Call for KHC Board Members 2016

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The Kansas Humanities Council is currently seeking nominations of Kansans to fill vacancies on its Board of Directors. Nominations are due April 22, 2016.

“Kansas Humanities Council board members value the role of the humanities in strengthening the civic and cultural life of our state,” said Aaron Otto, chair of the Membership committee. “If you are enthusiastic about the humanities and would like to promote and support the work of KHC in Kansas communities, consider a nomination to the KHC Board of Directors.”

The Kansas Humanities Council is a nonprofit organization governed by a 21-member volunteer Board of Directors. The Kansas Humanities Council’s mission is to connect communities with history, traditions, and ideas to strengthen civic life.

Nominations must be submitted in writing. Members serve for a three-year term with the possibility of renewal for a second term. Individuals may nominate themselves or others for board service. Click here for information or contact Julie Mulvihill, executive director, at (785) 357-0359 or julie(at)kansashumanities.org.

Call for KHC Board Members

khc_slide_board1KHC is currently seeking nominations of Kansans to fill vacancies on its Board of Directors. Nominations are due April 1, 2015.

“Kansas Humanities Council board members are cultural leaders who value the humanities — literature, history, philosophy — and their ability to strengthen civic life,” said David Vail, chair of the Membership committee. “If you are passionate about the humanities and would like to promote and support the work of KHC in Kansas communities, consider a nomination to the KHC Board of Directors.”

The KHC is governed by a 22-member volunteer Board of Directors. Nominations must be submitted in writing. Members serve for a three-year term, with the possibility of renewal for a second term. Individuals may nominate themselves or others for board service. Click here for more information or contact Julie Mulvihill, executive director, at julie(at)kansashumanities.org or (785) 357-0359.

 

Call for KHC Board Members

KHC is currently seeking nominations of Kansans to fill vacancies on its Board of Directors. Nominations are due April 2, 2014.

“Kansas Humanities Council board members play an active role in the cultural life of the state,” said Aaron Otto, chair of the Membership committee. “If you are passionate about the humanities and want to promote the work of KHC, consider a nomination to the KHC Board of Directors.”

KHC is governed by a 22-member volunteer Board of Directors. Nominations must be submitted in writing. Members serve for a three-year term, with the possibility of renewal for a second term. Individuals may nominate themselves or others for board service. Click here for instructions on making a nomination to the Board of Directors or contact KHC at (785) 357-0359.

Call for Board Members

board-page-imageThe Kansas Humanities Council is currently seeking nominations of Kansans to fill one vacancy on its 22-member Board of Directors. Nominations are due August 7, 2013.

“If you or someone you know is passionate about community events, documentaries, museum exhibitions, and talks on a wide range of relevant topics, consider a nomination to the KHC Board of Directors,” said Jay Price, chair of the Membership committee. “Those who step forward will be in for stimulating, exciting, and thought-provoking gatherings, as well as the satisfaction of making a difference in the realm of public humanities in the Sunflower State.”

The KHC Board of Directors is a volunteer board. Members serve for a three-year term, with the possibility of renewal for a second term. Business meetings of the full board are held three times a year in locations across the state. Members have financial oversight of the organization, take an active and participatory role in fundraising, set policy, are knowledgeable about the humanities, and promote awareness of the council. In addition to board meetings, members also serve on a standing committee that meets as needed. Click here for a detailed list of board member responsibilities.

Individuals may nominate themselves or others for board service. Click here to make a nomination.