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NJALL Board of Trustees Candidates
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NJALL is considering new applicants for its Board of Trustees. If interested in being consider and would like to received additional information, please email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
The NJALL Board of Trustees meets generally the third Friday of each month from 9am to 12pm at our meeting location in New Brunswick, NJ.
Benefits and Responsibilities of NJALL Board of Trustees Membership
The New Jersey Association for Lifelong Learning (NJALL) is an organization dedicated to ensuring that New Jersey’s adult learning system is responsive to the needs of all learners. As such, NJALL is a strong voice for the system in advocacy, the development of professional staff, and the empowerment of adult learners.
The Board of Trustees of NJALL is responsible for steering the direction of these efforts. It consists of a diverse group of participants that is inclusive of committed practitioners from a broad spectrum of adult learning comprised of academia, workforce development and multi-faceted community and literacy organizations.
There are benefits to serving on the Board and associated responsibilities. A few of these are highlighted below:
Benefit: Be on the cutting edge of what’s happening in your professional field and have a voice in the professional issues you find most important.
- Commit to the success of NJALL through support of the mission, vision, structure and operational objectives of the association.
- Fully participate in the governance of the organization.
- Contribute and participate in NJALL’s fundraising activities and events, including by making an annual donation to NJALL.
Benefit: Have direct input and early access to excellent training opportunities and learn about resources that are available to adult educators to improve their practice.
- Willingly volunteer for or accept appointment to committee/workgroup assignments.
- Commit to regular attendance, with adequate preparation, for participation at Board and committee/workgroup meetings.
- Commit to meet expected deadlines and when unable, seek assistance from the Board.
Benefit: Enjoy the input and camaraderie of other adult educators as you work side by side to resolve mutual concerns, and put your energy into work groups that represent your essential professional interests.
- Commit to supporting the Board through effective teamwork and consensus building.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About NCC-Adult Learning Center
563 Orange Street, Newark, NJ 07107, US
To help residents of inner cities improve the quality of their lives to reflect individual God-given dignity and personal achievement.
NCC-Adult Learning Center is currently recruiting volunteers to teach English as a Second Language. Help an adult immigrant (mainly native Spanish speakers) to learn how to speak and read English, navigate various systems/institutions of community life, and/or become a US citizen. We have students from all walks of life and nationalities, and at a wide range of educational/ability levels. Teaching experience and speaking Spanish are valued but not necessary. Volunteers are placed in pairs or small groups. Our hours are 9 AM to 8 PM Mondays through Thursdays, Fridays 9 AM to 5 PM, and Saturdays 9 AM to 12 PM. NCC-Adult Learning Center is under a 501(c) (3) non-profit. All donations are tax-exempt.
268 Baldwin StreetNew Brunswick, NJ 08901
December 15, 2021
- Literacy / Reading
- Special Needs
- Adult Education
- Teaching / Instruction
- General Education
- Community Outreach
- 2 years