Persons with disabilities are especially welcome to apply.
Four reasons to join the Full Radius Dance Board of Directors:
1. Build your skill set: Hone the skills you currently possess while serving on the board whether you work in marketing, human resources or finance, and learn new skills that you can add to your LinkedIn profile.
2. Grow your network: Meet and collaborate with other passionate and talented professionals while serving on the board and make key contacts for the future.
3. Build your brand and Full Radius Dance’s brand: Not only will your professional brand get a boost from serving as a board member, but you can build awareness and endorsements for Full Radius Dance through your participation.
4. Makes you feel good for doing good: Building social capital will give you that burst of professional and personal inspiration you may be looking for, and there is nothing better than the feeling that you can put your skills to good use.
Board members are required to attend, either in person or virtually, at least 75% of scheduled board meetings. The board meets once a quarter for a total of four (4) times a year.
Our mission: Redefining the boundaries of dance by bringing together disabled and non-disabled dancers through performance, education, and advocacy.
Full Radius Dance: Powerful, Passionate, Innovative.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Full Radius Dance
PO Box 54453, Atlanta, GA 30308, US
Our Purpose: Through dance, champion the artistic equality of the disabled and nondisabled body. Our Vision: To be the global leader in the art of physically integrated dance. Our Mission: Redefining the boundaries of dance by bringing together disabled and nondisabled dancers through performance, education, and advocacy. Our Values: Your body is perfect. Your body has undiscovered movement. Your body can experience dance.
Founded in 1990 by Artistic/Executive Director Douglas Scott, the organization was originally known as Dance Force. The company began as a traditional dance company - all members were professional dancers without disabilities. In 1993 through a partnership with VSA arts of GA, Shepherd Center, and Special Audiences, Douglas began teaching dance classes for persons with physical disabilities. Two years later, he began incorporating dancers with disabilities into the company's performances. In 1998, Dance Force was re-branded as Full Radius Dance. The company continues to be the only professional physically integrated dance company in the state of Georgia.
Full Radius Dance maintains a busy schedule in Atlanta with performances such as Art on the Beltline, workshops such as the Summer Training Intensive, and by supporting the dance community through the presentation of the Modern Atlanta Dance (MAD) Festival. The company also has a deep commitment to education and outreach and brings a unique artistic experience to schools, senior citizen centers, and disability groups on a regular basis.