As we celebrate our 20th season, we urgently need new Board members to ensure ECC’s continued success and stability. We welcome enthusiastic volunteers who enjoy teamwork, believe in our mission, and are excited to chart the future of our choir.
This season, our Board is transitioning its strategic focus from “Surviving the Covid era” to “Building back, growing, and thriving.” This presents a unique opportunity as a Board to revisit our purpose and goals, re-envision our systems and roles, and recommit to our mission and values. We invite you to be a part of this exciting experience.
We are specifically looking for people with interest and/or skills in any of these areas:
- Data entry
- Communication/Business writing
- Event planning
We also need members-at-large, and would love for Board members to bring their own areas of interest and enthusiasm.
The commitment includes monthly Board meetings and 2-3 annual strategic planning and budgeting meetings, typically held in mid-winter and early summer. Some Board positions have specific sets of duties that typically average out to around 4-5 hours per month. We would be happy to provide more information and detailed job descriptions for any of these positions.
Open positions as of March, 2023 include:
- Fundraising Chair
- Events Chair
Please direct any questions to Board President Kathleen Lonergan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Endolyne Children’s Choir is a non-audition choir that provides robust and transformative choral education for all young singers. We empower our choristers to develop confidence, form friendships, and learn performance skills in an inclusive, equitable environment.
ECC creates enriching musical experiences through high-quality curriculum, diverse repertoire, and varied performance opportunities. Our dynamic, professional instructors set clear expectations and nurture children’s artistic and emotional development. Our choristers build community, have fun, and always bring their very best.
ECC singers connect with, inspire, and uplift the greater community, while developing lifelong appreciation for music and the arts.