Associate Board of Directors
EPI’s Associate Board of Directors is a group of emerging leaders who dedicate their time, talents, and resources to raise awareness and support for EPI’s work and mission. The Associate Board’s purpose is to organize development activities, provide volunteer support, and inspire a new generation of supporters.
INTERESTED IN JOINING OUR ASSOCIATE BOARD?
Joining the EPI Associate Board of Directors offers you the chance to work with a dynamic, forward-thinking health and human services agency.
Becoming a member of a non-for-profit associate board is a proven training ground for the next generation of leaders. You will be able to build meaningful new relationships and expand your network, which will benefit both your personal growth and professional progress. You will also be able to build your resume by applying your talents to projects that match your interests and skills. And, you will have the opportunity to socialize at fun events and informal gatherings with other young and driven professionals in your community!
MANY WAYS TO BE ENGAGED AND HELP!
Read on for ways you can join the board and make an impact on the work being done at EPI.
This one is straight forward. Help EPI raise money by supporting the annual fund solicitations, special events and other fundraising opportunities.
USE YOUR SKILLS
Are you a social media specialist? Do you love planning parties? Are you a financial expert? Are you a budding photographer? Can you weave words into meaningful stories? EPI has room for young professionals with these talents and many more! Not everyone has that kind of disposable income, but everyone has a unique set of skills that can help EPI support the people we serve. If you’ve got the time and the talent, we’ll put you to work on a project that aligns with those interests.
Do you love to socialize? Do you have a large network of family, friends, and professional acquaintances? Help EPI grow our support base by helping to make meaningful connections with people in town who could advance EPI on its mission. Talk about EPI. Ask people to take meetings or attend an event.
If you are interested in joining or learning more about EPI’s Associate Board, please contact Jill Johnson at email@example.com.