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WPCampus Board of Directors Member

  • Part time
  • Volunteer
  • Remote
Volunteer position for the WPCampus organization
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Posting status

Filled

Posting timeframe

  • Posted date: January 28, 2024
  • Closing date: February 15, 2024

Position timeframe

  • Position start date: ASAP
  • Position end date: Open-ended

Position details

  • Part time
  • Is volunteer position
  • Is remote position

Working format

  • Remote

Categories

  • Board of Directors

About the position

WPCampus as an organization, and as a community, are dedicated to the confluence of WordPress and accessibility in higher education. With a mission to advance higher education by providing a support structure and wealth of knowledge and networking for anyone who uses or is interested in using WordPress in the world of higher education, we are seeking new directors.

The WPCampus Board of Directors currently meets 3:30 to 5 pm Eastern time on the third Friday of each month. That is, by and large, the only requirement you have to meet should you wish to be a board member. But, WPCampus welcomes people who want to change the world, people who want to be involved, people who want to learn something new, and people who want to share their experiences with a community.  We hope director applicants will be excited to get involved more fully than this minimum requirement.

The closing date for applications is February 16, 2024, and you’ll hear back in roughly a week as the board is meeting the following Friday. We wish you all the luck in your application, and if you have any questions on the process or what being on the board is like, then please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at board@wpcampus.org.

Expectations of WPCampus Board Members

Expectations for board members include, but are not limited to:

  • Attend 90-minute board meeting once per month
  • Participate in discussions and decision-making
  • Communicate promptly with the board about attendance and task management.
  • Dedicate time to complete tasks. Time will vary depending on needs.

WPCampus Community Guidelines

Committee members are important delegates of the WPCampus organization. They are expected to uphold our community guidelines, including the WPCampus Code of Conduct and our principles of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Accessibility.

Have questions?

Send an email to board[at]wpcampus.org.

Next steps

Once applications have been collected, the board will review them and discuss during the following meeting, currently scheduled for February 23. Nominees will be contacted following that meeting, with on-boarding to take place prior to the currently scheduled March 15 board meeting.

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WPCampus

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WPCampus

WPCampus is a community of web professionals, educators, and others dedicated to the growth of WordPress in higher education. Our mission is to advance colleges and universities by providing a support structure and wealth of knowledge for anyone who uses, or is interested in using, WordPress.

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