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What is a site leader?
Site leaders act as the liaison between The Detroit Partnership and the volunteers and are in charge of 10-15 volunteers on DP Day.
What does a site leader do?
Prior to DP Day:
Site leaders must attend one of the two offered orientation dates:
- Thursday, March 14 from 8:00-9:30 PM
- Friday, March 15 from 8:00-9:30 PM
Additionally, site leaders should recruit friends and classmates to register as volunteers.
On DP Day (March 23, 2013)
Site leaders are responsible for keeping his/her volunteers aware, active, and motivated throughout the day. It is recommended that site leaders meet up and lead discussions with their volunteers a few days before DP Day for team-bonding and to distribute important information to his/her volunteers. Site leaders are an integral part of what makes DP Day run effectively.
Why become a site leader?
- Take a leadership role in the largest day of service-learning at UM
- Learn more about Detroit
- Meet new people
- Give back to the community
- Become more involved with The Detroit Partnership!
Know some classmates who might be interested? Encourage your friends to register as individual volunteers and select you as their specific site leader.
Individual volunteer registration begins on February 10.