The Summit Youth Centre Hub

Children & Youth - Invermere, BC
Member For 3 years
Alt Phone250-6880553
Website Visit Website
Address201 7th ave, Invermere, BC

Board Member

The Summit Youth Centre Hub
Children & Youth

The board of Directors is comprised of individuals within the community interested in youth issues who voluntarily commit their time to ensure the successful operation of the activities of the WVYCS and operation of the Summit Youth Centre. They need to understand the roles they have accepted in order to act in a responsible and professional manner.

  • Background Check Required
  • Invermere BC BC BC BC
  • Starting Immediately
  • 3-6hrs / month
  • 4 Spots Available of 6
  • Suitable For: Adults (18+)

This Position has an accompanying Application Form:

Volunteer request for Criminal Record Check 2018 - Copy.pdf (124.45 KB)

Dates and Times

1 year term.

Required Qualifications

Governance and good social skills an asset.

Position Responsibilities

1. Be a member in good standing with the Society. 2. Hold one vote per motion at each board meeting. 3. Understand and accept responsibilities of Board membership. 4. Know and understand the mission and vision of the Society. 5. Speaks positively of the Society and assist in developing and maintaining positive relations among the board, committees and collaborating organizations to enhance the Societys mission. 6. Commits to the work of the Society. 7. Attends and actively participates in meetings of the Board by being prepared and arriving on time. 8. Shares in responsibilities of committees and fundraising activities. 9. Contributes expertise. 10. Prepares and presents required reports at board meetings as required from committee work. 11. Advocates for the Society and its purpose to youth and members of the community. 12. Can participate from time to time in committees which hire, supervise, and support staff members in consultation with the Program Coordinator. 13. Advises the Board of Directors when they may be in a position of conflict of interest. 14. Orients new Board members. 15. Reviews the boards conduct and monitor its performance to ensure compliance with bylaws and policies and other fiduciary duties.

Volunteer Benefits

By being on a board, an individual will expand their network and also pickup new skills, ideas, and opportunities for their full-time work.