New Practitioner Director

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SUBMIT NOMINATION FORM FOR NEW PRACTITIONER DIRECTOR HERE

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must be a New Practitioner Member in good standing.
  • Experience as a member of a District or Student Chapter Board of Directors desired.
  • Experience as a CalChiro Delegate desired (when applicable).
  • Must be a New Practitioner member at the time of election and be able to serve two years while still a New Practitioner member.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Will help focus the board on the needs of newer DCs and new leaders.
  • Serves as liaison to one or more CalChiro districts.
  • Serves as liaison to one or more CalChiro committees and task forces.
  • Attends the Annual Conference, Legislative Day and other CalChiro activities.
  • Assists in promoting the CalChiro-PAC and educating members. 
  • Attends Orientation for CalChiro Committees and Task Forces, 1 day per year.
  • Attends District President Meetings when held in the same general area of the State.

TIME COMMITMENT ESTIMATE

  • The New Practitioner Director can expect to spend a minimum of 10-15 days attending CalChiro related meetings and performing CalChiro activities.
  • The CalChiro New Practitioner Director can expect to spend approximately 2 hours per week reading CalChiro material, preparing for CalChiro activities and communicating with CalChiro members.