Board Training for
Young Leaders Society Cohort
X REALIZE Board Training Program
Board Training for Young Professionals
Free to YLS Members
The Young Leaders Society Cohort by REALIZE Board Training Program is an initiative to increase the involvement of young professionals on nonprofit governing boards.
Participants expand their skill set, grow their networks and make the community a better place through a series of board trainings tailored specifically for young professionals.
Graduates will be provided connections to nonprofits and recognized throughout the El Paso community for their commitment to becoming responsible and successful local leaders.
About YLS by REALIZE
Courses are led by BoardSource certified trainers, the gold-standard leader in board leadership that supports, trains and educates nonprofit leaders across the country and around the world.
Roles & Responsibilities
Increase your understanding of the individual roles and responsibilities of individual board members; the board’s role in ensuring necessary resources; and the board’s role in setting organizational direction.
Structuring a High-Performance Board
Increase your understanding in board’s role in the board building cycle, the board structure, and the partnership between the board and CEO.
Increase your understanding in board’s role in fundraising fundamentals, stages of fundraising and the fundraising team.
Fiscal Oversight & Accountability
Increase your understanding in board’s role in nonprofit accounting, reviewing financial statements, and fiscal policies and procedures.
When & Where
Course One: Sat., June 12, 2021
Course Two: Sat., June 26, 2021
Course Three: Sat., July 10, 2021
Course Four: Sat., July 24, 2021
Location & Time
Stanton Tower Auditorium
100 N. Stanton
Training - 8A - 12P
May 1, 2021
What People are Saying
The REALIZE Board Training gave me the confidence to ask the right questions before joining a nonprofit board and better asses the ones I currently serve on. Thanks to the trainings, I have a better understanding of the main functions of a well-operated board as well as acknowledge my role in the grand scheme of it. Every training I have attended I have learned something new.
YLS Advisory Board President
This program is important for young professionals to understand their critical role in board governance. Becoming a board member is a legal and fiduciary responsibility, and requires accountability and to the community and its organizational stakeholders. The program will help young professionals understand their roles & responsibilities, understand the importance of a high-performance board; how to fundraise, and their role in fiscal oversight and accountability.
Dr. Michael Kelly,
Paso del Norte Health Foundation
Vice President of Programs
The City Magazine
Paso Del Norte Children's Development Center
El Paso Electric
Jose De la Cruz
The Hospitals of Providence - Memorial Campus
Jon Taylor Muir
Texas Gas Service
The Hospitals of Providence - Sierra Campus
El Paso Chihuahuas
Texas Gas Service