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f/d Board Member of Volt There

Volt there
Volt There’s ambition is to emphasize the importance of the rule of law by strengthening and safeguarding democratic values. This means initiating and enabling civic participation, as well as facilitating equality and emancipation. In a broad sense, the foundation aims to generally strengthen and unify European society.

The foundation is fairly new, which means that together, you with the team, have the chance to develop the foundation and take important and innovative steps forward.

Thus, together with the other board members and colleagues, you will decide what steps that need to be taken and which (new) participation tools can be implemented to reach these goals. We look at how we can facilitate Volt chapters individually and how to bring them together. We are also looking into how we could spread our values and help other countries outside of Europe by establishing partnerships. For now, we have a small budget, nevertheless we together can make a conscious effort to impact our European society. 


Your role
The board meets once every three months. The required hours per week therefore are limited. The meetings are hybrid (online and in person), so it doesn’t matter whether you live in The Netherlands or somewhere else in Europe. You do not have to be a Volt member, the only requirement in that sense is that you adhere to Volt There’s main focus. The essential task as a board member includes: attending board meetings, giving input regarding the initiatives proposed (projects, VDS, and other) throughout Europe, as well as strategizing on the Volt There’s vision and aim for the next year(s) to come and how to implement this in practice. 


Does this sound interesting? You can contact Jason Halbgewachs for any questions via Apply by sending your motivation letter and CV before 30 June 2023 to

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