Tranquil Parenting is seeking 2 Board Members and a Fall Criminal Investigator Intern. Email sonja @ tranquilstudio.org to inquire.
Tranquil Parenting has two available seats for new board members and is looking to fill them with members who are committed and willing to spend the time to accomplish required tasks. The positions begin beginning May 1st. These positions are 4-year unpaid commitments. The committee meets via online conference for one hour every other month on the third Thursday between 7 and 8 pm.
A board member is responsible for working with Executive Director to support and share the company's values, mission, and vision with the community. They advise, recommend, and carry out annual organization, federal, and state compliance tasks during the evaluation process to assess its achievements.
Qualities of an Influential Board
A streamlined structure makes board work easier. Involving board members in activities directly takes advantage of everyone’s unique skills and expertise. A practical set of board members has
Tranquil Parenting is a small and remarkably cohesive board that needs no committees. Board members manage the workload together as a committee of the whole or delegate tasks to individual board members. This requires effective leadership and commitment from every member.
To apply: Submit a board member cover letter to sonja @ tranquilstudio.org by April 24th with contact information, an opening paragraph explaining your relevance to Tranquil Parenting, previous board experience, and a closing section discussing your goals for the organization.
A Criminal Investigator Intern is responsible for working with Executive Director to determine ex-partner domestic violence (intimate ex-partner violence) as evidence presents itself via data received from prior clients of the Tranquil Parenting program. The Intern's responsibility is to assist the Executive Director in reporting the findings of ex-partner domestic violence to the local community in the Ex-partner DV Project.
Duties and Responsibilities
A Criminal Investigator Intern will perform the following duties:
Interns will not be required to communicate with the parents or children directly in the program but may join in observing the instructor/parent meetings from time to time, client permitting.
To apply: Submit a cover letter to sonja @ tranquilstudio.org by April 24th with contact information, an opening paragraph explaining your relevance to Tranquil Parenting, previous experience, and a closing section discussing your goals for the internship.