First Vice President


  1. The position of a Vice President is not to be taken lightly.
  2. Vice Presidents are usually appointed to chair one or more important committees.
  3. A Vice President should endeavor to learn as much as possible about the various branch committees.
  4. A Vice President should know the ritual, assist with initiations and endeavor to become familiar with bylaws, and the different manuals that are available for reference.
  5. Vice Presidents should assist whenever possible on committees, and show leadership to committees that they chair.
  6. Vice Presidents should nurture committee members, and the membership to become more actively involved with the running of the branch.

 First Vice President

  • Learn all aspects possible about running of the Branch
  • Be available to run the Branch in the absence of the President
  • Learn the job responsibilities of each Executive Member and Chairperson
  • Be a Chairperson for positions best suited to your skills
  • Be a Committee Member in areas where your skills need to be improved
  • Mentor and encourage others to best support our Veterans
  • Attend monthly Zone conventions to learn how other Branches function, best and worst practices
  • Attend District Conferences, attend at least one a year
  • Attend Provincial or Dominion Conferences
  • Report to EMM & MM on conferences
  • Prepare and send monthly reports to be included in Newsletter

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