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Creating a Young Professionals Board at Your Nonprofit Organization

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Want to get young people involved at your nonprofit organization. Then consider starting a young professionals' board. But take a look at these slides before you do, highlighting key trends and do's and don'ts of a successful YP board.

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Creating a Young Professionals Board at Your Nonprofit Organization

  1. 1. Building a Board withYoung ProfessionalsSam Davidson, CoolPeopleCare.orgSam@CoolPeopleCare.org
  2. 2. “No medium has ever survived the indifference of 25-year-olds. Clay Shirky Author of Cognitive SurplusSource: The Guardian, July 5, 2010
  3. 3. 1980
  4. 4. 198076 million
  5. 5. Who are the Millennials and how many of them are there? 198076 million
  6. 6. Turnings
  7. 7. Turnings• Awakening
  8. 8. Turnings• Awakening• Unraveling
  9. 9. Turnings• Awakening• Unraveling• Crisis
  10. 10. Turnings• Awakening• Unraveling• Crisis• High
  11. 11. Turnings• Awakening• Unraveling• Crisis• High Generations
  12. 12. Turnings• Awakening• Unraveling• Crisis• High Generations• Prophet/Idealist
  13. 13. Turnings• Awakening• Unraveling• Crisis• High Generations• Prophet/Idealist• Nomad/Reactive
  14. 14. Turnings• Awakening• Unraveling• Crisis• High Generations• Prophet/Idealist• Nomad/Reactive• Hero/Civic
  15. 15. Turnings• Awakening• Unraveling• Crisis• High Generations• Prophet/Idealist• Nomad/Reactive• Hero/Civic• Artist/Adaptive
  16. 16. 96% of Generation Y belongs to a social network
  17. 17. 1 in 6 couples who married last year met online
  18. 18. 1 in 5 college students takes at least one class online
  19. 19. Many see Millennials as “entitled”, but they were raised to believe they are special.
  20. 20. This generation also knows the power of teamwork, doing nearly anything in a group setting.
  21. 21. This generation also volunteers in very high rates, mainly due to the fact that it’s required in schools.
  22. 22. Top Four Volunteering Activities (VolunteeringinAmerica.gov) 26.6%23.6% 23.1% 21.8% 20.5% 20.5% 19.0% 17.0% Fundraise General Labor Mentor Youth Tutor/Teach Millennials US
  23. 23. Most of all, this generation is redefining the notion of “time” and what’s important to them.
  24. 24. Love our agencys jr board! Serves asrecognition tool, training ground forgovernance board service & great"friendraiser." - Jamie
  25. 25. Start small and dream big
  26. 26. Let them know where this is going
  27. 27. Leverage the power of social teamwork
  28. 28. Set bigger and bigger goals for key individuals
  29. 29. Create a great experience
  30. 30. A great YP Board experience is:
  31. 31. A great YP Board experience is: Accessible
  32. 32. A great YP Board experience is: Accessible “Is it easy for them to come be a part of this?”
  33. 33. A great YP Board experience is: Accessible “Is it easy for them to come be a part of this?” Sharable
  34. 34. A great YP Board experience is: Accessible “Is it easy for them to come be a part of this?” Sharable“Will something happen that they’ll want to tell their friends about?
  35. 35. A great YP Board experience is: Accessible “Is it easy for them to come be a part of this?” Sharable“Will something happen that they’ll want to tell their friends about? Meaningful
  36. 36. A great YP Board experience is: Accessible “Is it easy for them to come be a part of this?” Sharable “Will something happen that they’ll want to tell their friends about? Meaningful“Will we do something that makes them feel like they’re making a difference?”
  37. 37. A great YP Board experience is: Accessible “Is it easy for them to come be a part of this?” Sharable “Will something happen that they’ll want to tell their friends about? Meaningful“Will we do something that makes them feel like they’re making a difference?” Scalable
  38. 38. A great YP Board experience is: Accessible “Is it easy for them to come be a part of this?” Sharable “Will something happen that they’ll want to tell their friends about? Meaningful“Will we do something that makes them feel like they’re making a difference?” Scalable “Can we repeat this with more people again and again?”
  39. 39. Sam Davidson CoolPeopleCare.org Twitter: @CoolPeopleCareFacebook.com/CoolPeopleCare SamDavidson.net Twitter: @SamDavidsonFacebook.com/SamSDavidson Sam@CoolPeopleCare.org

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