Webinar - Get On Board Panel Discussion / Q&A

January 26, 2021, 12:00 pm

Get on Board Panel Discussion Webinar

Get on Board and become a voice for Oregon students!

Want to make a difference in Oregon’s future? Run for a seat on the local board of your school district, education service district or community college. The filing period for board positions opens Feb. 6 and runs through March 18 for the May 2021 ballot.

To help prospective candidates answer questions about the process and prepare them to become school board members if they are elected, OSBA Board Development staff will offer two free webinars in January. Whether you are just starting to think about running or are already committed to doing so, these free webinars have something for you!

Jan. 26 at 12 p.m. (Panel / Q&A format)
In this free webinar, a panel of diverse experienced board members are joined by Oregon high school students enrolled in REAP, a local multicultural youth leadership nonprofit organization for a Q&A session. Board members will share their experiences running for a board position and why they decided to run, recommendations/tips for how to run for a board position, information about the impact a diverse board can have on student achievement, questions and issues around diversity, equity, and inclusion, and why everyone, including BIPOC and younger generations, should consider running for board positions.
REAP students from Oregon will share their experiences, challenges they face relating to equity and disparities in education and suggestions for improving board member-student relations. Bring your questions about running for a board position, the election process, board work, and student engagement!

Looking for the January 13 Information Session Webinar? Click here.

Technical Notes

Zoom 5.0 or higher is required to join the webinar. You can download it from https://zoom.us/download, Apple App Store or Google Play

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