Board Nomination Process

The Nominations Committee members release a Call for Board Nominations to the ARCS community at large in January. Self-nominations of interested candidates are submitted via e-mail directly to the ARCS Vice President.

Complete, submitted candidacy materials of eligible candidates are organized, reviewed, and spot-checked by the Nominations Committee. Two members of the Nominations Committee are then assigned to interview each prospective candidate. The interview questions, current ARCS Strategic Plan, membership profile information, and a list of the committee Chairs and board Liaisons are shared with each candidate in advance of their interview.
Following the interviews of the candidates, the Nominations Committee members discuss the candidate’s interview responses, and compile those responses in a central document. Following this discussion, the Nominations Committee then submits a summary report to the ARCS Board of Directors with their recommendations for candidates. 
Finally, the Board of Directors unanimously votes for the final slate of nominees to be put forward to the general membership for a vote.
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