Apply to join The New York City Peace Corps Association’s Board of Directors!
The New York City Peace Corps Association is excited to share details of our 2020 elections for the Board of Directors.
It’s a great opportunity to get more involved in the group’s activities and to be a leader for our community. Upon election, board members will join one of three open committees:
- Communications Committee – Responsible for overseeing all NYCPCA communications. This committee will assure, in cooperation with the Membership Committee, that all NYCPCA members and others in the NYCPCA community are fully informed of NYCPCA programs and events through all our communication channels. This also includes promoting and growing the audience for our storytelling podcast, Peace Corps Stories: The Unofficial Podcast.
- Programs Committee – Our largest committee, which handles the majority of our events and networking opportunities for our members, with three main areas of focus:
Community Service – to seek opportunities and encourage NYCPCA Members to participate in local service projects in keeping with the Purpose and Mission of NYCPCA.
Professional Development – to create professional development efforts and opportunities for NYCPCA and our membership.
Social and Events – to plan, coordinate, and implement social events for NYCPCA, which includes trivia nights, cocktail hours and other virtual events to bring our members closer to each other.
- Membership Committee – to help define and manage our member base, identify RPCVs in the NYC area, and develop fundraising campaigns with our membership.
Board members are expected to serve a one year term and be active in all
NYCPCA events. Elections occur at the end of each calendar year. We are looking for energetic RPCVs with fresh, fun ideas!
Board Election Schedule 2020:
November 1 – Board nominations open – Apply using this Google Form
November 30 – Nominations close at midnight Eastern time
December 1-15 – Candidate interviews
- Current board members will contact applicants for a short interview on their skills and interests in serving.
December 15 – Electronic voting opens
- To ensure candidates are screened against the specific needs of board membership, only currently serving board members may vote. We are committed to a diverse and inclusive board that represents the diversity of our community. Meet our current board members here.
December 31 – Electronic voting closes at midnight Eastern time
January – Winners will be contacted and election results announced
For any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org