Volunteer NH, New Hampshire’s State Service Commission, is looking for qualified and motivated individuals to join our Board of Directors. Candidates should have a passion for our mission: engaging NH communities to solve local challenges through volunteerism.
Volunteer NH is a nonprofit organization that connects volunteers with opportunities, celebrates volunteer contributions, supports and trains volunteer managers, and stewards AmeriCorps resources to benefit our communities. You can learn more on our website: VolunteerNH.org.
As a nonprofit created under legislation, Volunteer NH is required to fill several specific Board positions. We are currently accepting applications for the following:
- A representative from local government
- An individual between 16 and 25 years of age, inclusive, who is or has been a participant or supervisor in a service program
- A representative from a local labor organization
- A representative of the religious community
- An individual with experience in promoting the involvement of adults 55 years of age or older in service and volunteerism
Volunteer NH seeks to foster a board experience where all members have a diverse range of backgrounds and experiences and treat each other with respect and trust.
Please send a résumé and Letter of Interest to Gretchen Stallings, Executive Director of Volunteer NH: Gretchen@VolunteerNH.org. All Board Members must be accepted and confirmed by the Governor and Executive Council.
If you do not fit one of the above categories, please note that we also have a number of leadership, development, and event committees open to anyone who identifies with our mission. Reach out to Emily Planchet to learn more: Emily@VolunteerNH.org
Volunteer NH is a nonprofit organization established in 2000, and is governed by a Board of Directors appointed by the Governor and approved by the Executive Council. Volunteer NH envisions our state as a place where people volunteer together to build strong and connected communities. We bring our vision to life by engaging those communities to solve local challenges through volunteerism.