Youth Education

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Youth Education

Director of Board/Youth Education
Position Type:
Part-time, Volunteer

ChatterBox Theatre Society is a charity serving South Calgary and Okotoks regions. As per our mission, we are more than a theatre as we are dedicated to delivering a meaningful theatrical experience to young audiences through interaction and humour.

We aim to teach children positive values and offer them support in their development stages, build a stronger community by encouraging public interaction and dialogue, and nurture and promote our local artists. We focus on the values of family, friendship, teamwork, and trust. We lead by example, so we need to be what we want our children to become.

ChatterBox Theatre Society is looking for a volunteer board member. The director of board/youth education will offer guidance to the president, board of directors and the executive director, ensuring good planning, decision-making and oversight at a governance level. The director of board/youth education is an executive and voting member of the board of directors.

Key Responsibilities

  • Inform and advise the board on current matters related with education.
  • Propose ideas, initiate and advise the board and executive director regarding new activities and projects to further the organization’s mission.
  • Review all scripts, stories and project plans and ensure content is appropriate.
  • Develop strategic relations with other organizations and promote the efforts of ChatterBox Theatre Society.
  • Offer support in order to increase community involvement.
  • Ensure effective measures, controls, policies and procedures are in place and followed as prescribed.
  • Safeguard the activities of ChatterBox Theatre Society, ensuring the strategy and culture are respected at all times.
  • Assist the organization in community art/theatre projects and fundraising when needed.
  • Review financial reports.
  • Assist the organization when needed and actively participate in board meetings.

Skills and Experience

  • Active supporter of youth education.
  • Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively with a team.
  • Creativity, positivity and integrity are mandatory values.
  • Previous board experience is an asset but is not required.

Languages: English

Compensation: This is a volunteer position. A volunteer letter will be provided.


One hour per month for regular BOD meetings plus four to six hours per month to discuss and manage financial decisions and reporting, if necessary. Two to three  hours for the annual general meeting to review the organization’s achievements: mission, strategy, budget and actual, fundraising, etc. This position may be required to attend special ad hoc meetings when necessary. Due to COVID restrictions, this is a remote position.

If you share the same values, want to be a part of an exciting organization, and would like to make a valuable contribution to our community, please send your resume and a cover letter to

To learn more about our plans, people and culture, visit

We are strongly committed to diversity, equity, and inclusivity within the community. We welcome and encourage applications from all religious backgrounds, BIPoC, people with disabilities, and others who can contribute to the diversification of our community. Interested candidates are encouraged to submit a resume and a cover letter.

We thank you for your interest in this opportunity; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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