Each new board member will receive an orientation session. This session may include but not be limited to consensus decision making, the collective agreement, OPIRG’s Constitution, Board roles and responsibilities, anti-oppression, conflict-resolution and anti-harassment/anti-discrimination.
Based on the needs of the board, specific training sessions will be organized to allow you to develop your skills. Some examples might be anti-racism/ anti-oppression, consensus decision making, financial accountability, non-profit board management etc. Your attendance is required.