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See below for highlights from our Junior Board Program. The program began in 2020 in New York City.
40+ young professionals across the United States (remote during 2022)
Over 40% of 2021 Junior Board returned
–Sample employers represented include:
(PwC) (8 members)
As an employer, you are encouraged to share the InReach Junior Board Program with young professionals at your company (the program is open to young professionals ages 21-40, located anywhere in the U.S.). Our program offers a unique opportunity for young professionals to engage in meaningful service, grow their professional network, and develop key competencies to help prepare for future career success.
Our Junior Board Program also offers a great way for your company to showcase your employees’ deep commitment to service, innovation, diversity, equity and inclusion.
We are especially interested in adding new young professionals to our Junior Board Program from the following industries:
There are no upcoming information sessions at this time. Please check back regularly for updates on remote information sessions for our 2023 Junior Board Program.
Please check our website and social media for updates on how to join our 2023 Junior Board Program.
Yes, the Junior Board Program will remain remote (open to young professionals – ages 21-40 – located anywhere in the United States) during 2022.
All Junior Board members commit to meeting (or exceeding) a $1,000 annual membership dues requirement. InReach Junior Board members are asked to choose from the following payment options in order to fulfill this annual dues requirement:
The InReach Junior Board Program also offers a “Recent Grad Pathway” payment option. (*Note: For the 2022 Junior Board, this pathway is only open to students who are graduating from an undergraduate or graduate program in 2022.)
Making a tax-deductible donation to InReach is easy. Sample donation methods include:
Donate online directly with PayPal Giving Fund
Donate online directly via InReach’s “Donate” page
Start an online peer-to-peer fundraiser
Absolutely! Junior Board members are encouraged to leverage their employer’s matching funds, “dollars for doers” program and/or professional development fund when possible.
No, the Junior Board is distinct from the InReach governing board of directors.
The InReach governing board plays a pivotal role in developing InReach’s strategic direction and providing critical oversight (governance & legal compliance).
In contrast, the InReach Junior Board is a program specifically for U.S.-based young professionals (ages 21-40) who are committed to supporting InReach’s critical work through 1) fundraising, 2) networking and 3) marketing. Junior Board members may be considered for future appointment to the InReach governing board of directors.
The InReach Junior Board currently offers the following special interest committees:
Junior Board members may choose to join 1 to 2 special interest committee(s) per year.
Unfortunately, the InReach Junior Board Program is currently only available to young professionals (ages 21-40) located in the United States.
Head over to the “Our Team” page and click on the “Junior Board” tab to learn more about our current membership.