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Recruiting Organization: Associated Recreation Council

About Associated Recreation Council (ARC)

Associated Recreation Council (ARC) has been the 501(c)(3) nonprofit partner of Seattle Parks and Recreation for over 45 years. Our mission is to inspire engagement and participation in equitable, dynamic, culturally relevant, and responsive recreation and lifelong learning programs. It's our vision to bring together all people to build a healthy community.

ARC Responsibilities and Expectations:

· Defines and supports the mission and vision of ARC.

· Stewards public trust in ARC through fulfillment of legal, financial and ethical responsibilities.

· Participates in bi-monthly Board meetings and serves on at least one Board committee.

· Length of term: Three years, renewable, pending approval of the full Board; two terms maximum.

· Meetings and Time Commitment: The average time commitment is 2 - 8 hours per month. The ARC Board meets bi-monthly on every third Tuesday from noon - 2 PM. Committees of the board meet 6-12 times per year depending on their work agenda. All meetings are virtual until further notice.

QUALIFICATIONS - This is an extraordinary opportunity for an individual who is passionate about ARC’s mission and commitment. Ideal candidates are driven to serve on a board that promotes the following values:

· Community Engagement and Participation

· Equitable Access

· Mutual Respect

· Community

· Accountability

· Commitment to Race and Social Justice


Reach out to Sonia Doughty at Include a brief introduction, including a statement about your interest in Associated Recreation Council and joining the ARC Board of Directors. Include your resume/CV.

To learn more about the Associated Recreation Council, visit our website:

A list of our current Board members can be found here:

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Fee Amount: None

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