Volunteerism is the wind in OWSA's Sails. The wide variety of programs offer opportunities to teach, lead, and learn new skills. Our talented members volunteer their time and energy to run the programs offered to our membership. Not only do members benefit, but volunteerism is extended to the broader sailing community as well.
We appreciate our membership support, time and heart, because you make OWSA possible. OWSA is an all volunteer organization, we have no paid employees and we rely on you to contribute your time and energy to one of our many volunteer roles we need to fill. Which opportunity most interests you?
Volunteer Positions - Current Opportunities:
First Mate Coordinator - for more information, contact Carol Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fundraising Coordinator - for more information, contact Katie Braun at email@example.com
We have a full board for 2021, but if you are interested in serving on the board in the future, contact our Commodore to learn more about our board operations.
The positions that we need to fill for 2022 are:
If you are interested in volunteering for a seat on the Board, please email Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Please contact OWSA's Volunteer Coordinator regarding volunteering at email@example.com, or visit with any current Board Member about these opportunities at the next General Meeting.|
Logging Volunteer Hours:
OWSA could not provide the great sailing opportunities it offers without our amazing volunteers. We appreciate you and need your help ensuring you are logging your volunteer hours. This supports our 501c3 requirements, helps recognize our exceptional volunteers and informs volunteer recruitment.
To log your hours, simply login to owsa.net, go to the member portal and log your hours. You can do this once a month and summarize your volunteer activities or add an entry for volunteer activities for individual events. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart." Elizabeth Andrew