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WE WANT YOU TO JOIN OUR BOARD

If you believe Oakridge is one of the best communities in Calgary, the Oakridge Community Association (OCA) is looking for you to join our Board of Directors to:

  • Contribute to the governance of OCA
  • Serve as ambassadors of the OCA mission within the community,
  • Help celebrate OCA’s 50th birthday and set the direction for our continued growth,
  • Develop communications, fundraising and community engagement strategies.

 

Our expectations are simple.  Board members must:

  • Live in Oakridge and hold a current OCA membership,
  • Attend monthly board meetings with the exception of July and August,
  • Adhere to the Board code of ethics,
  • Publically support OCA,
  • Commit to a three year term.

 

Interested?

Submit your expression of interest along with an attached CV or description of your background to Brian Pedlar bpedlar@telus.net  no later than Monday September 21st .

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