How to Get Involved
If you are interested in the work of our Board, the following steps are recommended:
- Come to our meetings! Our schedule is posted online, and on the school calendar. You can also attend committee meetings which are announced on the front page of the school website as well as on our meeting and minutes page.
- Learn more about the responsibilities of a board member in these attached documents: FAQ, Board Information Links, and the Board Member “job” description.
- Learn more about the role of the Board at IACS in the Governance section of our website. We also discuss the use of Policy Governance as a model for how we operate.
- Learn about our current Trustees, and our committees . Committees are not always comprised entirely of Board members, so this may be a good way to get involved. You can contact the committee chair to learn more.
The Board of Trustees accepts applications to fulfill upcoming vacancies on a year-round basis. Those interested in serving to contact us to learn more about the Trustee role. Ideal candidates will share passion for IACS’s unique mission, commit to active service and lawful governance responsibilities, and fulfill a unique skill set, diverse perspective and/or needed requirement of current vacancies. In order to be considered, candidates must complete an application and submit a statement of qualifications and a resume to be reviewed by the Board of Trustees. Please complete an application and submit along with your resume either electronically or by mail to: Asante Nsilo-Swai, Board of Trustees, Nominations Committee Chair, email@example.com. Alternatively you may mail to : 72 Tyng Road, Tyngsboro, Ma 01879, attention: Kim Albert, Assistant to the Board of Trustees. All prospective nominees must participate in a preliminary screening interview. Typically, new members are proposed for election at the June Board of Trustees meeting, but as openings occur, new members are considered. Openings on the board are communicated via the school’s newsletter as well as advertised here on BoT’s main webpage.