Board Member – Governance
Prospera Institute

550 Cabot St, Beverly, MA 01915

Board Member – Governance

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Our board BCLC has a governing board of 12 -15. We meet as a board 4 times yearly for regular meetings -- Additionally 1 time for Strategic Planning reviews and updates, and 1 time for annual meeting. Each board member is asked to join at least 1 committee.

Right now Board Meetings and Committee Meetings happen virtually on ZOOM.
BCLC owns its own building and is planning an exciting expansion project within 24 months.
Position The Beverly Children's Learning is in need of a board member to codify and organize our Board Policies. The right person will be able to assist in creating policies we may be lacking and establishing an onboarding and orientation process that is clear and transparent for new members.
Desired skills
Board*, Legal
When 7:30 AM on the second Tuesday of the month. January, March, June and September.
Where Via ZOOM Call now. Before pandemic 550 Cabot Street Beverly MA
Commitment 1 to 3 hours/month
Donation Organization strives for 100% board giving, but have no strict guidelines around financial contributions.
Requirements We ask all Board Members to include BCLC as on of their top 3 philanthropic gifts of each year.
We require that Board members attend and participate in the 6 meetings yearly and join a committee and attend those meetings as well.
We ask that all Board Members act as Community Ambassadors for the Center, and assist with yearly campaign efforts to raise funds.
On-boarding All Board Members must submit a resume and statement of interest to the Board Chair and the Executive Director.
The Board then votes for the new member.
Invitation to Board website will be sent so new board members can catch up on minutes to recent meetings.
Additional Info Full Board meetings are Quarterly.

Most Committees meet monthly.

Added meetings are in October for Strategic Planning and January for Annual Meeting.

Our mission

Our mission is catalyzed through research, education and social
action; engaging Latino, Black and Indigenous communities in efforts that
advance racial health equity.

Arts & Culture, Education, Health, Social Justice & Equality