Tutoring Chicago Board of Directors Application
Tutoring Chicago is looking for leaders to fill positions on its Board of Directors, the elected group of volunteers who support the work of Tutoring Chicago and provide mission-based leadership and strategic governance. Board members are elected for two-year terms.

Benefits to Companies with Employees on Nonprofit Boards
-Leadership development of staff
-Enhanced employee retention
-Advanced workplace diversity/inclusion
-Improved skills and performance of staff
-Recognition for social impact

Benefits to Individuals
on Nonprofit Boards
-Leadership development
-Expanded reach and influence
-Increased networking opportunities
-Meaningful service to the community
-Recognition of service and leadership

Board Expectations
All board members are expected to be enthusiastic about the mission, with Tutoring Chicago being one of their top three recipients of personal giving, along with significant contribution toward:
-Advocacy
-In-kind giving
-Volunteer recruitment
-Event support and attendance

Board members are eager to participate and prepare in advance for meetings, supportive but willing to respectfully express their own opinions, and anxious to serve on committees and contribute their talents. They are continuous learners, periodically observing tutoring sessions via site visits and continually seeking to understand the organization in-depth. Tutoring Chicago should be a top cocktail party conversation topic (work, kids, family, Tutoring Chicago). Additionally, board members are expected to be able and willing to open doors to new funding, sponsorship and tutor sources.
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