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Volunteer

We are always happy to have more hands on deck to help support and represent massage therapists in New Hampshire. Your contributions can vary from short-term volunteering (check in at educational events, running yearly elections, participating in sporting events or working with state legislators) to longer term commitments (web administration, government relations, regional outreach, community and sporting events). If you have a particular passion or interest, please reach out to us and see how you can become a more active part of the chapter.


Volunteer Responsibilities
  • Abide by national AMTA
  • Bylaws
  • Policy
  • Code of Conduct
  • Confidentiality
  • Fiduciary strategy and responsibility for chapter budget and expenditures
  • Ensure mandatory deliverables are met
  • Assist in compliance with other reporting requirements
  • Recruit and network with AMTA members
  • Conduct chapter business
  • Board meetings (5 elected voting members)
  • Board decision making process
  • Coordinate / consult with national staff and volunteers
Chapter President (EVEN year elections)
  • Prepares agenda for chapter meetings
  • Presides over and conducts chapter business and
    chapter meetings
  • Supervises chapter business
    • Budgeting and financial
    • Legislative
    • Other
  • Reviews and understands chapter documents
  • Ensures chapter operations are aligned with national
  • Coordinates / consults with national staff and volunteers
  • Networks with leaders from other chapters

Eligibility
In addition to being a Professional member in good standing and signing the Chapter Volunteer Code of Conduct, she/he must meet one or more of the following requirements:

 Completed one term year as a Chapter Board member within the last three years.

 Completed one term year as a Chapter committee chair or member within the last two years.

 Completed one term year as a National Board member, National Standing Committee Chair, or National Standing Committee member within the last two years.

Board member (two positions / alternate years)
  • Duties as assigned – Can include
    • Assigned to oversee a committee
    • Assigned specific tasks or projects
    • Assist with agenda development
    • Assist chapter president

Eligibility
In addition to being a Professional member in good standing and signing the Chapter Volunteer Code of Conduct, she/he must meet the following requirement:

 Completed one year of AMTA membership.

Financial Administrator (ODD year elections)
  • Financial presentation at annual meeting
  • Provide financial update to chapter board (BvA, Cash flow)
    • Highlight areas that are over / under budget
  • Budget prep (working with chapter board)
    • Submits budget to national office (Mar 1)
  • Ensure expenditures are aligned with budget
  • Coordinate / consult with national finance department
    • Submits all applicable documentation
    • Banking / merchant accounts
  • Approves / codes requests for reimbursement
  • Reconciles credit card statement

Eligibility
In addition to being a Professional member in good standing, and signing the Chapter Volunteer Code of Conduct, she/he must meet one or more of the following requirements:

 Completed one term year as a Chapter Board member within the last three years.

 Completed one term year as a Chapter committee chair or member within the last two years.

 Completed one term year as a National Board member, National Standing Committee Chair, or National Standing Committee member within the last two years.

Secretary (EVEN year elections)
  • Chapter meeting minutes
    • Board meetings
    • Annual meetings
    • F2F and conference call
  • Records motions and vote (approve or not approve)
  • Submits minutes and chapter rosters to national office
    • Updated rosters within 15 days of elections
    • Roster changes within two weeks of change
  • Distributes minutes to chapter board and appropriate chapter volunteers
  • Publish chapter meeting dates and locations

Eligibility
In addition to being a Professional member in good standing and signing the Chapter Volunteer Code of Conduct, she/he must meet the following requirement:

 Completed one year of AMTA membership.

AOD Delegate (two positions / alternate years)
  • Participates in AOD discussions on the HUB
  • Attends chapter meetings as requested by the Board to
    address AOD agenda items or provides written reports
  • Attends and participates in the AOD meeting at National Convention
  • Reports the actions of the AOD to the Chapter membership
  • Participates in the selection of the AMTA position statement ideas
  • Provides input to the AOD as a representative of their chapter

Eligibility
In addition to being a Professional member in good standing and signing the Chapter Volunteer Code of Conduct, she/he must meet the following requirement:

 Completed one year of AMTA membership.

Committee Chair
  • Appointed by President, approved by chapter board
  • Support and lead activities of committee they have been assigned
    to chair
  • Report to chapter board
  • Prepare and submit budget requests to FA for committee activities
    • Responsible to stay within approved budget amount
  • Prepare and present agenda items for chapter board review and consideration
  • Coordinates committee volunteers
    • Schedules and leads committee conference calls
    • Oversees committee activities
  • Ensures deadlines are met
  • Assists with member communication regarding committee activities

Lifestyle coaching

$655.00

Strength training

$1,200.00

Nutrition planning

$500.00