Call for Applications - Board of Directors
Techno Culture Club is currently seeking candidates to complete its Board of Directors. Members of the Board are volunteers who play an essential role in helping to define and promote the organization’s strategic priorities and core values, support the financial health of the organization and ensure that our work stays inline with our mission.
Qualities we are looking for:
- Interest in digital and social justice
- Experience working in the community sector and/or for social enterprise
- Finance and accounting skills
- Experience with nonprofit budgeting and/or grant writing
- Collaborative approach and good listening skills
- Bilingual in spoken French and English
What is TCC ?
Techno Culture Club is a nonprofit organization that promotes and supports digital literacy and digital justice in order to make technology and digital culture more accessible, equitable and participative.
To accomplish our mission, TCC designs and presents professional and public activities, trainings and events on various subjects, including:
- Techno-creative activities for beginners and advanced learners (visual and audio media creation, 3D modelling, etc.)
- Awareness of the issues of a digital world (digital privacy, fake news and misinformation online, cybersecurity, etc.)
- Digital literacy
What it means to be on the board:
- 2-hour monthly meeting
- Quarterly working meetings over a few hours on specific topics, such as internal policies and strategic planning
- One retreat with employees and Board members per year
How to apply?
We would love to hear from you! If you are interested in joining our Board, write to us at email@example.com introducing yourself and explaining what motivates you to be on the Techno Culture Club Board of Directors. Please attach a recent CV.
The deadline to apply is January 10, 2021.
Candidates will be contacted during the month of January, 2021.
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TCC believes in promoting equality and diversity in our team. We prioritise candidates from groups who are often under-represented or face systemic exclusion, including but not limited to Indigenous people (First Nations, Metis and Inuit), people of colour, members of the LGBTQ2SI+ community, people with disabilities, and new immigrants. We encourage people to self-identify in their application if they wish.