Apply to join the Harvardwood Board of Directors by THIS Saturday!

The Harvardwood Board of Directors (BOD) is coming up on elections for its next term, and we are looking for some energetic individuals to fill a few great Associate Director positions! The Harvardwood BOD is the managing body that oversees the volunteer efforts of Harvardwood members worldwide and has worked to create an impressive array of events, programs, and online resources over the past decade. As a member of this dynamic team, you will play a large role in determining the priorities and setting the course for the entire organization.

To be considered, please submit your resume and a brief statement of qualification in the body of your email (1 to 2 paragraphs) with the subject line "BOD APPLICATION" to [email protected] by February 22nd.

Harvardwood Board of Directors openings:

Associate Director, Harvardwood Writing Program - Features and Harvardwood Writers Competition

The Associate Director of HWP Features will assist the Director in overseeing this ongoing program that serves feature screenwriters in Los Angeles, NY, Boston, other cities and/or online as the need arises. HWP groups meet regularly to discuss and critique original material and to hear from experienced guest speakers in different fields. The Associate Director will also assist with the administration of the annual Harvardwood Writers Competition.


Associate Director, Harvardwood Seminar & Salon Series

The Harvardwood Seminar and Salon Series Associate Director assists the Director in producing quarterly Harvardwood Seminar and Salon Series events in Los Angeles, New York, and other chapters as needed. The Harvardwood Seminar Series (HSS) features major speakers in an interactive forum addressing topics related to arts, media, entertainment, and culture. The Harvardwood Salon Series is designed to give Harvardwood members a chance to learn from and network with industry leaders in an informal setting.

Additional info:

Each Harvardwood Board member holds office for a period of two years, until his or her successor is elected and qualifies. Board members should have a strong interest in fostering career education and networking among Harvard University alumni and students and have either completed a degree program at Harvard University or have a strong enough affiliation to Harvard as determined by a majority of the existing directors. Board members must be of the age of majority in CA, and should be able to attend quarterly Board meetings in the Los Angeles area (Board members in other locations can participate via conference call - note that for some positions, a presence in LA is ideal).

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