As we celebrate our growth, we also recognize that we have an opportunity to enhance our organization and extend the capacity of the Board and staff with an Advisory Council. Adding new members will add diversity, help us capitalize on our momentum, and make our organization even stronger. We are seeking individuals who can bring unique expertise in fundraising, human resources, law, strategic planning, and the arts to further the mission and reach of San Diego Civic Youth Ballet.
Advisory Council members:
Review/monitor/assess a specific program, serve as an advocate for the organization, as requested, to the community it serves, serve as a liaison with relevant constituencies, provide feedback to the organization from the community, provide technical expertise, offer an independent/unbiased sounding board, and assist staff in determining important activities.
Membership on a Committee (Personnel, Fundraising/Development, Diversity & Inclusion, others as needed) is required to become part of the Advisory Council.
Consult with Board Committee members, staff, or the Board as appropriate.
Committee meetings take place 1-2 times a month, virtually currently.
Attendance at the Annual meeting is requested (September).
Comply with the confidentiality policy set forth and shall sign a confidentiality agreement upon joining the Advisory Council.
Advisory Council/Committee service is the first step toward Board Membership, if there is interest to do so.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About San Diego Civic Youth Ballet
1650 El Prado, Ste 209, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA 92101, US
To provide the youth of San Diego the opportunity to study, understand and appreciate, through education and participation, the art of ballet, and to enrich the cultural life of the community.
SDCYB offers affordable and quality program for everyone. Classes are offered for students from four-year-old tiny tots, to pre-professional technique classes for upper level students including pointe, variations and modern. We offer quality instruction by an experienced staff.
Young artists perform in at least two major productions each year in the Casa del Prado Theater. Students experience the thrill of performing before an audience while learning the practical aspects of the theater.