:: Get Involved with SEASFBAY ::


October 1ST :: Volunteer OrientationRally Pad in Downtown San Francisco 

6:30-8PM :: 144 2nd Street :: MONTGOMERY BART

This is an exciting opportunity if you're looking to gain leadership skills and wish to contribute to the Bay Area's Social Enterprise community.  


Value for value.  It’s that simple.


There is ample room for you to suggest projects/initiatives -- so as to utilize your skills and interests. We seek another additional volunteers for the following positions:


Non-Board Co-Chair for Communications/Membership, Fundraising and Next Generation, Government Relations and Scaling Impact; Website/IT Coordinator, Copywriter & Direct Marketing Coordinator, Social Media Coordinator and Curated News Scooper, Blogger and Video Blogger; Volunteer corps members for Programs, Next Generation and Fundraising,

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Benefits of Volunteering:

Relationship building with like-minded leaders

Class credit for Next Generation committee volunteers

Opportunity to contribute your skills and expertise with an organized community

Desired Qualifications:

Commitment to supporting Social Enterprise

Additional qualifications depend on desired position

Basic Responsibilities/Oversight:

Helping to shape committee strategy and contribute to action itemsRegular email correspondence  

Time Commitment:  

1 year commitment

Attend 2-4 committee meetings per year (via phone or in-person)


SEASBAY :: Impact Committees

The Program Committee curates and streamlines the programming efforts related to social enterprise in the San Francisco Bay Area. Committee members are a combination of social enterprise practitioners and event organizers across sectors. In short, leaders across sectors have an opportunity to share and learn perspectives with one another.

The Communications and Membership Committee fosters communications among chapter members. Committee members are passionate about design, research, marketing, and communications. They inspire, collect, and organize members’ input; and draft, proofread, and publish messages to members.

The Next Generation Engagement Committee catalyzes the passion of emerging social enterprise leaders and young people excited about social enterprise. The chair of this committee is a chapter board member, serving on a seat purposely reserved for a next generation leader. Committee members are a combination of emerging social enterprise leaders, and youth leadership program representatives, bringing the voices and ears of the next generation to the conversations and collective actions of SEA.

The Scaling Impact Committee focuses on maximizing community impact using the power of business, collaboration, and technology. This committee gathers leaders in philanthropy, impact investing, social enterprise, business, technology, collaboration, and community organizing to grow the individual and collective impact of social enterprises in our communities. Committee members find opportunities to advance their organizational objectives through partnerships and technology, closing service gaps and making more efficient use of resources.

The Government Relations Committee is a multi-partisan effort to foster mutually beneficial relationships between government and social enterprise. Committee members are attorneys, community organizers, lobbyist, government representatives, and others passionate about bridging Social Enterprise with government.

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  • Ben D.

    Well planned and organized by Sarah. Good conversations with potential volunteers.

    1 · October 2, 2013

  • Sarah

    Hi Shane! While there will be a bit of time before and after to network, most of our time will involve learning about SEASFBAY Committees. However, I'll soon send out an invite to our next Mixer on November 19th in San Francisco.

    September 26, 2013

    • Shane F.

      Hi Sarah, Thanks for the info, I guess I should probably attend that one instead...Do please send me the invite.Thanks.

      September 26, 2013

  • Shane F.

    Hi everybody. I am a volunteer with Kiva.org, a San Francisco based non-profit. We recently launched a pilot program here in the US that uses crowd-funding to raise loans of up 5k with 0% interest and no fees for small, under-banked and/or socially impactful entrepreneurs. I would like to attend this meet-up with a view to networking with you good folks, sharing what we do at Kiva and publicizing the program. I see they are looking for volunteers at this meet-up. Are people welcome to attend just for the purposes of networking?
    Any information would be helpful and also, if anyone wants to reach out directly, you can reach me at [masked]
    Thanks for reading.
    Shane.

    September 24, 2013

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