Distinguish, differentiate, compare and explain what is the difference between a Chairperson and a Coordinator. Comparison and Differences.

Difference between a Chairperson and a Coordinator

What’s the difference between a Chairperson and a Coordinator?

A Chairperson oversees a district event such as a Spelling Bee. A Coordinator manages event participation from his or her school.

What does a Chairperson do? The Chairperson serves as the host and sets the time and schedule for an event, communicates event changes and details to school Coordinators, leads a specific event, and interacts with the regional Student Activities office. ACSI provides an event handbook with instructions for the Chairperson.

What does a Coordinator do? The Coordinator registers a school for an event, sends event forms to the chairperson and the regional Student Activities office, and recruits students and adult helpers to attend an event. ACSI provides an event handbook with instructions for the Coordinator.

   
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