Looking to take your leadership to the next level?

Looking to take your leadership to the next level?

If you are committed to nonprofits, ready for a new challenge, and want to help lead the YNPN movement, we encourage you to apply here by September 27 for a two-year term (Jan. 1, 2011 - Dec. 31, 2012) with the YNPN National Board.

We are a working board, helping to steer the course of YNPN's growth, national presence, committees, programs, and activities. We are looking particularly for people with skills and experience in:

  • strategy and organization development
  • familiarity with organizations comprised of geographically diverse chapters
  • advocacy and/or marketing and public relations
  • financial oversight
  • fundraising (foundations, individuals, sponsorships)
  • technology

Most importantly, we are seeking people who are passionate about the YNPN movement, are committed and follow through on their word, and are excellent project and volunteer managers. We also want to continue to diversify the board, not only in terms of race, gender etc., but also in terms of professions, geography, and involvement with YNPN chapters.

Below is a link to the board application, which will give you more information about the opportunities and responsibilities that come with National Board membership and the complete process to apply. This is an exciting time for the organization and board members will benefit from incredible professional and personal development opportunities. We hope you will consider joining us!

Link to the application:

If you have questions about the application process or about National Board service, please direct them to applications@ynpn.org.
Also, if you know of individuals who may be good candidates for the national board, please pass this information along to them.
The deadline to apply here is September 27, 2010. Selected candidates will interview with current board members in early October. Terms begin Jan. 1, 2011.

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