Thank you for taking on the important volunteer role of a local chapter leader! Whether you serve as the Chapter President, Membership Chair, head up your local Events Committee, lead your Youth Committee, or serve in one of the dozens of officer, board or committee roles for your local chapter, your efforts to make TU stronger and more impactful in your local community are making a difference.
As described in our TU Volunteer Leadership Manual, chapters are where the rubber meets the road when it comes to our conservation, education and community engagement efforts. With more than 385 local chapters across the country, and over 3,000 local volunteers leading more than 1,000 conservation projects, 1,600 youth education programs, and an astounding 7,000+ community engagement activities each year, we are always overwhelmed with how much is achieved at the local, grassroots level!
This wealth of diversity is a tremendous strength for our organization. Local TU chapter leaders are constantly generating innovative ideas, successful solutions, and expanding the size and effectiveness of our grassroots base.
The following links and resources are designed to help you better serve your chapter and learn from our best practices and your peers’ successes
Chapter Officer Resources
As a chapter officer, your work to set the vision and culture for your chapter, lead the strategic planning, budgeting, leadership development, and the day-to-day operations of the chapter are critical to success. The following resources are designed to support you through the process:
Chapter Officer Job Descriptions
Chapter Planning & Leadership
Chapter Board Committee Resources