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Online board application form

This application form is for screening purposes only. It will be reviewed and you may be contacted to submit a resume. You may also be asked to attend an interview. If there is a match, you may be asked to participate on a board committee as a first step and you will participate in board training and orientation.

METRAC is a community-based, not-for-profit organization dedicated to preventing and ending violence against women, youth, and children. We work from an anti-oppression, non-discriminatory framework. Our volunteer Board of Directors is the public trustee for METRAC. As a member of the board, a director acts in a position of trust for the community and is responsible for the effective governance of the organization. Directors are elected by the membership at the Annual General Meeting and serve a two-year term with possibility of re-election for two additional terms.

Note: METRAC welcomes applications from diverse people, especially members of historically marginalized communities. Unfortunately, METRACís office space is currently not wheelchair accessible.

General information

*Mailing address:
Email address:
*Phone number:
Cell phone:

Specific information

*I am 18 years of age or older. I understand METRAC works to end violence and promote the right of diverse women, youth, and children to live free from violence, and I endorse this mission.

Note: If you are over 15 years of age or older, you can participate by becoming a voting member of METRAC. If you are 16 years of age or older, you can participate by becoming a volunteer.
*Please outline how you learned about METRAC and your reasons for applying to become a board member.

*Please list your experience, skills and/or special interests that might be useful to METRACís work and goals.

*What does the term violence against women mean to you?

*Please outline your understanding of the terms anti-oppression and systemic discrimination.

Please indicate which area(s) of board governance you hold knowledge and skills (choose all that apply):

Human resources
Inclusion and access (anti-oppressive framework)
Resource development
Social action
Planning and evaluation
We welcome applications from diverse people. With which communities do you identify (e.g. racialized communities, LGBTTIQQ2S communities, Deaf communities, Aboriginal communities, youth communities, faith communities, etc.)?

*Can you make the required two-year term commitment (approximately 5 hours per month) for being a board member at METRAC? Please explain.

Please give any additional information about yourself that you wish to share.


*I declare that all of the information on this form is true and complete to my knowledge.