The Black Cultural Society of Nova Scotia, established in 1977 as a provincial charitable organization with a mandate to Protect, Preserve and Promote African Nova Scotian Heritage and Culture. These objectives are carried out through the operation and management of the Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia.
The Society is seeking energetic, community minded individuals who have a passion to do more and to serve on our volunteer board of directors for a 3 year term, with a focus on the following areas of expertise or professional knowledge:
– Community Development
Recently the Black Cultural Society underwent important changes to its operations and the Provincial Legislation that governs the organization. These changes have resulted in a reduction of board size and realignment of our goals to be relevant in today’s society. We are seeking perspective board members to represent one of the following regions:
~ Halifax Regional Municipality ~ North (Cumberland, Colchester, Pictou)
~ Cape Breton ~ Valley (Kings, Annapolis, Hants)
~ South Shore (Shelburne, Lunenburg, Queens) ~ West (Yarmouth, Digby)
~ East (Antigonish, Guysborough) ~ At Large
Completed nomination forms can be submitted via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), by mail or in person at the Black Cultural Centre, no later than June 26, 2015.
Black Cultural Society for Nova Scotia
Attn: Board Recruitment Committee
10 Cherry Brook Road
Cherry Brook, NS B2Z 1A8
All nominations will be held in strict confidentiality and will be reviewed by the board recruitment / nomination committee.
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