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Local Relations Team Lead

2-3 hours per week
Year Round
Youth, Youth+

The Local Relations Team Lead holds biweekly meetings with the team as well as communicates with the group of Key Communicators every other week through interactive polls, virtual meetings, and any other necessary means. They are responsible for oversight of the responses to all questions Key Communicators may have as well as organization of interactions with Key Communicators.


The Local Relations Team Lead represents the team at all pillar leadership meetings as well as monthly key leadership calls. They are to keep up with other teams within the NCC on tasks that they work together on, such as any planned trainings or roundtable discussions for Key Communicators. Through the tools of the NCC, they help to grow the Key Communicators program and develop individuals in the area of communication to help strengthen the communication within lodge

About the OA Volunteer Board

As a nonprofit organization that prioritizes youth leadership, the Order of the Arrow relies on a dedicated team of both youth and adult volunteers to ensure the successful operation of its programs. The national volunteer opportunities within this board are intended for individuals who have already given substantial time at the lodge, section, and region level, and still seek to volunteer further in the OA. For more information on the OA’s structure please see this page.

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Apply for Local Relations Team Lead

All fields are required unless otherwise noted. Volunteer eligibility will be verified via the national office before any Arrowman is able to volunteer at the national level.
This list of lodges was retrieved from OA LodgeMaster and updates once per day. Lodges are ordered based on their council number.
Your BSA ID will be used to verify your volunteer eligibility with the national office.
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