Trusted Seed Workstreams
Led by Max Semenchuck
Led by Ivy
🌳 Talent and Tools
Led by Yineisy Mota
The Rewards workstream is responsible for designing and implementing programs and initiatives to recognize and reward volunteers, angels and community members for their contributions. This can include things like creating recognition programs. The Rewards workstream also plays a role in ensuring that the organization's rewards programs are aligned with its overall goals and objectives.
The Networking workstream is responsible for building and maintaining relationships with potential volunteers, angels and members. This can be done through a variety of methods, such as attending events or networking online. The Networking workstream also plays a role in identifying and promoting opportunities for Trusted Seed and its community.
The Talent and Tools workstream is responsible for developing and implementing programs and initiatives to attract, develop, and retain top talent. This can include things like developing angels, volunteer or member acquisition strategies, enhancing or developing programs to attract new members or volunteers, and providing some career coaching. The Talent and Tools workstream also plays a role in sourcing and evaluating new tools and technologies that can help the organization achieve its goals.
- Create your volunteer profile by filling out this form.
- Visit the Opportunities Board to find exciting opportunities to join as a Trusted Seed Volunteer.
- Get familiar with our standards and Trusted Seed’s mission and current projects.
- Our typical response times are between 1-2 workdays.
- You’ll be contacted vie email by the Workstream leader to have an interview. We will expect you to have done some research on Trusted Seed ahead of your interview.
- Once accepted as a volunteer you can initiate your tasks.
- Get awarded by completing your contribution!
- Using language that is inviting and inclusive
- Respecting different points of view and experiences
- Accepting constructive criticism with grace
- Putting the needs of the community first
- Empathy for other members of the community
Undesirable behavior includes the following examples:
- Trolling, derogatory/insulting remarks, and personal or political attacks
- Harassment in public or in private
- Without explicit permission, publishing others' private information, such as a physical or electronic address
- Other behavior that could be considered unacceptable in a professional situation