Play Like A Girl | Young Professional Board
Have you heard of the local nonprofit, Play Like A Girl? YLC has been connected with this incredible nonprofit by training many board members who are now involved and we continue to send our students their way for board internships. As their website history states, “Play Like A Girl was established in 2004 by cancer researcher and philanthropist Dr. Kimberly Clay for the purpose of advancing the health and empowerment of girls and women through education.”
Currently, Play Like a Girl is recruiting interns to join their Young Professionals (YP) Board. This board was the brainchild of a YLC intern, Dr. McKenna Healy, last year. Their newly recruited YP Board Chair is starting the process of creating a board infrastructure to bring on YP Board Members this fall. The purpose of thie YP Board is to provide more practical, hands-on experience with the Play Like A Girl participants (mission work), and receive additional training/development before jumping into their governance board.
Interested in joining? Read below…
A YP Board intern serves a one-year term with the option to renew, effective July 1, 2020. Play Like a Girl hosted a virtual board orientation Monday, June 1 from 3-5pm. Once this session has ended, a recorded session will be available to those unable to attend training.
Contact Dr. Kimberly S. Clay to learn more about this opportunity | email@example.com | (615)601-1864
Learn more about Play Like A Girl | Here
Support our local nonprrofit friends during TWO exciting virtual events! Read below for more details.
Gilda’s Club Virtual 5K | April 24-26, 7 a.m. Friday to 7 p.m. Sunday
Visit the Eventbrite page here for more info and how to get your ticket! Tickets: $25-40
THEN, plan to virtually attend Gilda’s Club’s Songwriters Night, Featuring Dennis Matkosky, Greg Barnhill and Erin Enderlin
When: May 6, 6-7pm | Tickets HERE | Held on Facebook Live HERE
Tickets: Suggested donation of $150, anyone is welcome to watch!
We find ourselves in uncharted waters – as businesses, individuals, families, and nonprofit organizations. As we navigate the coming weeks, it is crucial to create a strategic plan for your organization to weather the storm. The resource below is not produced by YLC, but we want to share it with any nonprofit friends who might be looking for wisdom during this time.
Article from Board Source Blog: