Volunteer

Thanks for your interest in supporting SMPS Seattle as a volunteer! Volunteering is the key to getting the most out of your SMPS membership, and will help you forge lasting connections with your peers and other SMPS members. Plus it's a fulfilling way to give back! 

How do I Become a volunteer? 

All volunteers must be current members. Click here to learn more about membership if you'd like to join! 

Other than an active SMPS membership, there are no requirements to join a committee and become a general volunteer. Some positions however, such as Chair or Board of Director positions do have specific time and experience requirements. Please continue reading to learn more.

What Volunteer Opportunities are Available? 

Committee Opportunities

Interested in joining an SMPS Seattle committee? Visit our committees page to find out more.

Board of Directors

If you are interested in joining the Board of Directors, visit the Join the Board page to learn more. 

Other volunteer Opportunities

We are always seeking volunteers to champion specific initiatives within our strategic plan. These roles include:

General Volunteers: Interested in helping but not sure how or aren't able to commit to a long-term position? We are always in need of people who are interested in helping with specific events or tasks. Email President Heidi Maki if you have some helping hands to offer!

Industry Outreach Liaison: SMPS Seattle is actively engaging with our related industry associations in various ways. Email President-Elect Melanie Cochrun if you're interested in learning more.

Ambassador Program: Each new member is paird with an ambassador who helps them learn the SMPS ropes! Ambassador positions are only open to those who have been an SMPS member for three or more years. If you are interested, please email our incoming Director of Professional Development, Deneise Kopetzky

Blog Squad: Hone your writing skills, learn about exciting industry developments, and earn recognition for your company! Currently led by our Director of Marketing, Madison Pearson, this is a low-commitment volunteer opportunity (no meetings required) to write and develop content for the Seattle Chapter Blog. Blog Squad members sign up for blog topics that interest them and are assigned a deadline for preparing the article. CPSMs may earn CEUs for their published articles. If you enjoy writing and/or researching then the Blog Squad is for you! Email Director of Marketing, Jessica Congdon if you are interested. To participate in the Blog Squad you must be an SMPS member. Download the SMPS Seattle Blogger Handbook to start writing today!