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Job Posting — Recruitment Coordinator

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Recruitment Coordinator
Lasallian Volunteers of The De La Salle Christian Brothers

Job Overview: The Recruitment Coordinator for Lasallian Volunteers, working as a team member, has responsibility for assisting in all programmatic efforts.  The Recruitment Coordinator will also manage all recruitment efforts and include other staff in these efforts.

General Responsibilities (include, but are not limited to):

1.     Development of yearly recruitment plan.

2.     Transition recruitment plan from system where Recruitment Coordinator is primary visitor to a system where the Recruitment Coordinator is an organizer, manager and contact person.

3.     Coordinate recruitment efforts at all of the Lasallian Colleges & Universities and key non-Lasallian colleges/universities. Create, sustain and strengthen key relationships with college personnel and on the ground recruitment representatives (i.e. alumnus, current volunteers, etc.).

4.     Organize Registration and Attendance at volunteer fairs.

5.     Connect and manage current and alum LVs to recruitment efforts; design a recruitment packet for their use and a recruitment schedule.

6.     Recruit, organize and manage LV Scholars. Maintain regular communication to provide guidance and support.

7.     Invite and accompany candidates through the discernment and application process: foster relationships with applicants; make initial and continuous contact via e-mail, phone and on-campus meetings, keep updated database/mailing lists of interested candidates, follow up with information requests through the website.

8.     Collaborate with the Associate Director to oversee the system of processing applications: collect, organize and create physical and electronic files for all applicants, review applications, schedule final interviews, collaborate with the LV leadership team on final interview, selection and placement process of applicants.

9.     Oversee production of recruitment materials and regular mailings to colleges/universities and Lasallian high schools.

10.  Connect with the volunteers, sites and communities by completing 2-4 site and community visits per semester.

11.  Regularly check and manage the LV e-mail account and other accounts connected to the program.

12.  Assist with implementation and planning of Orientation, Midyear and Debriefing Retreats.

13.  Assist/Aid in the operations of Christian Brothers Conference.

14.  Assist with overall development of the program.

Travel (will include but not limited to):

  • College Visits/Recruitment (approximately 2-6 in-person visits per collegiate academic year)
  • LV Retreats (July, January & May)
  • Some Development gatherings
  • 2-4 site/community visits (Fall & Spring)
  • Staff retreats
  • Lasallian & non-Lasallian Conferences
  • Priority to attend Lasallian Colleges/Universities and key non-Lasallian Universities.

Qualifications:

  • Previous long-term volunteer experience.
  • Ability to work both independently and as part of the Lasallian Volunteers team.
  • Exemplary written and verbal communication skills.
  • Meticulous attention to detail and strong organizational skills.
  • Willingness to participate in Lasallian Formation Programs.
  • Location of Office: Christian Brothers Conference, located in Washington, D.C.

Start Date: September 1, 2015
Benefits: Full health benefits, Employee Pension Plan, 403B Employee Match, Professional Development
Salary: Competitive
Application Deadline: August 7, 2015

Applicant should submit a resume, cover letter, and three references to:

Kathleen Glackin
Director of Lasallian Volunteers
415 Michigan Ave NE
Suite 300
Washington, DC 20017
202-529-0047
kglackin@cbconf.org

By |July 16th, 2015|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Job Posting — Recruitment Coordinator

Lasallian Volunteers Announces 8th Director

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Kathleen Glackin, LV 09-11, will serve as our next director effective July 13, 2015. She has been a member of the LV staff as recruitment coordinator since July 2013.

General Councilor Brother Timothy Coldwell, FSC, announced the appointment of Glackin, which came after a two-month search process.

“Kathleen has distinguished herself in the office and in the field with her passion and professionalism,” said Brother Timothy. “I am confident that she will bring fresh energy to the people and program that seeks to change the world one heart at a time. Her ministry of leadership will be surely marked by a love and joy that will touch the hearts of the young people and young adults God has entrusted to all of us.”

Kathleen served as a Lasallian Volunteer from 2009-2011 in Memphis, Tennessee, at De La Salle Elementary at Blessed Sacrament. After completing her two years of service, she continued to volunteer at De La Salle as she took on the role of assistant campus minister for the Diocese of Memphis.

Kathleen during her service at De La Salle at Blessed Sacrament.

Kathleen during her service at De La Salle at Blessed Sacrament.

“I am excited and humbled to serve as the next director, and to continue to spread the mission of the Lasallian Volunteers,” said Glackin. “My years serving as an LV were the most formative years of my life. To be given the opportunity to give back to the program as recruitment coordinator, and now director, is an honor. I look forward to continuing to use my passion for the program and the Lasallian mission to serve others.”

Glackin, a Philadelphia native, has been involved in service since high school, and she received a dual degree in theology and communications from Loyola University of Chicago.

She takes over leadership of Lasallian Volunteers as it enters its 27th service year with a 10-day orientation program at Lewis University in Romeoville, Illinois, that begins July 21.

By |July 13th, 2015|Categories: news + events|2 Comments

Brother Ed Phelan Service Week, August 22-29, 2015

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Dear Fellow Lasallian Volunteers Alum,

When reflecting on our LV experience, we are reminded of the community we shared with our Brothers and fellow LVs. Brother Ed Phelan has walked with many of us during our time as LVs and has served as an important stone in our foundation as Young Lasallians through the numerous ways that he has supported, listened, motivated, and inspired us on our journey. This year, Brother Ed is celebrating his 75th birthday and we are thrilled to be able to honor him and his love for the Lasallian Volunteers movement.

Below are some ways that you can show Brother Ed your appreciation for his years of building community and 75 wonderful years of life.

1.    Participate in the Brother Ed Phelan Service Week (August 22-29, 2015)
Since Brother Ed has a well-known love of service, LV Alums will gather in seven cities across the country to engage in a service project to celebrate his birthday. If you live in one of the participating cities, please contact the corresponding LV Alum organizer to learn more about the service opportunity in your area!

City

LV Alum Organizer

Bay Area, CA

Carly Myrtle
(carly.myrtle@gmail.com)

Chicago, IL

TBA

Denver, CO

Melissa Spahr
(mjspahr3@gmail.com)

Huntsville, AL

Erica Sage Pitts
(erica.s.pitts@gmail.com)

Los Angeles, CA

Janet Solis
(solisjan@gmail.com)

Minneapolis, MN

Kayla Bryson-Tucker
(kaylabrysontucker@gmail.com)

Sara Vogelpohl
(saravogelpohl@gmail.com)

Memphis, TN

Kenny Latta
(kenny.latta@gmail.com)

New York, NY

Amanda Weingarten
(amanda.rodela@gmail.com)

Portland, OR

Sarah Jane Maher
(sarah.jane.engle@gmail.com)

Providence, RI

Sarah Laitinen
(bellingham.sarah@gmail.com)

Sincerely,

Kayla Bryson-Tucker, LV 12-14
Sarah Laitinen, LV 07-09
Sarah Jane Maher, LV 07-09
Erica Pitts, LV 06-08
Melissa Spahr, LV 09-11
Amanda Weingarten, LV 09-11
Whitney Wozniak, LV 12-14

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2015 Lasallian Volunteers FSC Awards

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Luncheon and
Awards Presentation

Sunday, July 26, 2015
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

St. Charles Borromeo Center, Flight Deck
Lewis University
One University Parkway
Romeoville, Illinois

 

The Bassen Service Award: Thaddeus Smith

The Johnston Faith Award: Bro. James Gaffney, FSC

The Johnston Faith Award: Bro. Stephen Markham, FSC

The Farrell Community Award: Bro. Robert Walsh, FSC

Includes special recognition of Jolleen Wagner

Suggested donation: $50 per person or $350 per table of eight

Reservation deadline is July 15, 2015, Contact Christopher Anderson, 202-529-0047

By |July 1st, 2015|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on 2015 Lasallian Volunteers FSC Awards