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  • Board Member
    with Methilhill Community Children's Initiative

    Volunteer Opportunity No. VO90683 - Created/last updated: 30/03/2022



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    About this opportunity:Methilhill's Community Children's Initiative (MCCI) are a community led group dedicated to providing local children and young people with opportunities to play, learn and grow. They are in an exciting period of growth as they embark on the delivery of several new projects and services to support young people throughout Levenmouth and would therefore like to expand their Board.

    Board members will have the opportunity to get involved with several different activities, including staff recruitment, team building, campaigning, fund raising events and supporting the growth and development of this innovative organisation.

    The minimal time commitment is attendance at 6-weekly board meetings with time in between to carry out small actions where required. However, there are many ways to become more involved in MCCI and they encourage Board members who are keen to take on a more active role.

    This is a good opportunity for personal and career development.

    Takes place:
    morningsafternoonsevenings
    Mondays
    Tuesdays
    Wednesdays
    Thursdays
    Fridays
    Saturdays
    Sundays

    Training provided:Induction will include an opportunity to meet staff and board members, view MCCI's premises, hear about their work and projects. Training will be tailored to individual needs and can include Roles & Responsibilities training.
    Experience required:No previous experience of Board Membership is needed. People of all ages, knowledge levels and backgrounds are welcome - enthusiasm, positivity and commitment are the most important qualities looked for! You should have an interest in community initiatives. A knowledge of charity work, legal, finance, and/or fundraising knowledge is particularly welcome. Experience of the third sector would also be an advantage.

    Restrictions on who can volunteer
    No restrictions were specified.

    Application process:Application Form; Informal Chat; PVG membership required; References

    Travel DetailsBoard meetings usually take place once a month, early evening and are held at the Learning Garden situated on Sea Road in Methilhill, beside Methilhill Primary School. KY8 2GW


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