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           Board Member Duties and Responsibility                                                             September 2012

  • 1.       Attend Board meetings, usually the 3rd Friday of the month from 9 to noon at Daniel’s Fund -101 Monroe, Denver
  • 2.       Attend Fall Planning Retreat – the Board plans for the next year.
  • 3.       Formulate, adopt and publish policies, bylaws, procedures and rules of the association.
  • 4.       Review and vote on business and funds.
  • 5.       Report alleged unethical behavior to the appropriate State Board of Licensure/Certification and the Association for Play Therapy
  • 6.       Serve on committees.
  • 7.       Serve a 3 year term.
  • 8.       Any mileage over 100 miles will be reimbursed at $.25 per mile.
  • 9.       Board member will receive a $20.00 stipend for all meetings (dependent on budget and fund availability)
  • 10.   Each board member is required to attend a minimum of 75% of meetings held over the course of one year. If unable to attend a minimum of 75% of meetings, the Board member will be dismissed from their duties as a Board member.
  • 11.   Board member may attend all training provided by CAPT for free. Depending on funds, hotel accommodations and some meals will also be provided.
  • 12.   Most of the work of the board is conducted through emails so answering in a timely manner is important.

Committee Opportunities

  • 1.       Newsletter – write articles, edit, design
  • 2.       I.T. – Social Media, check email, website
  • 3.       Membership –keep track of members, send email to new members
  • 4.       Elections – call for nominations, follow procedure for gathering info on nominees, generate ballot
  • 5.       Conference Committees
  • a.       Presenters – interface with keynote, call for presentations, choose presentations, make sure presenters needs are met
  • b.      Facilities – location, food, vendors, volunteers, hotel
  • c.       Attendees – marketing, advertising, brochures, customer service, registration
  • d.      Folders – make sure appropriate paperwork is made into folders

Student Board Member Duties and Responsibility                                                            September 2012

  • 1.       Term for your office begins August 1 until July 31.
  • 2.       You serve as a link between CAPT and Colorado universities in order to voice student concerns and needs.
  • 3.       Attend Board meetings, usually the 3rd Friday of the month from 9 to noon at Daniel’s Fund -101 Monroe, Denver
  • 4.       Attend Fall Planning Retreat – the Board plans for the next year.
  • 5.       Formulate, adopt and publish policies, bylaws, procedures and rules of the association.
  • 6.       Review and vote on business and funds.
  • 7.       Report alleged unethical behavior to the appropriate State Board of Licensure/Certification and the Association for Play Therapy
  • 8.       Serve on committees.
  • 9.       Any mileage over 100 miles will be reimbursed at $.25 per mile.
  • 10.   Board member will receive a $20.00 stipend for all meetings (dependent on budget and fund availability)
  • 11.   Each board member is required to attend a minimum of 75% of meetings held over the course of one year. If unable to attend a minimum of 75% of meetings, the Board member will be dismissed from their duties as a Board member.
  • 12.   Board member may attend all training provided by CAPT for free. Depending on funds, hotel accommodations and some meals will also be provided.
  • 13.   Most of the work of the board is conducted through emails so answering in a timely manner is important.
  • 14.   The Student Rep is typically in charge of volunteers for the Spring Conference.  Your job is to interface with students to have them volunteer and be able to attend the conference for free. The Board will determine how many volunteers are needed.  You will meet with the volunteers the day of the conference to review expectations as well as check on volunteer throughout the conference to ensure that conference needs are met.

Committee Opportunities

  • 1.       Newsletter – write articles, edit, design
  • 2.       I.T. – Social Media, check email, website
  • 3.       Membership –keep track of members, send email to new members
  • 4.       Elections – call for nominations, follow procedure for gathering info on nominees, generate ballot
  • 5.       Conference Committees
  • a.       Presenters – interface with keynote, call for presentations, choose presentations, make sure presenters needs are met
  • b.      Facilities – location, food, vendors, volunteers, hotel
  • c.       Attendees – marketing, advertising, brochures, customer service, registration
  • d.      Folders – make sure appropriate paperwork is made into folders 
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