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role of a vp in a museum auxiliary


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Our group is an auxiliary of a musuem.  We are not a 501c3, we use the musuems tax number.  We are affiliated with the museum as a fundraising group. We are called an auxiliary and we have an executive commitee, with a pres, vp, tres, secretary, corr. sec, fundraising chair, membership chair.

 

  In this kind of group, is it assumed the vp is the president in training?  Are there any other jobs to do besides filling in for the pres?

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In any kind of group, it cannot be assumed that the vp is the president in training, even though in many cases the vp may be elected as the next president. What you may be thinking of is the title of president-elect, denoting a person who automatically becomes the president when the current president's term expires.

 

RONR considers that the primary duty of the vp is to serve in the president's stead if the president is absent. Any other administrative duties would be defined in your bylaws.

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