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The volunteer role of the "Forum Manager" is central to the success of a community's local Issues Forum. However an Issues Forum is a means, an essential starting point, to promoting local democracy and strengthening your communities capacity to solve public problems. This broader mission local E-Democracy.Org committees/chapters is greatly assisted by filling a number of volunteer roles which distribute responsibility and the opportunity to make a difference with a stake in the effort.
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The volunteer role of the "Forum Manager" is central to the success of a community's local Issues Forum. However an Issues Forum is a means, an essential starting point, to promoting local democracy and strengthening your communities capacity to solve public problems. To achieve this broader mission, local E-Democracy.Org committees/chapters are greatly assisted by a number of volunteer roles which distribute responsibility and the opportunity to make a difference.
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Below is a list of roles people have played at one point or another in at least one of our local communities. As ideal roles are identified and volunteers secured, E-Democracy.Org is then in a position to both network all the volunteers doing similar tasks (like we do with Forum Managers and local group leaders) and to provide enhanced support, share tools, and even seek funding to support network-wide initiatives.
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== Forum Manager ==
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== Committee/Chapter Chairs, Co-Chairs, Officers ==
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== Information Seeker - Informer ==
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== Discussion Starter/Facilitator ==
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== Greeter ==
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== Online Events/ Guest Speaker Coordinator==
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==Outreach - Recruiter - New Voices Outreach==
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==Social and Community Events (in-person)==
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==Participant/Volunteer Recognition==
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==Election Guide Editor==
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==Online Candidate Debate Host==
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==Digital Inclusion Programs==
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==E-Citizen Skill Trainer==
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==Local Democracy Online Advocate/Evaluator==
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==Technology Coordinator==
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==Fund raising/Pledge drive Coordinator==
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==Liason from Local Government==
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Latest revision as of 14:49, 7 January 2009

The volunteer role of the "Forum Manager" is central to the success of a community's local Issues Forum. However an Issues Forum is a means, an essential starting point, to promoting local democracy and strengthening your communities capacity to solve public problems. To achieve this broader mission, local E-Democracy.Org committees/chapters are greatly assisted by a number of volunteer roles which distribute responsibility and the opportunity to make a difference.

Below is a list of roles people have played at one point or another in at least one of our local communities. As ideal roles are identified and volunteers secured, E-Democracy.Org is then in a position to both network all the volunteers doing similar tasks (like we do with Forum Managers and local group leaders) and to provide enhanced support, share tools, and even seek funding to support network-wide initiatives.

Forum Manager

Committee/Chapter Chairs, Co-Chairs, Officers

Information Seeker - Informer

Discussion Starter/Facilitator

Greeter

Online Events/ Guest Speaker Coordinator

Outreach - Recruiter - New Voices Outreach

Social and Community Events (in-person)

Participant/Volunteer Recognition

Election Guide Editor

Online Candidate Debate Host

Digital Inclusion Programs

E-Citizen Skill Trainer

Local Democracy Online Advocate/Evaluator

Technology Coordinator

Fund raising/Pledge drive Coordinator

Liason from Local Government

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