Volunteers are the heart of the Motherhood of the Brotherhood as they serve on Committees & Executive Board, help plan events, coordinate and implement programs.
LEARN MORE ABOUT VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES ON COMMITTEES AND/OR EVENTS
The Motherhood of the Brotherhood depends on volunteers to ensure that all events, programs, and activities are run smoothly, safely and to the highest standards of professionalism. The Executive Board and Committee members are all volunteers and work tirelessly to ensure that our educational access and outreach program goals are met. If you are interested in helping the Motherhood of the Brotherhood as a volunteer, take a look at the many different opportunities listed in the link below to find something that is right for you.
The Development Committee is a standing committee designated MOTB's to develop and implement funding strategies for the Organization’s initiatives. This team focuses their efforts on driving the success of a Community Fundraising Campaign and Donor Recognition. Workload is heaviest the months approaching football season and including August, April, May and June.
Tailgate & Hospitality
Tailgate & Hospitality is a sub-committee designated by the Community Relations Committee to plan and execute tailgate events & spirit items for Navy Football home games and Army-Navy away game. This team starts work each July and meets regularly during football season. The timing of the work load depends on the tasks assigned. Workload is heaviest the months approaching football season, including August, September, October and November.
The following volunteer opportunities are available to Tailgate & Hospitality Committee Members but are not limited to them:
Tailgate Planning & Coordination
MOTB Spirit Items Coordination & Sales (game attire for moms & families)
Social Media Outreach
The Community Relations Committee is a standing committee designated to promote and represent the work of the Motherhood of the Brotherhood, Inc. Work includes but is not limited to representing MOTB at local/national events and social engagements, acting as a MOTB Advocate and telling our story. This team will spend 2021 and 2022 developing, implementing & evaluating their chart of work.
The Program Committee is a standing committee designated to develop and implement the awarding of local community Scholarships. Work includes but is not limited to establishing policy and planning as well as implementing the awards.
The following volunteer opportunities are available to Program Committee Members but are not limited to them. Acting as a Reviewer to Scholarships offers a great, short but meaningful involvement in our mission.
VOLUNTEER AT AN EVENT
For those looking to get up close and personally involved in MOTB, volunteering at one of our events is the way to go. There are a variety of different roles that volunteers play and MOTB is constantly on the look-out for willing volunteers to help administer events.
Those wishing to explore volunteer opportunities should contact us at
MOTHERHOOD OF THE BROTHERHOOD EVENTS & ACTIVITIES
Our events include:
In February, we provide Halloween treats to the Navy Football team.
In April, we host an Easter luncheon or dinner for USNA Midshipmen Black Studies Club
(MBSC) and the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE).
In June, a Meet and Greet at I-Day with a special welcome for all incoming freshman (plebe)
USNA football parents.
In October, we provide Halloween treats to Navy Football players.
In November, we host a Thanksgiving dinner for the following USNA student clubs
(Midshipmen Black Studies Club and the National Society of Black Engineers).
We host tailgates during all Navy Football home games and Army-Navy away game.
We provide meals and snacks to Navy Football players through-out the year as part of our hospitality outreach and support.
During the 2021/2022 academic year, we launched the Sister Circle Mentoring Program for Naval Academy female midshipmen. The goal of the Sister Circle Mentoring Program is to empower and inspire female USNA students to lead in their lives, their workplaces, their homes and their communities. This Mentoring Program will explore topics of financial planning, health, wellness, home economics, career development as well as provide information on key issues impacting career women. Participants will be expected in one-on-one mentoring, group mentoring, community service and enrichment activities.
In the summer of 2022 and every summer thereafter, we plan to host a Walk/Run to raise funds for selected charities and causes.
We welcome your participation in all of our events and activities. Please see the MOTB Calendar of Events >>.
INTERESTED IN SERVING ON A COMMITTEE?
Want to serve on a Motherhood of the Brotherhood Open Committee?
We build our committees each summer in such a way that each volunteer team can launch into their charts-of-work immediately as the USNA academic year starts. Members should expect to serve for July (some committees start later) through June. If you have questions after reading the details below, contact an Executive Board Member. Please note that Committees will be capped at 9-12 people.
Made your decision? Ready to sign up for a committee?