, prospective student/family receptions, etc.
  • Meet with Regional Admission Counselor during his/her travel in the region
  • Conduct one large training session per year for new alumni volunteers
  • Provide feedback to ARC Director and Program Assistant on the needs of local volunteers
  • Develop and mentor local alumni volunteers
  • Attend on-campus training sessions, leadership retreats, and ARC receptions (if applicable)
  • Recommend volunteers to the Office of Admission to serve as panelists and assist at other local admission events
  • Identify new college fairs and other recruitment opportunities in the region
  • Brainstorm ways to foster greater opportunities for relationship building among local alumni volunteers
  • Maintain close contact with the Office of Admission and keep abreast of University news

Qualifications

  • Current member of the Alumni Recruitment Committee
  • Active in local alumni chapter
  • Ability to recruit, delegate to, and involve a diverse group of alumni volunteers
  • Enthusiasm for promoting the University of Richmond