Instructors teach volunteers how to become a Coordinator.
A “Instructor” is an MFA member who:
- Performs guided, one-on-one training with members training to be Coordinators.
- Teaches how to interact with politicians.
- Teaches how to leverage communication tools to engage constituents.
- Teaches the basics of government and elections.
- Teaches how to interact with constituents.
- Teaches about the MFA mission, MFA organization.
- Teaches personal leadership.
- Collects feedback from students about the process.
- Answers questions.
- Engages in self-study to retain a mastery of government and civics.
- Keep the training pipeline updated with evolving conditions – updates training materials, makes recommendations to other divisions of MFA, takes leadership of Instructional operating procedures.
- Excellent time management.
- Requires no supervision.
- Can make phone calls, text messages, emails, etc. to keep in contact with assigned students.
- Computer literacy.
- High level mastery of government and civics.