Community Network Coordinators
Community Network Coordinators (CNCs) are the representatives of Soldiers' Angels in their communities. They are the face of Soldiers' Angels, keeping the needs of our troops in view of their friends and neighbors. CNCs are volunteers, but they hold a special position of leadership in the organization.
Activities & Structure
CNCs cultivate donations and lead donation drives. For example, they coordinate with local stores to set up a table outside the store to collect things like materials for care packages. They also recruit and coordinate with local Angels, spread the word about Soldiers' Angels within their communities, and help draw their local communities and businesses into special SA events such as the Holiday care package drive or team projects such as Blankets of Hope. In short, CNCs represent Soldiers' Angels to everyone they meet.
Regional Captains and SA State Coordinators oversee and mentor CNCs. This structure also gives CNCs the opportunity for advancement within the organization.
More than anything else, a CNC must be a "people person." CNCs build positive relationships, inspire others to join in troop support activities, and make friends with just about everyone they meet. They must be self-starters and leaders, and have a creative approach to problem-solving.
CNCs must also be registered with Soldiers' Angels and active for at least six months before taking a CNC position.
How You Can Help
If you have the characteristics described above and are interested in becoming a Soldiers' Angels CNC for your area (or would like more information about CNCs), please click here for an application packet. If you know another Angel who might be interested and would make a good CNC, please let us know by emailing us.
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