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ORGANIZATION: Ramapo NYC/The National School Climate Center

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Apply today to join the Ramapo NYC/National School Climate Center Board of Directors!

Ramapo NYC is an organization that is focused on helping youth thrive in their schools and communities. We are a highly impactful nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that is based in NYC and works with hundreds of schools and communities and thousands of educators, students, and families around the country each year.

Ramapo NYC is the merger of three storied organizations-Ramapo Training, the National School Climate Center, and the Youth Development Institute. Together, they have over 150 years of experience in the fields of teacher training, education research, and positive youth development.

Here Is a bit of information about our board:

  • We are in a growth phase for the next 1-2 years, and during that time we are a working board.
  • We meet monthly, either by Zoom or in person in our Manhattan offices.
  • The board is heavily focused on laying the groundwork for future growth. We are looking for individuals who want to join us in creating a path for success.
  • We are looking for educators and academics, financial professionals, people with expertise in legal practices, nonprofit development, and fundraising, and members of our community who are invested in creating positive, equitable school communities.
  • We are prioritizing creating an inclusive and representative board, and we encourage all applicants, particularly those from historically marginalized communities.
  • We are recruiting for 2-year terms.
  • We have a "Give/Get/Arrange" policy, with a goal per board member of $10,000, recognizing that each member has different means to contribute. We will provide fundraising support to all board members.

More opportunities with Ramapo NYC/The National School Climate Center

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About Ramapo NYC/The National School Climate Center

Location:

49 W38th St., 5th floor, New York, NY 10018, US

Mission Statement

Ramapo NYC exists so that children, young people, and caring adults can connect, learn, lead, and thrive together. We do this by transforming schools, organizations, and systems to prioritize youth voice and contribution, and to intentionally cultivate caring, inclusive, equitable, and healing communities.

Description

Ramapo NYC is the combination of three storied organizations that have come together to help communities and schools build positive, healing spaces for young people. The three organizations-Ramapo Training, The Youth Development Institute (YDI), and The National School Climate Center (NSCC)--have a combined 150 years of experience supporting youth, families, educators, and communities.

Ramapo NYC combines Ramapo Training’s expertise in coaching and training adults in the skills and techniques that lead to supportive communities, NSCC’s national leadership in developing systemic capacity for school climate improvement, and YDI’s unique approach to developing and sustaining high quality, youth-centered programming and services.

Together, the organizations provide offerings to thousands of young people and youth-serving adults each year.

CAUSE AREAS

Board Development
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Board Development, Children & Youth, Education & Literacy

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

49 W38th St.5th floorNew YorkNew York, NY 10018

(40.75216,-73.98489)
 

SKILLS

  • Youth Services
  • Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
  • Brand Development & Messaging
  • Financial Planning
  • Business Development
  • Research

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Orientation or Training
  • Generally, the time commitment is participation in 2-hour monthly meetings, plus possible participation in other events throughout the year.

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