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P.A.R.T.I. Program

  • 24 people are interested

The Positive Alternative Recreation Teambuilding is seeking Board Members for our Youth Development Organization. Board members are the fiduciaries who steer the organization towards a sustainable future by adopting sound, ethical, and legal governance and financial management policies, as well as by making sure the nonprofit has adequate resources to advance its mission. Each Board Member Should be available to raise, secure or contribute to the annual fundraising goal of the organization. The role of the board as a whole:

Organizational Planning - monitor the organization’s products, services, and programs. as well as periodically review the strategic plans and review whether goals are being met. Monitoring and Managing Financial Resources - Board members should monitor funds and spending categories, because they have a collective responsibility for fiscal expenditures to their shareholders. Assessing and Developing Skills - Board members should develop skills in the areas of organizational knowledge, fundraising, cultivating and recruiting board members and volunteers Serve on Committees - Board members should have a willingness to serve on committees or task forces. Recruiting New Board Members - Recruit potential new board members who would bring additional knowledge, talent, experiences, or perspective to the board and educate and inform prospective board members about the work of the board and suggest possible candidates to the board as openings arise. Spread the Word About the Organization - Board members should actively network with others, opening up new doors and opportunities with the business network or community. Time Commitment - Prior to accepting a position as a board member, a candidate should review the meeting schedules.

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About P.A.R.T.I. Program


2576 Gumdrop Dr., San Jose, CA 95148, US

Mission Statement

The mission of the P.A.R.T.I. Program is to promote education around healthy lifestyles and healthy decision making. We welcome your support of the mission of the PARTI Program. Through your efforts, many young people from the communities that are under served will experience the growth that comes from participating in programs that will challenge them and give them the skills to make positive choices in their lives. Thank you for investing in our most precious asset, today’s youth.


Who we are | PARTI Program is a 501c3 non-profit that promotes youth development and social emotional well-being. Every day we work to change the lives of youth who suffer from bullying, depression, violent lifestyles, unhealthy relationships, and unstable families. Since 2000, we have served over 18,000 youth, expanding our reach to serve youth in Santa Clara County, San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles, California. We have co-created stop the violence and anti-bullying campaigns with young people from middle school through college, in order for youth to feel safe, supported, and connected to opportunity.

Board Development
Children & Youth


We'll work with your schedule.


VirtualSan JoseSan Jose, CA 95148



  • Business Development & Sales Management
  • Professional Development
  • Market Research / Analysis
  • Fundraising
  • Community Outreach
  • Resource Development / Management




  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • The Board is responsible for having at least 4 meetings a year. Average time commitment is 5 hours a month.
  • Recruit other potential board members or potential organization partners and/or volunteers.

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