Open Board Positions

Interested in being a part of the core team that helps organize all of Code for Good’s events? We’d love to hear from you!

We have Open Positions!

Positions are held for two years, and you’ll work with some amazing people to help host successful events that make a real impact to the local community! 

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Treasurer

Executive Committee Member

Responsibilities include:

  • Attend all board meetings
  • Serve on the Operations committee
  • Work with the fiduciary to keep clean accounting records
  • Create and present the annual budget to the board for approval
  • Manage the board’s review of and action related to the board’s financial responsibilities
  • Work with the president and secretary to ensure that appropriate financial reports are made available to the board on a timely basis
  • Create Sponsorship tiers and work with sponsorship coordinator on collection of funds
  • Serve on Operations Committee (Focused on Code for Good as an Organization)

Nonprofit Project Coordinator

Responsibilities include:
  • Manage the Nonprofit application process, including:
    • Guidelines for acceptance
    • Application form
    • Acceptance or rejection confirmation
    • Project Scope Proposals
    • Nonprofit Communication 
  • Handle Nonprofit inquiries and create supportive communications.
  • Create examples of successful projects to promote to nonprofits and determine if their projects are similar
  • In conjunction with the Project Committee, review and analyze nonprofit projects and recommend technology solutions.
  • Coordinate with the Project Committee on the selection process.
  • Collaborate with the Outreach and Content Coordinators on the marketing of the event to local nonprofits.
  • Assist the Volunteer Coordinator, DEI Coordinator, and VP with volunteer and team lead selection.
  • Ensure good communication between selected Nonprofit, Team Lead, and Volunteer Team.
  • Plan Nonprofit Orientation and act as primary contact for the nonprofit representatives.
  • Serve on Project Committee (Focused on Project Success for Nonprofits and Volunteers).