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The areas of service that LeaderCorps members will take part in center around both their own professional development and in creating a community for Indiana AmeriCorps. These include:
Opportunities for leadership training in several areas including event planning, fundraising, meeting facilitation, service project development, communication skills and community outreach. The potential to attend the National Conference on Service and Volunteerism (Washington DC, 2013) with transportation reimbursement, lodging, and conference fees taken care of by the OFBCI.
A highly trained and enthusiastic National Service member with a dedicated network of national service contacts throughout the state. A person that will promote a higher awareness of AmeriCorps in the community through their own outreach and participation in service projects. Leadership for both the community and other AmeriCorps members. Leadership for both the community and other AmeriCorps members. For programs with multiple sites, the benefit of connection between members and programs. A trained person to help, if needed or wanted, with program site trainings – as directed by the Program Director.
Highly skilled and motivated ambassadors of service and local connections to community through LeaderCorps members. Connection and community, as well as, a general esprit de corps throughout the state of Indiana.
An active and trained leader who can "get things done" on a grassroots level by motivating people through modeling an ethic of service through strengthened leadership and communication skills.