Board Member

Philadelphia 19132, Pennsylvania

JoB Description

Community Learning Center (CLC) is looking for board members to commit to helping CLC change lives.

CLC is one of the top-performing adult education providers in Philadelphia, providing free classes, career coaching, and support services that enable low-income adults to earn their GED, learn English, and gain employment. This is a significant time for CLC, as we celebrate our 30th anniversary and prepare to expand programming.

A successful candidate for the board is passionate about CLC's mission, willing to fundraise and has the time to dedicate at least five hours per month to board service. Knowledge and experience in finance, accounting, marketing, communications, P.R., human resources, law, organizational development, or business is a plus.


Contact: Executive Director Carrie Kitchen-Santiago

Salary: $0



Mailing Address: 2701 North Broad Street

From the blog

Purposeful Philanthropy and Political Consumerism

Posted by Joan Ulmer on 27 April 2017, 2:19 pm

What do these phrases have in common?  Philanthropy is not a zero sum pie, purposeful philanthropy, too many facts may not be good and political consumerism. There has been much talk in the wake of the election and incidences of binge philanthropy about the zero sum pie that is philanthropy, with a lone voice claiming it is not.  Seriously? The ACLU receiving six times as much in on-line donations in one weekend than it did in the entire previous year means that other nonprofits won’t be seeing those dollars this year.  It is the nature of the beast:  there are.

Read the full post.
Dinkum Elko and Associates Laura Solomon