Volunteer and Vendor Opportunities

Want to give back to the AAPI community?  Seek to grow your skills in a new area with support from peers and a supervisor or champion? Wish to explore the best way to mentor or leave a legacy?  Scroll down for volunteer roles and vendor Requests for Proposals.

RFP for Digital Marketing Strategy

NAAAP seeks a creative team for a paid opportunity to lift our multi-media outreach to a higher level.  Click here for 2021 digital marketing strategy RFP  – read, download, and share.  Proposals due Feb. 17, emailed to [email protected] .

Volunteers make the difference. 

Since 1982, NAAAP has grown a national network on the power of volunteerism. NAAAP is an organization where “We Build Leaders” by giving challenging and rewarding volunteer assignments, team support, and cost-efficient project budgets.  Our volunteers are thought leaders, seasoned strategists, advisors, operators, and rising stars who commit 1-10 hours a week. National volunteers may come from one of NAAAP’s chapters, other AAPI organizations, or corporate sector. 

Thank you!  We love our volunteers.  We count volunteer hours, and better yet, we are fortunate to count volunteer years.  

Current national volunteer needs are described in detail below. Also consider contacting your local NAAAP chapter about short-term and longer-term volunteer opportunities. 

Speakers Bureau Director

Speakers Bureau Director

Reports To: Chief of Business Development and Chief Programs Officer

The NAAAP speakers bureau includes NAAAP board members, national and regional talents, facilitators, and subject matter experts who promote Asian American and Pacific Islander representation and discuss issues, policies, diversity, equity, and inclusion, and other cultural elements affecting the AAPI community.  NAAAP speakers bureau members have signed agreements with NAAAP as an agent.  The speakers bureau needs aa liaison who enjoys matching NAAAP high visibility and experienced speakers and facilitators with current or prospective sponsors for speaking engagements in community-based, chapter-based or corporate events.   

Essential Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Collaborate with the Executive Director, Chief of Programs and Chief Business Development on fundraising through the speakers bureau and how the bureau can help us promote our program speakers 
  • Partner with NAAAP National and local chapters on identifying potential speaking engagements 
  • Work with NAAAP Program Directors on identifying potential speakers 
  • Compile and expand database of our current and  prospective speakers 
  • Administrator speaking contracts with each speaker 
  • Adjust or revise speaker contracts and templates as needs change
  • Work with technology team to create and maintain a webpage to showcase our speakers 
  • Strategize on marketing the bureau to local chapters and NAAAP’s corporate sponsors and partners

Other Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Research and book travel and lodging arrangements for NAAAP speakers (in conjunction with the client)
  • To extent possible, assist with instructions and run of show for any online presentation or virtual speaking, coordination for introductions,  moderator and other panelists, Q&A methods, and any rehearsal times.
  • Prepare  information (tax, funding, department) that needs to go on an invoice, and know who to consult for timely payment (collection is not the responsiblity of the speaker bureau director but can be facilitated by clear communication on director’s part.)

Qualifications and Skills

Required 

  • organization and a focus on details
  • courtesy and professionalism 
  • ability to communicate clearly and briefly on phone and email
  • self confidence to conduct call backs, negotiations, and make recommendations that would present win-win and safe outcomes and experiences, timeliness 

Desired 

  • salesmanship
  • negotiation skills
  • process improvement

Time commitment : 1-3  hours a week

Tenure Term: 1-2 years (can be negotiable) 

Contact Talent Manager about this role : [email protected]

Fundraising Account Manager

Fundraising Account  Manager

 

Reports To: Chief Business Development Officer

Help NAAAP fundraise with grants, corporate sponsorships, and rewards programs.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Collaborate with the Chief Business Development Officer to identify diversified streams of revenue for NAAAP.
  • Serve a direct liaison to assigned corpoate sponsors and programs. 

Qualifications and Skills

Required 

  • Uphold high standards of professionalism, financial integrity.
  • Excellent communication skills and organizational skills
  • TBD

Desired

  • Familiarity with non-profit fundraising
  • TBD

Time commitment : 1-4 hours a week

Tenure Term: 1 year (can be negotiable) 

Contact Talent Manager about this role : [email protected]