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    A team leader is responsible for:

    Recruiting a group of 7 women to volunteer for a full day on a construction site (9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.).

    Raising $1,500 and submitting donations to the affiliate to support the day’s work.

    Acting as the main contact person and coordinator for their group of volunteers.

    Assisting volunteers in signing up 

    Passing on specific workday information to each volunteer on their crew

    Arriving on their day a half an hour early to act as the Site Host for the first half hour

    WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO ENSURE I HAVE A SUCCESSFUL TEAM LEADER EXPERIENCE?

    Planning, planning, planning!

    Follow these easy steps to help recruit and fill your volunteer needs:

    Begin by making a list of the people you think might be willing to join you on a build day.

    Make the list longer than the number of people you think you will need. Not everyone will be able to make it.

    Decide if you will “host” the day and pay for the financial sponsorship, or if you would like to ask your friends and family to help you sponsor the day.

    Make a timeline.

    Express interest in becoming a team leader