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Recruiting Board Members

Our Vision is to build a nationwide community of female leaders who support, empower, and encourage one another to pursue their dreams by creating meaningful connections through mentorship relationships. Our program is a national initiative that provides mentorship to young women in high school. Mentors range from 20 - 30 years old. She Connects programs are inclusive to womxn/girls/gender non-conforming folks of all identities.

Our board is critical in promoting the vision of She Connects and advancing mentorship connections nationally. As She Connects is a working board and our organization has no paid staff, we work closely together to ensure the success of the organization as we continue to grow. Board members are passionate, qualified, and dedicated to volunteering their time for the advancement of women and girls in Canada. 

Open Board Positions

Board Commitment 

  • The Society must have no fewer than 3 and no more than 11 directors, as per the Bylaws

  • Estimated time commitment for board directors: 10-12 hours per month

  • Up to (1) member of the Board of Directors may be a person aged 16 or 17.



  • Complete monthly report detailing work completed by the director and their committee. Submit report on the Saturday before the board meeting.

  • All board members undergo a criminal record check

  • Abide by the Bylaws, Policies, Code of Conduct, relevant legislation, and the Societies Act

  • Actively seek opportunities for the organization; attend events on behalf of the organization; represent the organization publicly in a professional manner

  • Board meetings shall be held monthly on the last Monday of the month.

We are committed to representation, diversity, and inclusion. Our board application provides space to include your relevant life experience, equity-seeking status, and any other qualities that make you a representative candidate.

Please note: Applicants must be Canadian residents.  

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