The Council for American Students in International Negotiations (CASIN) is currently seeking to augment its Board of Directors by adding two At-Large members. Founded in 2000, CASIN represents students in American colleges and universities in the international policy-making community by leading delegations of students to international conventions and publishing scholarly journals under student leadership. The Board of Directors is the executive body of the organization with a rotating chairmanship. Board members are responsible for participating in monthly meetings (some virtual, some in-person) to develop organizational strategy and engage in organizational building.
At-Large Members will acquire skills in non-profit management, governance and leadership by freely contributing to the Publications Committee, the Recruitment Committee, the Fundraising Committee and the Delegations Committee.
Prospective candidates should be college graduates, current graduate/law students or young professionals, with a dedicated interest in international human rights and cross-disciplinary background. Applicants need not reside in New York City, as most of the work can be completed remotely.
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