Hunger Clean-Up

Hunger Clean-Up Leadership Team

Want to have a part in planning Marquette's biggest day of service? Leadership Team positions are currently filed but please consider joining next year! See descriptions below.

Please contact hannah.sternig@marquette.edu with any questions.

The Leadership Team as a whole will have the following responsibilities:

 

Hunger Clean-Up Co-Coordinators: Oversee the entire planning process of Hunger Clean-up, Convene regular meetings of leadership team, Ensure that all tasks pertaining to HCU are completed, Motivate and support leadership team members, Take on fundraising, speaking, and education roles, 2+ meetings per week

Logistics Committee Chair:
Lead team of 5 – 20 peers in executing all of the planning for the day of Hunger Clean-up. Organize the flow of Hunger Clean-Up people and information, Develop transportation plans, Assign sites, Manage tools, Arrange for in-kind donations of food.

Marketing Committee Chair:
  Lead team of 5 – 20 peers in developing a comprehensive marketing scheme for all events leading-up to and including Hunger Clean-Up. Oversee social media, Comunicate with Marquette and Milwaukee news outlets, Liaison with design team (design experience not required).

Fundraising Committee Chair:
Lead team of 5 – 20 peers in raising and soliciting the funds and donations necessary to support Hunger Clean-up and the grants awarded as part of the event. Develop a comprehensive fundraising plan, including events and other strategies, Share event planning duties with committee members and other leadership team members, Solicit donations for cash and in-kind donations, Liaison with University Advancement, Mail thank-you letters after Hunger Clean-Up.


Volunteer Committee Chair:
Lead team of 5– 20 peers in coordinating Marquette volunteers. Coordinate Team Leader and Volunteer registration, Communicate with volunteers, Liaison with Greek Life, Design and conduct educational Team Leader Trainings.

 

 


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