Joining a standing committee is one of the most meaningful ways you can help the Shelburne Historical Society carry out its mission. Reporting to the Board of Directors, our standing committees oversee and carry out operations in a number of key areas. If you're interested in pitching in on any of the committees below, contact our Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Terms of Reference for these committees may be found on our Governance page.
The Facilities Committee ensures that the properties and buildings owned by the Shelburne Historical Society are well maintained and in keeping with the aesthetic and historical characteristics of the sites and surrounding community.
Revenue Generation Committee
The Revenue Generation Committee assists the Board in fulfilling its obligations relating to revenue generation, including charitable donations, social events, endowments and bequests, fundraising campaigns and other associated activities.
Human Resources Committee
The Human Resources Committee assists the Board in fulfilling its obligations relating to human resources, including recruitment, orientation, performance, compensation, training/professional development, succession and health and safety matters.
Reporting to the Board of Directors, and in collaboration with the Board and membership, the Governance Committee is charged with the review and revision of the mission statement and strategic plan of the Society.
Employing established fiscal policies and methods, the Finance Committee is charged with implementing and maintaining sound financial practices and procedures relating to the objectives of the Society.
The Communications Committee is responsible to the Board of Directors and members, and in collaboration with the Board, is charged with developing, maintaining and enforcing communications plans and policies in keeping with the Society’s objectives.
The Nominating Committee is responsible to the Board of Directors and members, and is charged with seeking, recruiting and soliciting nominations to fill potential vacancies on the Board and standing committees of the Society.