Helping boards work better
Our nonprofit organizations can only be as strong as their volunteer boards. Marlboro College is committed to the growth and development of nonprofit boards and their members. We are proud to partner with Youth Services, United Way of Windham County, and Latchis Arts to pilot an innovative board development program called Get on Board Windham County.
About the Program
Get on Board has a dual mission: providing skills development and networking opportunities for young professionals while supporting local nonprofits.
Helping the Community
Every nonprofit must, legally, have a board of trustees. Boards help define the vision and direction of nonprofits, as well as providing financial oversight to ensure organizations remains strong. Windham County has a lot of nonprofits and many boards are looking for new members. By providing young professionals with the skills they need to be quality board members, while simultaneously providing training to existing boards, Get On Board will help boards and their nonprofits remain strong now and well into the future.
- August 26, 12-1 pm at the Graduate Center
- September 5, 5-6 pm at the Latchis Theater
Questions? Contact Kate Jellema: firstname.lastname@example.org, (802) 451-7510