Become a Board Member
Our Board of Directors are volunteer community members. Interested in joining our board and contributing your knowledge and skills in guiding the VDRC to greater levels of achievement? Visit this page to learn more.
The Victoria Disability Resource Centre (VDRC) is governed by a board of directors. The board’s responsibilities include overseeing the programs and services offered by the organization and ensuring the vision of the VDRC is being properly conveyed to the community.
Board members meet monthly to discuss and vote on the affairs of the organization. This also includes a focus on reviewing the organization’s mission and strategic goals. In keeping with the VDRC’s values, the board consists of a minimum of 51% of persons with a disability.
Joining the Board
If you are interested in joining the board of directors, you will need to submit:
- A nomination form. This must be submitted at least four weeks prior to the Annual General Meeting. Click here to download the nomination form as a pdf. Click here to download the nomination form as a Word document.
- A current criminal record check (free for volunteers). Any criminal record checks done within the previous year are acceptable. If you need to get a new one processed, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
- A professional letter of reference from a previous organization (work, school, charity you are involved with,
- A personal letter of reference.
- A current resume