Young Catholic Professionals (YCP), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is one of the nation's fastest-growing Catholic organizations with chapters in cities across the country and international interest. YCP was founded by a young entrepreneur in 2010 in Dallas with a mission to "Work in Witness for Christ."
YCP is approached by young adults across the world asking to launch a chapter in their city. We have active chapters in 16 U.S. cities and relationships with Catholics in more than 40 other cities around the world.
Our members use their experience to become ambassadors of the faith in the public square. In this way, YCP forms tomorrow’s leaders to step forward in their communities and workplaces.
------------------------------------------YCP Chapter Leadership teams are composed of 7 young professional core leaders and supporting volunteers. Leaders serve from 3-10 hours per week depending on their role, and commit to a 1 year term (for existing YCP chapters), or a 1 year term plus an initial training period (for YCP chapters not currently in existence).
For more information about each volunteer position click here: http://bit.ly/2q3j2JW
The information shared in this application is not exhaustive and is meant to provide a groundwork for additional training that will be provided when applications are approved.
TIPS to help you complete this application:- Please review the links on this page before completing this application. - Responses should be a short paragraph (3-5 concise sentences).- The video submission is required for all positions. Please review the links below prior to completing your video.
You might also enjoy reading/watching:- Short Video Showcasing YCP's Chapters Nationwide: http://bit.ly/2dvIr9Q.- TV Interview with YCP Founder, Jennifer Baugh: http://bit.ly/ycpewtn- Word on Fire Blog about YCP: http://bit.ly/ycpwordonfire
VP's commit an 2 additional hours/week to serve in a more strategic capacity. Time commitment: 2 hours strategic + 3-5 hours functional = 7 total hours/week as a VP & Director of XYZ.
In addition to the functional responsibilities of a Director, a VP takes on extra chapter leadership responsibilities, including:
• Regular “Core Leadership” meetings with President and other VP. • Working with President to create strategic quarterly and annual goals.• Attending quarterly board meetings with Chapter Board.• Leading chapter team meetings. • Providing leadership and guidance at events.