Ft. Worth Chapter Advisors
Chapter Advisor Role
Our Chapter Advisors are part of our strategy to reach young professional women with the gospel. Our attendees desire to connect with a spiritually mature, professional woman who is a few steps ahead of them in the workplace. They don't want programs, curriculum or a schedule full of one-on-one meetings; they want a personal connection with you.
We will pair you with one of our table leaders each semester and ask you to join her at the luncheon, join in the table discussion when appropriate, and make yourself available to any of the women at your table who reach out to you for prayer or other advice.
Chapter Advisor Responsibilities
Encourage and pray for your assigned table leader for the semester.
Encourage and pray for the attendees at your table.
Chapter advisor roles (1 year comMitment)
Chapter Advisor Director- Oversees all of the Chapter Advisors
Chapter Advisor Director in Training- Assist the Chapter Advisor Director
Recruitment Chair- Recruit new Chapter Advisors
Partnership Chair- Actively pursue partnership relationships for the chapter
Chapter Advisor at Large- Serve the women of the chapter
Chapter Advisor Requirements
Complete application and are accepted as a Chapter Advisor
Commit to serve as a Chapter Advisor for at least one calendar year
Attend 6 out of 10 luncheons in one calendar year
Attend both bi-annual leader trainings in January and July
Arrive 15 minutes early to each luncheon
Meet one-on-one with your table leader once per semester
Join the Polished Network for $100/year
Be an advocate for Polished by attending various Polished events during the year outside of the monthly luncheons.
Share your experience and the Polished mission with other potential supporters of Polished.
Encourage and invite young professional women to attend a Polished luncheon.
Becoming A Chapter Advisor
Join the Polished Network
Complete and submit the Chapter Advisor Application below.