JMAC’s Advisory Board has three committees on which members are required to participate. Non-Board Members can also be on a committee without being on the full Advisory Board. The responsibilities of the committees are as follows:
1. Governance – recruit and orient new members; create policies and procedures for the Board and the roles and responsibilities of Board members; develop annual Board goals; monitor the goals of annual NAF Academy Assessment and evidence binder; create a pipeline and pool of “people resources” to support the Curriculum Support Committee with recruiting non-board members for specific Work-Based Learning needs; and assess problems relative to Advisory Board members and make recommendations to the Board regarding members including removal;
2. Curriculum Support – recruit volunteers for in-house projects that support learning objectives; recruit businesses for work-site field trips that support learning objectives; and work with school staff to put processes in place that will retain and continue to build relationships with volunteers and field trip sites;
3. Internships – work with school staff to develop criteria for both students and sites for internships including selection criteria/process for both; recruit internship sites; and work with school staff to put processes in place that will retain and continue to build relationships with internship sites.