Volunteer as a Board Member
ASSOCIATES FOR RENEWAL IN EDUCATION
For nearly five decades, ARE has been working to develop effective cradle-to-career programming to all families in Washington, DC, especially those most in need of support. Our mission is to empower children, youth, and families in the District of Columbia to achieve success in life through comprehensive cradle-to-career educational and social services that address their academic and employment needs.
Roles & Responsibilities
Members of ARE’s Board of Directors contribute "wisdom, wealth & work" to help the organization achieve its vision and mission. Responsibilities of every Board member include:
* Attend 6 Board meetings annually; approximately every other month (3rd Thursday).
* Serve on one Oversight Committee or special assignment.
* Connect ARE to prospective donors, volunteers, and partners through personal and professional networks.
* Make a "give or get" contribution of at least $1,000 annually.
* Contribute your time and talents to activities that promote the work of ARE.
Prospective Board candidates should reflect the following recruitment needs:
* Real Estate
* Public Relations
* Media & Communications
Get in Touch
If you wish to be considered for Board leadership or get involved as a volunteer,
To Learn More or To Apply
Complete the board member interest application: http://bit.ly/2L3w81q. Also, visit www.AREinc.org or contact the Nominating Chair at email@example.com to learn more.
Associates for Renewal in Education (ARE)
Location: 45 P Street NW, Washington, DC 20001 (Slater-Langston Building Complex)
ARE Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3)
About ASSOCIATES FOR RENEWAL IN EDUCATION
45 P ST NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20001, US
To promote the well-being of children, youth, and families of the District of Columbia, and to help them achieve success in education, employment, family, community, and civic roles.
ARE provides a continuum of care for youth and families from early childhood education programs, services for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), residential programs for adjudicated youth, and parenting workshops and training. We also function as a conduit to other agencies that extend the core services provided by ARE, while also operating as an integral agency in several consortiums that serve the children and youth of the District of Columbia. ARE believes first and foremost, that all youth deserve a safe haven, and our purpose is to be a partner in making the District of Columbia a better place to live and do business; a place where children, youth, and families come first.