Nominations for 2016-17 Board of Directors will be available early fall 2016.
How can I become a NSCCA Board Member?
As per our Bylaws, the NSCCA must have five, and no more than fifteen Board Members to operate. NSCCA Board Members have the responsibility to govern and manage the organization and work toward professional recognition of its members. Board Members also serve on standing committees. NSCCA has three standing committees related to its objectives:
- Ethics Committee- To educate and facilitate the ethical practice of its members
- Membership and Standards Committee- To educate and facilitate the use of occupational standards in practice in its members
- Advocacy Committee- To advocate and support its members in their provision of quality child care
NSCCA Board Member Requirements
- Board members must be a voting NSCCA member in good standing and be nominated by a NSCCA member in good standing.
- Board members must submit a current resume along with a brief letter of intent, and professional references
Once the Nominator submits the Nomination form along with the required documents, the NSCCA Nominations Committee will review the applications, check references, and contact you. If you are selected as a successful candidate, voting to accept the Nomination will take place at the NSCCA Annual General Meeting, where members will have the opportunity to vote.
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