Coordinators Needed for:
Who is the managing coordinator?
- If you are a provincial or territorial GenWeb coordinator, your managing coordinator would be the CanadaGenWeb coordinator
- If you are a regional GenWeb coordinator or volunteer, your managing coordinator would be the Province or Territory GenWeb coordinator
- If you are a special projects volunteer, your managing coordinator would be the coordinator of that specific special project
Who do I contact if my e-mail address has changed?
Your managing coordinator (see previous question).
I'm going to be away and unable to respond to e-mail, will this get me removed as a volunteer?
If you know you're going to be away, contact your managing coordinator and let them know before you leave. This lets the coordinator know you're still active and not to expect a response until you return.
How quickly will a managing coordinator assume a volunteer has abandoned their position?
Managing coordinators must send a minimum of three requests for contact over a 90 day period before assuming a position has been abandoned. If all three requests go unanswered and the volunteer doesn't get in touch during that 90 day period, the position will then be considered abandoned.
I no longer wish to volunteer, how do I resign?
Please do not abandon your position! If you no longer wish to volunteer, or find that you no longer have the time needed to do the job properly, contact your managing coordinator and resign. Do NOT hand the website over to anyone else without first discussing it with your managing coordinator, and please do NOT delete the website. GenWebs are meant to be passed on.
Provincial & Territorial GenWebs
British Columbia GenWeb
New Brunswick GenWeb
Newfoundland & Labrador GenWeb
Nova Scotia GenWeb
Northwest Territories & Nunavut GenWeb
Prince Edward Island GenWeb
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