We are excited to launch a formal process for recruiting Ambassadors from across the global OF community to help us organise more of the social aspects of the Old Felstedian Society.
LeadershipThe OF Ambassador role has been created to appoint individuals who can provide leadership in helping to fulfil the many social activities of the Old Felstedian Society.
Freedom Ambassadors will have the freedom to develop their group in an inclusive way to benefit as many OFs as possible but will not be expected to join the OF Society Committee. This may involve organising social events within their group or providing advice, support and mentoring.
CommunicationThe primary role of Ambassadors will be to communicate with members of their group. The Old Felstedian Office will be on hand to provide support and guidance.
TeamworkThe role of leading a group can be shared with others and an existing OF group who already gather socially could be expanded.
VolunteerWe are seeking volunteers to act as Ambassadors in the following areas:
To keep in touch with OFs in their 5-Year-Group (e.g. 2000 - 2005 leavers) by communicating with them at least once a year, encouraging them to attend relevant events and reporting their news to the Old Felstedian Office.
There are a number of active OF Sports Clubs/Groups with leaders who are already acting as Ambassadors and organising events for their Club/Group.
A second or third year student to become the Ambassador for their particular university and help to advise and support OF freshers in their first year, as well as organising events for OFs at their university.
You can offer to help others in the OF community via felstednetwork.com
We already have members acting as Ambassadors in Cambridge, Hong Kong and California who keep in contact with OFs in their area and organise local events, but we would love more! This group will be coordinated by Nicholas Hinde (Felsted Staff 1970-2004).
If you are interested in finding out more, please contact:
Selina Joslin in the OF Office via firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)1371 822645.