Become a Board Member

Did you know AIGA CT is 100% volunteer-powered? Our chapter’s success depends solely on the efforts of our many volunteers. It takes smart, dedicated, creative people like yourself to make everything we do possible. 

While your volunteer efforts really do help the design community, they also help you build leadership skills, build your professional network, and it feels good to give back while belonging to a fun group! Reach out to president@connecticut.aiga.org if you have any questions or feel free to fill out the form below!

Open Positions:

Director of Programming

The Director of Programming is responsible for overseeing the full calendar of AIGA CT’s events and our yearly programming strategy. Working with the Event Chair, Project Chair (when necessary), and the event lead they will ensure each event is successful from the planning stages to execution. This includes overseeing scheduling, approving budgets, ensuring appropriate contracts are completed, and that staffing is being managed for onsite executions. Another primary role for the Director of Programming is ensuring events are being loaded onto Fonteva and our website. The Director of Programming is ultimately responsible for the duties of individual chairs and/or committee members in their absence or if they are unable to carry out their responsibilities.

Event Chair

The Event Chair is responsible for assisting the Director of Programming. They will help with the planning, execution, and recap of events. They will also assist in outreach by creating and maintaining event resources. In order to ensure department efforts are being effectively managed, Chairs are encouraged to recruit committee members to assist with various duties as needed.

Committee Member

Committee members support their director and the committee’s purpose. This can include event planning, outreach, research, content, and project management!

You are encouraged to lead within the committee and take responsibility for tasks assigned to you. Committee members encourage one another to stay active and creative and are encouraged to network and establish relationships with event attendees and community partners.

Each committee requires a different amount of commitment, on average we estimate roughly 5-10 hours a month. Committee members term is dependent on the project that you choose to help with!

Why Join?

There are a number of benefits to becoming a leader with AIGA Connecticut but here are a few to begin:

  • Helping to contribute to the community of Connecticut
  • Learning new skills like leadership training, social media, event planning, and public speaking
  • Complimentary registration to AIGA CT events and discounted national conferences and events
  • Access to the local, regional and national design network
  • Shaping the current state and future of design
  • Giving back to the design profession
  • Paying it forward to emerging and future creative practitioners

Open Committee Positions

  • Membership Committee
  • Community Committee
  • Education Committee
  • Programming Committee
  • Design for Good Committee
  • Volunteer – Work closely with the programming director and coordinate all of our amazing volunteers for events.
Apply below or contact us at president@connecticut.aiga.org with any questions!Event