“A Board Fellows Program is an excellent development opportunity; both personally and professionally. My Program allowed me to gain experience and skills that will be useful not only for future non-profit board service, but as I grow my career as well. Additionally, the caliber of individuals associated with the program were top notch and made additions to my network.”Michael Ross, Fisher Board Fellow, Ohio State University“One of the critical thing is capturing people’s attention early. That’s the time people are getting their bearings and figuring out what clubs they want to join.”Kate Olson, Board Fellows Leader, Georgetown University
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Students are invited to apply if they are an MBA student who meets the following criteria:
Application and selection of fellows (rolling application)
Non‐Profit Boards gain the following:
Board Fellows students gain the following:
What types of projects do Board Fellows undertake?
Projects assigned should be board‐level work not staff‐level tasks. They are to be designed so that a student can manage them in light of the student’s academic and professional demands.
Examples of student projects may include:
What is the time commitment for Board Fellows?
Board Fellows voluntarily commit a similar amount of time per month as a full board member (typically 2‐8 hours a month), including attending board meetings, committee meetings, and completing projects. A Board Fellow should clearly communicate their role and expectation with their organization at the beginning of their term. What is expected from Board Fellows?
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