CAN YOU IMAGINE YOURSELF AS AN OLT BOARD MEMBER? WE CAN!
Orient Land Trust's current board of director's goal is to ensure that the vision and mission of OLT is met by working closely with OLT staff to keep things spinning like a smooth-running hydro generator creating energy that electrifies all visitors! We believe OLT's influence joins other similar tribes in the international arena of love as being guardians of our future world. Perhaps this season may include you applying to be on the Orient Land Trust executive board?
It is our honor to encourage interested OLT members, volunteers and committee members to consider applying to become a future board member. Please consider submitting a letter of interest for serving as an OLT board member. In your letter you may share experiences you have with nonprofits (including volunteer boards), fundraising, finance, committee work, volunteerism bridged with your familiarity with your own experiences at Valley View and the Orient Land Trust (OLT) bio-region and any other pertinent information you would like to share.
You may email your letter of interest, resume and any questions you might have about the application process to . You can also read more about being a board member at https://www.olt.org/olt/get-involved/openings and below:
The Orient Land Trust learning curve can be steep for members who are curious about the scope of OLT (it's sooo much more than soaking pools). Here are some fun ideas for discovering what Orient Land Trust board candidates may recommend as part of an OLT adventure.
There are adventures where you can learn more of the scope of OLT. Enjoy a tour of the farm, gardens, bats or take a hydro tour. Questions about the bioregion, wildlife, invertebrates, astronomy, water, mountain biking and hiking trails or running an "off grid" non-profit business begins at the Visitors Center. Educate yourself about the many layers of OLT by reading the informative OLT web site.
Join a Committee...
Would you like to join an OLT committee? This is an excellent way to serve OLT and learn more about the operations of this non-profit enterprise. Contact a Committee Chair for more information if interested:
External Affairs (Outreach and Fundraising). Contact;
Internal Affairs (Finances & Human Resource). Contact;
Conservation (Resource and Protection) Contact;
Site Plan (Focus on Valley View). Contact;
Long Term Visioning (Future Direction) Contact;
Attend a board Meeting...
Observing an Orient Land Trust board meeting is an informative way to learn if you may be interested in becoming a future OLT board member. You can find more specifics of when board meetings occur and expectations of being on the board at the OLT website. https://www.olt.org/get-involved/openings .
All board applications are taken very seriously by the Governance Committee, so please do not let any obstacle (age, gender, disability, etc.) keep you from applying.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Submitted by Jon Florey, co-chair of the Governance Committee and Jim Manley, co-chair of the Governance Committee = .