Ask the Chairman - Key Volunteer

Q. What is a Key Volunteer in the Order of the Arrow national structure?

A. A Key Volunteer is an adult Arrowman who one of the Vice Chairman of the National Order of the Arrow Committee could not accomplish his goals without. They are members of the sub-committee that their Vice Chairman leads and come from all over the country to achieve the specific objectives of that work group in support the Order of the Arrow Strategic Plan…each of them is appointed in May at the National Meeting, after they have submitted their goals to the Vice Chairmen. Appointment is for a one year term, allowing them to wear the Order of the Arrow Sub-Committee pocket flap during that period from May to May. Key Volunteers form the basic group of support for the activities of the National Order of the Arrow program and recent appointments to the National Committee have come from their ranks.

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