Project Board Member
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For more than twenty years, AVP Colorado has helped inmates in Colorado's jails and prisons. Through our Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) workshops, we give inmates a chance to break the cycle of violence and unlock the strength each of us has to transform ourselves, and thus transform our families and community. As a member of the Board of Directors, you can help AVP Colorado develop strategies to support and grow this high impact program.
We are seeking individuals who are integrated in the community, with the skills and willingness to perform outreach and engage donors and volunteers. Past board experience, especially in treasury/finance, is preferred.
Over the course of a two-year term, you can expect the following responsibilities: Attend monthly board and committee meetings; ensure effective organizational planning; ensure adequate resources and proper financial oversight; enhance the organization's public standing; determine, monitor, and strengthen the organization's programs; plan execute, and attend events- including fundraisers, workshops, and public education; identify, cultivate, and recruit board members as needed.
Interested parties should submit a resume and letter of intent.
About AVP Colorado
c/o Colorado Nonprofit Development Center, 789 Sherman St., Suite 250, Denver, CO 80203, US
AVP Colorado is dedicated to empowering people within the criminal justice system in Colorado to make positive life changes for the betterment of themselves, their families, and the community at large.
For more than thirty years, AVP Colorado, formerly the New Foundations Nonviolence Center, has helped people in Colorado prisons and communities transform their lives. Through Alternatives to Violence workshops, we give people the tools they can use to learn new ways to communicate and resolve conflict without resorting to manipulation, coercion, or violence.
We'll work with your schedule.
c/o CNDC789 Sherman St., Suite 250Denver, CO 80203
- Strategic Planning
- Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
- Community Outreach
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Monthly board meetings, committee meetings, special events