Board Member Qualifications
A strong desire to promote evaluation and support those that do it in Minnesota
An interest in participating, as a leader, in a small non-profit.
An ability to communicate effectively with other board members during and between meetings to develop, organize, and accomplish tasks.
An ability to manage and accomplish tasks independently between meetings.
Specific skills, experience, or leadership related to one or more of the following areas: communications, finance, marketing, online strategy, nonprofit management, event planning, or other relevant area of expertise.
Board members are required to be
A professional or emerging evaluator.
MNEA member in good standing (dues paid).
Recently active in MNEA events (attended at least one event this past year).
Capable of providing approximately 8-10 hours of volunteer time for board service per month.
Ready to participate in and support MNEA programs throughout the year.