Board Member at Large/Volunteer Coordinator
Boston International Turner Syndrome Summit
The Board Member at Large will serve on the BITSS Board of Directors, with all rights and responsibilities that accompany Board membership. The specific duties of the Board Member at Large include the following:
Attend no less than half of all meetings of the Board;
Review agendas in advance of meetings and provide input if unable to attend the meeting
Review minutes of all meetings and provide feedback where necessary
Actively engage on specific tasks or projects as determined from time to time in consultation with the Board.
Volunteer Coordinator specific duties:
Leverage varied resources to recruit volunteers (for specific Committee assignments as well as general volunteers)
Lead intake Interviews for volunteers
Work with board members to allocate volunteers to Committees and/or ad hoc tasks
Communicate regularly with volunteers, and any board members assigned volunteers
Monitor, manage and secure completion of tasks assigned to volunteers outside the context of a specific Committee.
Lead discussions of volunteer performance
About Boston International Turner Syndrome Summit
PO BOX 135, MANSFIELD, MA 02048, US
Bringing young women with Turner syndrome together for fun, enriching experiences that foster independence and community.
The Boston International Turner Syndrome Summit (BITSS) is a non-profit organization that was founded to create a fulfilling, safe, and fun summer experience for young women with Turner syndrome between the ages of 12 and 19. Our goal is to help our attendees forge new memories, friendships, and skills with other teens with TS from around the globe.
BITSS is committed to creating an environment that promotes independence and community. We are dedicated to making our summit an enriching place for our attendees, as well as taking measures to keep parents informed while their daughters are away.
BITSS hopes to start an international community to augment national and regional organizations. We provide an opportunity to meet other young women with TS from different backgrounds, countries, and continents.