Virtual Get On Board

The State Council of New Jersey Junior Leagues presents Virtual Get On Board June 12th, 2021. This immersive, half-day program from 9AM-12PM is designed to provide training in the essential elements for being an effective and meaningful non-profit board member. 

 

The program is open to all New Jersey Junior League members, non-League members currently serving on non-profit boards, and individuals who are interested in serving on future non-profit boards. Virtual GET ON BOARD invites leaders to explore their potential impact and hone in on relevant trends and topics in the ever-changing nonprofit world.

 

Register at: https://getonboard.regfox.com/get-on-board

 

TICKETS: 

  • Member of a NEW JERSEY Junior League - $10.00 
  • Member of a Junior League OUTSIDE of New Jersey - $25.00
  • Non-Junior League Members - $40.00

 

SPEAKERS:

  • Keynote Address - Amanda Parrish Block
  • Advocating in New Jersey: State Public Affairs Committee (SPAC) - Dell Wallace

 

WORKSHOPS AVAILABLE: 

  • Coming Out of the Fog: Lessons Learned about Philanthropy and Fundraising Since March 2020 - Vicki Bixel
  • Disrupting White Womanhood: Owning Our Responsibility in Confronting Racial Equity - Dr. Tanya Prewitt-White
  • Marge’s Magical Methods to Transform and Energize Your Team - Marge Smith
  • The Four Tendencies: Who are You - and How to Hack your Brain for your Best Productivity and Flow - Colleen Markley
  • Dial Down the Distraction & Turn Up the Listening - Nurit Pegrish
  • Parliamentary Procedure Can Make a Difference! - Schuyler Ryon
  • Unpacking Internalized Racial Oppression - Dr. Nicole Auffant
  • Your Organization's Finances Are Talking. Are You Listening? - Buffony Hunter

 

MINI SESSION: 

  • AJLI Opportunities and the Application Process - Catherine Higgins

 

ABOUT GET ON BOARD:

Launched in 2016, GET ON BOARD provides individuals and organizations with essential skills and knowledge to enable them to be effective and impactful community change agents. The GET ON BOARD curriculum is based on a set of core competencies and skills and structured within various tracts of focus to help individuals determine the areas they most wish to develop. Created and pioneered by the State Council of the Junior Leagues of New Jersey, the curriculum was developed to create a pipeline of well-trained current and prospective board members, both inside and outside of the Junior League community. 

 

ABOUT THE JUNIOR LEAGUES OF NEW JERSEY:

New Jersey Junior Leagues are organizations of women committed to voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving our communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. The Junior League welcomes all women who value our Mission. We are committed to inclusive environments of diverse individuals, organizations and communities.

 

The Junior Leagues of New Jersey have a rich history, with many of our organizations having served our local communities for more than 90 years.  Members of the Association of Junior Leagues International, Inc., the Junior Leagues of New Jersey embody and exemplify the principles of our mission: to promote voluntarism; to develop the potential of women; and improve our communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.

Contact Information
  1. Get On Board
  2. getonboardnj@gmail.com
Sat, June 12
9:00 am — 12:00 pm
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The State Council of New Jersey Junior Leagues presents Virtual Get On Board June 12th, 2021. This immersive, half-day program from 9AM-12PM is designed to provide training in the essential elements for being an effective and meaningful non-profit board member.

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