RRAI is actively seeking board members with experience in non-profit work, legal, governance, education, and technology.
RRAI is a community initiative, incorporated as a registered charity for the purposes of
- to advance education by delivering seminars to the public on Canadian laws and regulations;
- to provide education, settlement services, and other support services to newcomers; and
- to undertake activities ancillary and incidental to the above mentioned charitable purposes
Members of the board and its subcommittees play a vital role in the organization, setting its direction and ensuring the best possible outcomes for RRAI.
Meetings are held monthly with some work in between meetings. You should expect a commitment between 2 and 5 hours per month. Board terms are two years.
RRAI is committed to principles of anti-oppression and employment equity. We encourage members from Indigenous, ethnic-racial, LGBTQ+, immigrant, refugee, differently-abled, and other equity-seeking groups to apply and self-identify.
Please submit an expression of interest and resume by e-mail to email@example.com