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Prismatic Associate Board Member

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At Prismatic, we know emotional intelligence drives professional success 2x more than strong technical skills and IQ combined. Our education programs are transforming the career development space, teaching young people the fundamentals of emotional intelligence to cultivate a new generation of responsive, ethical, truly impactful leaders.

Prismatic associate board members serve as ambassadors in the movement to help raise awareness and scale the impact across low-income communities nationally, ensuring high potential teens find inspiration, resilience, and empowerment in achieving their aspirations.

Click here for more info & application link: https://www.prismaticmovement.org/associate-board-role-description

Prismatic values diversity of perspective and experiences. Non-binary folks and People of Color are encouraged to apply.

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4419 North Kenneth Ave., CHICAGO, IL 60630, US

Mission Statement

Prismatic activates leadership potential for young people living in low-income communities by infusing social-emotional skill-building into career development education.


Our programs, held in schools, community spaces, and online serve as a launchpad for success in any field, introducing students to a wide range of career paths and ensuring they have the skills and community support to advance, lead and pivot with resiliency no matter what life throws at them.

Prismatic students...

  • build confidence in leadership through workshops teaching the five pillars of social-emotional learning: Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Relationship Skills, Social Awareness, and Responsible Decision-Making.

  • discover true empowerment through self-awareness in mission, vision, values, and strengths.

  • see their potential by hearing from minority and underrepresented leaders.

  • learn the entrepreneurial skills necessary to craft an intentional career path.

Board Development
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
  • Event Planning / Management
  • Fundraising
  • Networking
  • Problem Solving




  • Meetings occur once a month, for about 1.5 hours per meeting. Members are required to attend 80% of the meetings, as well as volunteer to work at least one shift at each fundraising event (~3-5 per year, depending on size of event).
  • Chair and/or participate in at least one board committee: Board Oversight, Marketing, Logistics, Sponsorship. Purchase tickets and attend all fundraising events, maintain an annual give/get of $500 (reduced to $250 for 2021) through sales/donations.

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