Board Recruitment Plan

Help Truancy Intervention Project create an actionable plan to bring on board members with the skills, experience, and commitment they need.
Truancy Intervention Project
Atlanta, GA, USA
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Atlanta, GA, USA


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Posted October 5th

Board Recruitment Plan

Project Details

What We Need
  • Assessment of specific Organizational needs mapped to specific board roles
  • Candidate evaluation guide for prospective board members, including suggested vetting questions and timeline
  • Marketing tools and guidance on how to execute recruitment
  • Note: This project does not include actual board recruitment on the part of the Professional
What We Have In Place
  • We currently have an active board dedicated to increasing its diversity, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have an executive director, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $7,822 , allowing us to improve client service delivery

Our organization was founded in 1991 by the local Bar Association and has stayed very close to the legal community throughout its existence. The 15 person board is made up of almost exclusively attorneys. We are looking to expand our professional diversity as well as improve gender, racial and ethnic diversity among the board membership.

Project Plan

Distribution of Prep Materials
  • Volunteer Manager communicates existing board structure, including background on board members and specific roles and/or committees, and budget for recruitment (if applicable)
  • Volunteer Manager provides relevant materials on Organizational history, mission and goals
Goal Alignment & Discussion
  • Professional connects with Volunteer Manager and board member(s) to assess specific Organizational needs and goals for board involvement
  • Professional connects with Volunteer Manager and board member(s) to determine current vacancies in board and ideal skills and experience for new members
  • Professional and Volunteer Manager determine any additional criteria for new board member(s)
Candidate Evaluation Guide & Recruitment Tools
  • Professional provides descriptions of specific board roles to be filled
  • Professional provides outline of key criteria to guide board recruitment, including specific and relevant questions for each position
  • Professional provides guidance on potential recruiting channels
  • Professional delivers suggested timeline for process
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About The Org

Truancy Intervention Project
Posted by
Jessica P.

Executive Director

Our Mission

The Truancy Intervention Project's mission is to increase student attendance and opportunities for success through legal and family advocacy.

What We Do

Truant behavior is an early indicator of potential trouble to come in a young person's life. Missing more than ten days of school in a single year - the legal definition of truancy in Georgia - is linked to school failure, lower literacy rates, poverty, crime, teen pregnancy, and a need for public assistance. Recognizing the need to address truant behavior before its negative consequences set in, the Truancy Intervention Project (TIP) was created in late 1991 to mitigate truancy and chronic absenteeism in Fulton County.

Overall, TIP's goal is to uncover and address the root causes of the child's absenteeism. These root causes often include mental health issues, learning disabilities, transportation difficulties, lack of adequate clothing, and a disruptive home environment, among others. By connecting children and their families to appropriate community resources, TIP staff and volunteers help address the causes of the child's absences and get their school attendance back on track. Now in our 28th year, TIP has served almost 11,000 students through robust and intensive programming that has an overall 86.5% success rate of students returning to school with no further contact with juvenile court after participating in our program.