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Average Joe's "Sport" and Social Pages

Volunteering to help out other members is what makes ASAM Awesome! Plus it looks great on a resume. Here is what to expect when you request a title:

The CO is granted with more freedom to control the ASAM site, pretty much everything an organizer can do. Whatever you'd like to do to help out ASAM, you are free to do. Please note: Before requesting to be a CO, make sure you have been a relatively active participant in ASAM.

Assistant Organizers
AO's are all about increasing member participation. Reasoning for this is for several reasons, one of them being that we don't want all the shy people to drop out without ever attending one meeting, because in my opinion shy people are some of the most loyal and cool people once they get comfortable with you.

So if certain members don't show up to meetings, you would be able to send them a message of support, however you'd like to word it. They may open up and tell you they have social anxiety or are confused about something, and AO's would provide support and/or guidance. If AO's have time, messaging new members with a greeting or getting to know them and being open to them getting to know you would help them feel more comfortable in coming out to the meetings. The position is an opportunity to be creative if you like that type of thing. :)
My advice would be when you attend meetups, try to spot anyone who is new to the group and welcome them into the group. You would also be free to correspond with new members online through messaging them (shown on the right side of the main page, if you scroll down a bit) to help them feel more comfortable with coming out to the meetups.

Event Organizers
EO's are able to create meetups without having to suggest them first, which entails having to have three people sign up before they are announced. On meetup day, hopefully you could ensure someone is bringing the equipment, or bring it yourself.

All Organizers
I would expect that everyone on the leadership team communicate with each other and myself as often as needed. Further down the line are possible sponsorships in which we may get free gear for various group activities, or prizes for tournaments, etc. Creating tournaments would require a deeper level of teamwork, however. Really, I think this group's potential is limitless; I see us being much bigger with a wide variety of activities to offer, and ASAM becoming firmly entrenched in the culture of Sacramento and the Sacramento - Area (shout outs to Davis, Roseville, Rocklin and Elk Grove!)

Joey and the ASAM team

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How to Rate Yourself in Tennis May 17, 2016 4:27 PM Joey Y.
Awesome Tennis Instructor Spotlight: Sean Kolar May 17, 2016 7:40 PM Joey Y.
How to Make ASAM Awesome August 13, 2015 11:23 PM Joey Y.
About Average Joe's "Sport" and Social August 13, 2015 11:23 PM Joey Y.

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