In Search of Motivated Board Members
Albuquerque Adult Learning Center, Inc., dba, ABQ-ALC
Albuquerque Adult Learning Center, Inc.seeks an enthusiastic, and dependable Board member with non-profit funding experience to help guide the strategic direction of the organization, ensure its legal and ethical integrity, enhance its public standing, provide financial oversight, and ensure mission critical initiatives are achieved. May or may not hold an office.
Primary positions looking to fill: secretary, board chair, member
Some of the responsibilities of this position are:
- Attend quarterly board meetings
- Volunteer for and willingly accept assignments as well as taking the initiative to seek out assignments and ways to promote the program.
- Serve on and/or lead board appointed committees.
- Bachelor’s degree
- Board member experience
- Funding experience with a track record of achieving funding goals through grants, foundation, and corporate support, bequestor programs, philanthropy, and individual donor events.
About Albuquerque Adult Learning Center, Inc., dba, ABQ-ALC
419 Pennsylvania SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108, US
Albuquerque-ALC is a nonprofit community-based organization providing adult educational services in under-served communities in Albuquerque. Our mission is to provide student-focused adult education and High School Equivalency (HSE) preparation in the underrepresented communities where our students live. We accomplish this by using individualized approaches to learning. Our vision is to foster an individual’s desire for education, opportunity, and independence. Our statement of integrity is to always remember that we serve a community of individuals and that our actions must always serve their needs.
Our Adult Basic Education (ABE) program services includes Literacy and pre-HSE services. Our literacy services are supported through one-on-one tutor support as available through our community volunteers and/or referral to our literacy partners. Pre-HSE services include classroom instruction and one-on-one support from our community volunteers.
Our High School Equivalency (HSE) Program includes HSE preparation and distance education for students at more advanced levels (9th grade level or above). As with our Pre-HSE classes, our HSE level students also receive classroom instruction with break-out sessions with a tutor to meet a student's individualized needs in the following areas: reading, language arts, math, science, and social studies,.
Additional services include post-secondary education and employment transitional services in conjunction with our community partnerships.