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AAGT Board of Directors

Are you interested in serving on the AAGT Board of Directors?

In February of each year, new members will be appointed to the Board of Directors of the Arizona Association for the Gifted and Talented (AAGT). We are actively seeking nominees with specific competencies and skills. These competencies and skills include: individuals with a non-profit financial/accounting background; individuals with legal expertise; individuals who reflect the ethnic and language diversity of Arizona students; and individuals who are representative of the more rural areas of our state.

Board terms are for two years (with option to renew twice, for total of six years),  and begin at the AAGT Annual Conference each year.
Please Apply by November 6, 2022
Accepted nominees will be notified no later than December 1 in order to attend the Annual Conference.
The time commitment for a Board Director is about 10-15 hours/month, which includes attending two in-person and four virtual Board meetings, serving on a AAGT Task Force and attending those virtual meetings, and supporting/attending all AAGT Sponsored events. Directors will perform the duties prescribed in Roberts’ Rules in addition to those outlined in these bylaws.  Directors must also be current members of the Association during the duration of their term(s).

Members At Large

Are you interested in serving as a Member At Large?

The responsibilities and duties of an AAGT Member at Large are to assist a specific committee/task force group working under the direction of the committee/task force group chairperson. The Member at Large position is for a period of 12 months with opportunity to renew.  The time commitment for a Member at Large position is about 1-3 hours/month, which includes completing assigned tasks and virtual meetings.

In addition to assigned tasks, a Member at Large is to also serve as a liaison to the general membership to assist AAGT with membership recruitment.  Members at Large operate outside the fixed framework of the Board of Directors.

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