We invite you to participate in our open call for nominations for the 2016 AIGA Philadelphia Board
Nominations must be submitted by Friday, July 15, 2016
What is involved?
Commitment: We are looking for community members who can commit to a two-year agreement to lead and serve the AIGA Philadelphia design community through volunteering time in support of chapter initiatives. This commitment can be an extremely rewarding experience, but can also be demanding—it necessitates hard work and dedication of time.
Leadership: In this role, you will be trusted to be a face and voice of the design community in Philadelphia through your leadership service. This involves leading a committee of AIGA volunteers, attending events, greeting members, recruiting future members, meeting with partners, networking and always advocating for the value of AIGA.
Being a board member is more than responsibility and something productive to do in your spare time—it’s a commitment to our design community in Philadelphia. It’s the dedication to see design continue to grow, adapt, thrive and improve in our city. It’s the desire to bring new initiatives, speakers, designers, and inspiration to our membership. It’s the feeling you get after a successful event, making a rewarding connection, or nerding out with some fellow designers.
We are here to create a community for designers, illustrators, developers, photographers, project managers, writers, design enthusiasts, and the like. And we’re looking for others with the same mission in mind.
All nominees will be contacted for more information.
Open Board Positions
We are accepting nominations for the following positions:
Nominees need not be an AIGA member at the time of nomination, but will be required to join AIGA at the Supporter level ($150) if elected to a board position.
Self-nominations are welcomed, and encouraged.
How to Submit a Nomination
To nominate yourself or someone else, please prepare a PDF document with the following information, and email it to email@example.com.
- Nominee’s name and nominated position
- A resumé or CV highlights and brief bio
- A short statement (200 words max) describing why he/she would make a valuable board member
- Two references we may contact for more information
- Letter of recommendations are welcome and encouraged
Board Nomination Info Session
Meet the current board, get more information on what it means to be a board member, learn about the open positions and get your questions answered.
1010 N Hancock St
Philadelphia, PA 19123
Saturday, July 9, 2016
If you have additional questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.