Touch the Future – Join the DI Colorado Team!
3 Types of positions available : Challenge Master, Regional Director, DI Ambassador.
Appraiser positions will be listed in January.
Position: Challenge Master
Challenge Masters are the experts in their subject area, helping teams and appraisers to understand the challenge. You will be a part of your regional tournament committee, and set up and run your tournament site.
Work Schedule: Attend one team manager training, one appraiser training, and then Challenge Master Boot camp in January. In January and February approximately 8 hours a month. March approximately 16 hours.
Where: At home, or at your regional tournament
- 5280 Region (Denver/Aurora/Northern Suburbs) CO-RCM in Rising Stars and Score Room
- Cherry Creek Region: CO-RCM in Fine Arts, Co-RCM in Improv, RCM Engineering, RCM Instant Challenge, RCM Scoreroom
- Jeffco Region: RCM Early Learning, RCM Scoreroom
- NoCo Canyon Region: CO-RCM Tech, CO-RCM Fine Arts, CO-RCM Engineering, RCM Scoreroom
- Spicy South Region: ALL positions available
- Southwest Region: RCM Technical, RCM Scientific, RCM Engineering, RCM Service Learning, RCM Early Learning
- South Metro Region: CO RCM Fine Arts
- Western Slope: RCM Technical, RCM Fine Arts, RCM Instant Challenge
Job Description: Challenge Master Job Description
Position: Regional Director Spicy South
We are looking for a volunteer to help lead the Spicy South Region. This is one of our largest most diverse regions. It is a great volunteer opportunity for individuals or friends to run the Spicy South tournament, work with local school districts and work with amazing volunteers.
Work Schedule: Schedule varies on monthly basis. August/September/October approximately 4 hours a week
January/February approximately 8 hours a week
March Approximately 10 hours a week, plus full tournament day
April/May approximately 4 hours a week, plus full state tournament day
Where: At home, in your region, at your tournament
Job Description: Regional Director Job Description
Position: DI Ambassador
Are you a DI cheerleader? When you are talking to your co-workers and neighbors do you talk about DI? Do you get excited sharing your DI experience with others!!! Then being an Area Recruitment Coordinator is for you!!
Ambassadors / Recruitment
Ambassadors help Regional Directors reach out to schools and organizations to help students and their families learn more about Destination Imagination. They work to build team counts by promoting and marketing the program locally. Ambassadors should be passionate about Destination Imagination and eager to share the program with potentially new teams.
Recruiting and Outreach
- Work actively to promote the program to all areas and communities within the Regional boundaries.
- Attend PTA/PTO meetings, Back to School nights, etc. when invited to present information.
- Recruit new schools to the program.
- Recruit teams
- Meet with our Destination Imagination district point of contact
- Recruit new schools and community groups into the program. Make use of existing databases of teams and school districts that have participated in the past, along with other resources.
- Work to encourage teams to register for the Regional Tournament.
- Attend Ambassador Training
- Attend/Present five or more Recruiting & Outreach events during August – December. These events may include:
- Back to school night
- Family/Parent Information night
- Event requested/hosted by a school or organization
- When questions are asked, support by directing people to where answers can be found (website, Regional Director, etc.)
Ambassadors receive support in various ways.
- Extensive resources are available including sample phone call scripts, email scripts, supporting documents, and presentations.
- Regional Directors are available to answer questions and provide training
- Training – 60-minute meeting online or in-person (depends on your needs)
- Attend five or more recruiting outreach events (typically outreach events are 30-60 minutes).