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Club Leadership

Bruce Trail Club Board Positions

Bruce Trail Club President 
Responsible for the general overseeing of Club operations, and for the direction, development and promotion of the overall objectives and goals of the Club

Bruce Trail Club Vice President
Act in place of the Club President when the President is unavailable and to be the President Elect

Bruce Trail Club Secretary
Record proceedings of all Club Board and Club Executive meetings

Bruce Trail Club Treasurer
Responsible for the custody of the funds of the Club and all financial matters affecting the Club

Bruce Trail Club Director - Member at Large
Participate in the Club Board's deliberations and decisions in matters of policy, finance and advocacy

Bruce Trail Club Archivist
Keep safe all of the important records of the club

BTC Board Director from the Club 
Responsible for communications between the Bruce Trail Conservancy Board and the local Club

Bruce Trail Club Fundraising Director
Help to promote and collect funds through events or other initiatives to support the Bruce Trail Conservancy at the Club level

Bruce Trail Club Hike Director
Provide direction to all Club Hike Leaders and compile a list of all upcoming hikes for the Club Newsletter

Bruce Trail Club Land Steward Director 
Implement and promote the Land Stewardship Program at the Club level.

Bruce Trail Club Landowner Relations Director 
Maintain a healthy working relationship with landowners and resolve issues as they arise

Bruce Trail Club Membership Director
Retain and increase The Bruce Trail Conservancy membership at the Club level

Bruce Trail Club Newsletter Editor
Be the main administrative contact in producing the Club newsletter

Bruce Trail Club Public Relations & Publicity Director 
Publicize the Club's activities, aims and objectives

Bruce Trail Club Trail Director
Responsible for the planning, maintenance and overallquality of the Trail in the Club's section, and for the overall organization and operation of the Trail work

Bruce Trail Club Volunteer Coordinator
Coordinate the use of volunteers throughout the Club, and to facilitate the recruiting, training and recognition of all volunteers in the Club

Volunteer Management Resources for Clubs

 2017 Volunteer Survey Results  edited for website version

 Succession Planning Toolkit 2014 

Corporate Volunteers Toolkit 

Corporate Volunteer Fact Sheet 

Dealing with Difficult Volunteers Resource

BTC Google Drive

To access the BTC Google Drive, please contact Jackie Randle at jrandle@brucetrail.org for log in instructions. 

AODA Training Resources and Policy

The Bruce Trail Conservancy (BTC) is committed to treating all people in a way that allows them to maintain their dignity and independence. The BTC believes in integration and equal opportunity. It is committed to meeting the needs of people with disabilities in a timely manner, and will do so by meeting accessibility requirements and preventing and removing barriers to accessibility, as required by the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).

Click here for the Accessible Ontario Disability Act training information webpage.