FSAC, Inc has 4 types of volunteer programs
Long-term: This is a structured and supervised program that also involves regular attendance (digitally, but also at events) It will have managers or coordinators that recruit, train, supervise, and check volunteers’ work outcomes. This program has a strong emphasis on policies, procedures, and quality management of services being delivered.
Governance: These volunteers will assist with planning and decision-making involved in various aspects of an FSAC, Inc's operations. The volunteers can be part of a Feedback program, giving ideas whenever they can to being very active in helping. Those who have industry or cooperative experience may wish to make a more substantial by becoming a member of FSAC, Inc Advisory Board.
Local: These volunteers usually do work in their local communities in unstructured settings. Guest speaker at their local events explaining (with presentations prepared by FSAC, Inc) what sustainable agriculture, precision agriculture, smart machines, and 4.0 industrial revolutions. Also teaching arts and crafts with sustainable agriculture products.
Social: These volunteers help everyone associated with FSAC, Inc become acquainted and form business and personal friendships. Each project can have a structure. If the social event is a pot luck meeting, only email blasts may be needed. If the social event is traveling to another place (city, state, country), a coordinator or leader would be needed. If you are very passionate and motivated about the goals of FSAC, Inc and want to work towards achieving specific social change, this may be a good fit for you.
*Project-based: any and all of these volunteer positions can be based on a single project or type of skill. If you have specific skills and want to contribute to clearly defined goals to be delivered at defined schedules, mention it in your volunteer form. Project-based work can exist within a formal program or can be a standalone project. It can have leaders or coordinators but they are not expected to manage the volunteers but work with them.