Volunteers Needed to Coach Future Leaders
ICF Austin has teamed up with Mission Capital to provide 5 hours of pro-bono coaching to each participant of their Next Level Leadership Academy program. This is an amazing opportunity for ICF Austin coaches to give back to the future leaders of our community.
The Next Level Leadership Academy is three days of programming, over two months, for mid-career nonprofit professionals ready to grow their ability to lead social change and better understand their role.
What do you need?
We need 8-10 ICF Austin coaches to provide 5 hours of pro-bono coaching over a 2-3 month time period.
How does this work?
The Emerging Leadership Academy will begin classes on September 5th. During that week, you'll be virtually matched with your pro-bono client. You do not need to show up to the event on September 5th. Once you are matched to a client, it will be up to you and the client to schedule and manage the five pro bono hours.
Working with a pro-bono client is just like working with a traditional client. In addition, after you are matched to a client, ICF Austin does not get involved unless any issues arise. You and your client will establish the date and time for your coaching sessions.
What are the coaching requirements?
Volunteer coaches must ICF Global and the Austin ICF Chapter members in good standing and have coached or been in coach training for one year. Coaches must also commit to 5 hours of pro-bono coaching over a two-three month period, to be coordinated by the coach and client.
What are the next steps?
Once you register, you'll be contacted by Marcia Rhode, the Director of Community Outreach for ICF Austin with further details and next steps.
I have more questions, who can I contact?
Please email Marcia with your questions.