Board of Director position at CTA - Using Technology for Social Good

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Community Technology Alliance

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Community Technology Alliance (CTA) was founded in 1991 to design and construct the technical infrastructure necessary to support the work to end homelessness in Santa Clara County. CTA has since evolved into a nonprofit focusing on deploying technology for a common social good ... empowering communities to end poverty and homelessness.

CTA is seeking an attorney or legal professional with experience in or a passion for nonprofits to volunteer her/his time as a board member. Responsibilities include:
-Attend and actively participate in board and committee meetings.
-Provide a valuable legal perspective as the board oversees CTA's mission and sustainability.
-CTA is not expecting you to provide pro bono legal services. If the need for legal counsel should arise, the board may ask for your advice and assistance in securing/communicating with outside legal counsel.

A primary responsibility of a Board member is to participate in the development of policy and major decision-making at meetings held six times a year. Another key responsibility is to be active on an ongoing basis in a Board committee. Board members spend an average of 3-5 hours per month participating in Board events.

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Community Computers & Technology Homeless & Housing


We'll work with your schedule.


1080 Minnesota AvenueSuite 1San Jose, CA 95125



  • Legal (General)
  • Intellectual Property
  • Employment Law
  • Contract Negotiations


  • People 55+


  • Board member meet 6 times a year. Board meetings typically last 2 hours. Members also serve on committees which may meet between Board meetings. Board members can expect to serve 3-5 hours per month.

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