Division Leadership Team (DLT)

 

More leadership experience available at the Division level!

Many key clubs from different schools, make up a group called the Division. We are Division 42 East (D42E), composed of Oak Park, Agoura, Westlake, Moorpark, Newbury Park, Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, Santa Susana. While there are club positions, the Division also has leadership positions open via application. The "president" of the division is elected and called the lieutenant governor (LTG). On the DLT, you will work with Justin to help run division events, fundraise, produce a newsletter, make cheers, etc. Leadership is a big part of this club! We encourage you to run for a position this Spring in 2021.

Executive Assistant

The duty of an Executive Assistant is very crucial to a division. The EA serves as the “go to person” when an LTG is in need of any type of assistant. The EA will have the opportunity to work closely with the LTG and learn the tasks and duties of a Lieutenant Governor. The individual must have most of their time available as the LTG may ask for assistance at any time. The following are duties that he/she will have to fulfill:
- Assist the Lieutenant Governor whenever they need help
- Submit monthly reports to the Lieutenant Governor
- Help plan and organize division events
- Attend the majority of division events
- Keep in regular contact with club officers 
- Organize point system for the clubs of our division

 

Division Secretary/Second EA

The position of Division Secretary is a very studious position on the division leadership team. The Division Secretary organizes and keeps track of all happenings in a division. The following are the duties of a Division Secretary: 
- Attend the majority of division events
- Submit monthly reports to the Lieutenant Governor
- Help plan and organize division events
- Take meeting minutes at division council and division leadership team meetings
- Keep in regular contact with all club secretaries in the division
- Handle submissions of each club’s MRF

 

Head Spirit Coordinator

Being a Spirit Coordinator may be one of the most exciting positions on the division leadership team, but it is necessary to have someone to maintain, regulate and contain all of the excitement among the division. There will be multiple Spirit Coordinators—a team that you will be able to appoint and form through a proper application process. Together, everyone will have to work as a team to unite and increase division spirit. The following are the duties of the Head Spirit Coordinator.

- Attend the majority of division events
- Form a team of Spirit Coordinators
- Plan icebreakers & activities for all division council meetings with the Team
- Create the division cheers for Fall Rally with the Team
- Organize all submissions of division attire with the Team
- Help plan fundraisers with fundraising coordinator to help purchase more spirit gear

 

Division News Editor
The position of a Division News Editor requires a technology savvy individual. Many skills may be learned for this position. This position requires a person who can reach all deadlines given. The following are the duties of a Division News Editor: 

- Attend the majority of division events
- Create the monthly division newsletters
- Meet the deadlines set by the district
- Cooperate with clubs to gather articles and visuals
- Promotes all division events online
- Become familiar with the Key Club graphic standards

 

Publicist/Historian

The position of a Social Media Coordinator requires professionalism and proper skills to publicize division activities on several means of media, representing the division with appropriate content and images. The follow are the duties of a Social Media Coordinator:

- Attend the majority of division events
- Update Social Media (Website, Facebook, Instagram, etc.)
- Take quality photographs
- Promote all division events and support Division News Editor
- Become familiar with the Key Club graphic standards

 

Task Coordinator 
The Task Coordinator will work with the Lieutenant Governor to plan and organize service projects or fundraisers, supporting our local communities, along with supporting and advising clubs on how to find service projects. The follow are the duties of a Service Projects Coordinator:

- Attend the majority of division events
- Plan and organize service projects, fundraisers, etc.
- Promote Division projects
- Contact organizations and present ideas to the Division Leadership Team
- Provide advice and guidance to clubs in our division if necessary

Join our Remind: text "@opkeyclub" to 81010   /   opkeyclub@gmail.com   /   Meetings @ Mr. Creason's room G-8

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