District/School Representative Qualifications and Responsibilities

Nominations for District/School Representative and other board and network positions are accepted until April 10, 2017. Please read the candidate qualifications and the responsibilities of the role before applying. Successful candidates will serve a three-year term beginning September 1, 2017.       

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Qualifications

The following qualifications are evaluated by the Elections Committee to develop a slate of candidates for this position:

♦ Participation in and support of the National Association for Gifted Children

  • Nominee must be an NAGC member in good standing
  • NAGC convention attendance
  • Presentation at NAGC conventions

♦ Nominee must currently be a full time PreK-12 school/district employee (i.e., classroom teacher, coordinator of gifted, director of curriculum and instruction, etc.)

♦ Participation in NAGC committee, network or affiliate Board of Directors

♦ Nominee must be an active member of NAGC or an affiliate for at least three (3) years

The Elections Committee will also judge candidates for re-election to the board on:

  • Accomplishments for the organization
  • Evidence of meeting deadlines
  • Responsiveness to communications regarding board issues  (e.g. voting, program feedback)

Responsibilities

  • Participate in the development and annual monitoring of NAGC’s strategic plan

  • Exercise fiduciary responsibility for the fiscal health of the organization

  • Attend three (3) NAGC Board meetings per year; one in early fall, one at the annual convention each November, and the other usually scheduled in conjunction with the affiliate conference in March (Expenses for Board meetings are eligible for some reimbursement upon presentation of original receipts)

  • Serve on at least one Board Committee at the request of the President

  • Represent the best interests of the organization on all issues raised in Board meetings, based on careful analysis of agendas and supporting material

  • Know and uphold the regulations, policies, and procedures of the organization

  • Represent NAGC positions to individuals and groups with whom the Board member interacts (e.g. open doors to potential donors, make visits, or identify key alliance partners;)

  • Adhere to conflict of interest policy of NAGC

  • Agree to refrain from simultaneous service on Organizational Committees for the duration of the term of office

  • Make an annual cash or in-kind contribution to NAGC during the term of office

  • Make up to two (2) presentations each year to relevant groups on behalf of the organization for no fee

  • Recruit new members for the organization

Apply for District/School Representative

The deadline for applications is April 10