The Genesys Works Associates Board (GWAB) is a group of dedicated supporters who fundraise, volunteer, and participate in events to support the mission of Genesys Works. GWAB members enjoy many activities and benefits, including:
The Genesys Works Associates Board (GWAB) holds one event per month. These events fall into one of three categories: Volunteering, Meeting, or Networking/Fundraising.
GWAB members are expected to build awareness and promote the mission of Genesys Works. Members are also expected to remain in an active/paid membership standing throughout the year (see more below, under “Membership”), attend and invite your networks to GWAB events, and help build the Associates Board community by continuously advocating for our cause and recruiting new members.
There is no minimum time commitment for meetings and/or events, but members are encouraged to attend at least 2 events per year. If members are interested in getting more involved, they can consider applying for an Executive Council role (information below).
During the summer, our Young Professionals spend 8-weeks in training; learning both technical and professional skills. The cost of training one student is $5,000. By becoming a member of the Genesys Works Associates Board, you will help support skills training for more than 200 students.
Members are expected to make either a monthly contribution to their membership fee ($25) or pay their membership fee annually in one lump sum ($250). There is also a Lifetime membership level available, where members can contribute a larger amount ($1,000) as a one-time donation, or a Corporate membership ($2,500), which includes unlimited annual memberships for anyone at your company.
In order to be contacted with more information and to be put on our mailing list, please fill out our Associates Board application.
If you’re interested in expanding your commitment to Genesys Works, consider joining the Executive Council, the leadership team responsible for overseeing and governing the efforts of the Associates Board. Executive Council members have increased responsibilities compared with general Associates Board members (outlined below). The Executive Council positions are elected for 1-year terms with the option to serve an additional year. Executive Council responsibilities include:
For more information, contact us.