The SPOTT is a development based non profit organization  . Our goal is to act as a resource, to train and mentor young people, to utilize the diaspora, in our goal to contribute to the development of our country. If you share our vision, we are looking for you! Check out a list of volunteer opportunities and ways to get involved!


  • Board of Director Opportunities

  • Executive Team

    • Treasurer

    • Public Relations Officer 

  • Committee Opportunities

    • Mentorship Committee

    • Communication and PR Committee

    • General Support Committee  



  • SPOTT’s Board of Directors comprises of Trinidad and Tobago nationals or persons of Trinidad and Tobago heritage who will serve for a minimum of 2 years unless otherwise ejected or re-elected under the organization’s governing bylaws

  • To be a Board member, one must agree to support the mission to serve as a vehicle to connect Trinidad and Tobago students and professionals at home and abroad with like-minded organizations concerned in fostering personal, professional, and national development in Trinidad and Tobago.  Individuals must commit to overseeing the fiscal, operational and developmental management of the organization by fulfilling the general responsibilities that come with membership and specific roles on the Board.

  • If interested please send us an email at






The General Support Committee serves as a voluntary support hub for program and organizational activities throughout the calendar year. This committee will consist of 6-10 individuals who are committed to assisting members of the Executive Board in various capacities.  

  • Support the efforts of the organization as described by the committee chair and carry out individual assignments made by the chair.

  • Work as part of the committee and volunteer team to ensure that the committee's work and recommendations are in keeping with the SPOTT’s mission and goals

If interested please send us an email at



The SPOTT Mentorship Committee  volunteer will assist with the activities and programmatic aspects of the  SPOTT Mentorship Program. SPOTT Mentorship program  runs for nine months each calendar year from January to September. This committee will comprise of 10-15 persons who will act to support the mentorship programme and its events throughout the year. The general responsibilities of the mentorship programme are: 

  • Monitor all mentorship pairs/groups to make sure that they are still actively participating in the programme

  • Make check in calls to mentorship programme participants and record feedback from participants, using a standard script provided by the SPOTT Executive. 

  • Administer the Mentorship Check in Surveys and record which applicants have submitted responses in relation to those that are outstanding. 

  • Plan , coordinate and execute events on the mentorship calendar from January to September.

  • Identify and plan content related to mentorship that can possibly be introduced as new programme content.

  • Strategize about ways in which the theme of mentorship can be advocated for and introduced on a wider platform. 

If interested please send us an email at 



The SPOTT Public Relations Committee will assist with social media support, website upkeep, newsletter development and event planning. The committee will consist of 7 members; 2 covering social media support, 1 managing our website, 1 newsletter manager, 2 event planning coordinators, and 1 team lead. The responsibilities of each role are as follows:

  • Social Media Support

    • Discover related content and post at least twice per week on all media platforms - FB, Twitter, IG

    • Report event outreach analytics

    • Post upcoming events and alerts

    • Gain followers

  • Website Manager

    • Post Upcoming events and calendar

    • Post Original Newsletter Article

    • Update all tabs

  • Newsletter Manager

    • Research content for Monthly newsletter

    • Reach out to writers for original piece/content

    • Send newsletter to all subscribers

    • Track click through analytics


If interested please send us an email at





We partner with organizations across various sectors , in an effort to  amplify the importance of mentorship, elevate our communities and harness our collective power. a global movement of doing good. The Student and Professional Organization is a 501c organization based in Trinidad and Tobago and chapters in the United States. If you would like to partner with us, please fill out the form below and a member of our team will follow up with you.

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