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To build a nonprofit board of directors, first assess the needs and tasks of the board in order to ascertain what kind of skills board members will need and select an easily manageable number of people with those skills ... More »

People selecting potential board members for a nonprofit should choose candidates who share a passion for the organization's work, who are willing to help with practical tasks, have strong community ties and are willing ... More »

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Though the specific details of the position may vary between entities and industries, the job description for a member of the board of directors for a nonprofit typically focuses on offering foresight and guidance to the... More »

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