Join the CKISS Board of Directors and Make a Difference in Environmental Conservation!

Are you passionate about preventing the spread of invasive species? Do you want to contribute your skills to a non-profit organization dedicated to environmental conservation? Consider joining the Central Kootenay Invasive Species Society (CKISS) Board of Directors!

How do you join the CKISS Board?

  1. The first step is to become a member. Click here to fill out the membership form.
  2. Already a member? Simply send us an email at expressing your interest in joining the board.

There are several reasons why individuals may want to join the CKISS Board of Directors:

  • Passion for Environmental Conservation: Many people are passionate about protecting the environment and preventing the spread of invasive species. Joining the CKISS Board allows individuals to actively contribute to these conservation efforts.
  • Making a Difference: Serving on the Board of Directors provides an opportunity to make a meaningful impact on local ecosystems, wildlife, and communities by guiding the organization’s strategic direction and initiatives.
  • Community Involvement: Board members have the chance to engage with their local community and collaborate with other stakeholders, including government agencies, non-profit organizations, businesses, and volunteers.
  • Professional Development: Serving on a non-profit board offers valuable opportunities for professional development, including leadership skills, strategic planning, governance, networking, and decision-making.
  • Networking Opportunities: Board members have the chance to connect with like-minded individuals who share their passion for environmental conservation, as well as professionals in related fields, which can lead to valuable networking opportunities.
  • Learning and Growth: Serving on the Board provides opportunities for learning and personal growth, including gaining knowledge about invasive species management, environmental policy, fundraising, and non-profit management.
  • Giving Back to the Community: Many individuals join non-profit boards as a way to give back to their community and contribute their time, skills, and expertise to a cause they care about deeply.

Overall, serving on the CKISS Board of Directors offers a rewarding opportunity to contribute to environmental conservation efforts, make a positive impact on local communities, and engage in meaningful work alongside dedicated individuals who share a common goal.