Metro Vancouver’s popular professional development program, Survivor 101, is co-hosted by Metro Vancouver and local municipalities. Presented all across the region, this programming is designed for grassroots community groups, board members, volunteers and artists. The format for these workshops is interactive using experienced presenters and offering peer to peer networking opportunities.
More workshops are slated for 2019 with the dates to be confirmed.
To date close to 300 participants from across the region have completed one or more of the workshops in the series, and the completed surveys from each workshop indicate a strong desire for the continuation of this series and re‐running of popular and critical topics.
Non-Profit Board Fundamentals: Building Capacity for Cultural Organizations
Presented through Richmond’s Art At Work program, in partnership with Metro Vancouver’s Survivor 101 series
May 29, 2019
5:30 – 8:30 pm
Performance Hall, Richmond Cultural Centre, 7700 Minoru Gate
Facilitated by: Vantage Point
$20 per person
Free for registered Richmond-based non-profit societies; register at
A light dinner and refreshments will be provided.
Strong organizations begin with effective governance, management and planning. This workshop is designed for board members, volunteers and executive directors of cultural organizations to gain a solid understanding of roles and responsibilities of a not-for-profit board of directors. Find out how you can leverage your board’s strengths and build capacity for your organization. This workshop will be followed by a networking reception and an opportunity to meet with leaders in the arts community.
Recommendation: This workshop is designed for board members, staff and volunteers for non-profit societies.