TLT-Tomorrow's Leaders Today is looking to grow our board with those who wish to make a difference in the lives of youth in Texas.
Current openings: Co Secretary, Community Outreach/Engagement Chair, and a diverse group of board directors to help with philanthropy/grant writing, marketing and social media, legal support.
Ever wondered what it is like to be on the board of a nonprofit?
Want to make an impact in the community but are looking for a way to start?
Come see what TLT is doing and bring your unique talent to help TLT grow by being part of the Board of Directors. Application: Click Here
Board of Director Qualifications and Requirements are:
1 Each Director of the Board and Advisory Board member must be a U.S. citizen and have attained the age of 18 years. Youth Advisory Committee member must be a current intern or TLT alumni member.
2 Directors elected to the board should have graduated from a Leadership Program or have taken part in a similar experience.
3 Directors of the Board, Advisory Board or Youth Advisory Committee members appointed by the holder of any office or an Officer or board of any other organization are to act in their own right and not as a representative of any interest or group.
4 Each Director of the Board, Advisory Board or Youth Advisory Committee member 18 years and older, must have successfully passed a multi-state criminal background verification annually, prior to attending any event where the TLT participants are present. The results of all information will be maintained by the Executive Director and remain confidential. The Executive Director will inform the Secretary of the status to be noted as completed in the minutes.
5 Each Director, Advisory Board and Youth Advisory Committee member must commit a minimum of six (6) hours monthly of time, talent, treasure and/or facilitating program sessions to support the mission of the Corporation. **All positions.
6 Each Director, Advisory Board and Youth Advisory Committee member must act in the best interests of TLT – Tomorrow’s Leaders Today (TLT), and to make recommendations based on his or her experience and vantage point.
7 Each Director, Advisory Board and Youth Advisory Committee member must avoid conflicts of interest and make notice of them when they arise.
8 Each Director, Advisory Board and Youth Advisory Committee member must attend and participate in meetings on a regular basis, and special events as able.
9 Each Director must participate on a standing committee of the board, and serve on ad-hoc committees as necessary. It is suggested the Advisory Board members consider doing so as well. Current standing committees include: Governance, Financial, Youth Advisory, Development/Marketing, Operations/Programming, Internal Affairs and External Affairs.
10 Each Director, Advisory Board and Youth Advisory Committee member must be alert to community concerns that can be addressed by TLT’s mission, objectives, and programs.
11 Each Director, Advisory Board and Youth Advisory Committee member must help communicate and promote TLT’s mission and programs to the community.
12 Each Director must be familiar with TLT’s finances, budget, and financial/resource needs.
13 Each Director must be familiar with TLT’s policies and procedures.
14 Each Director must financially support and promote TLT in a manner commensurate with one’s ability to raise or donate a minimum of $600 annually or $50 per month. Advisory Board and Youth Advisory Committee members are encouraged to support TLT to the best of their ability.
15. Each position term is 2 years.
Board Meetings are held virtually and in person, 2nd Tuesday of January, March, May, August, October, and November 5:30PM to 6:30 PM