What is the Associate Board Member Program?
The Associate Board Member (or ABM) program was designed to give Cobb County students (High School Juniors and Seniors or those attending a college located in Cobb County) the opportunity to learn the benefits of working with a non-profit organization entrusted to educate, beautify and enhance our community. This program allows students to participate at a higher level within a community organization, help with our various events and assist volunteers in making positive impacts within Cobb County. These benefits translate to school-wide opportunities, building community service hours and are an excellent highlight on their college resume. Most importantly, you will have fun!
Because of the level of commitment, we are not always looking for the class leaders or those involved with several clubs or organizations. As an ABM, you will be required to attend Board meetings, participate in various committees, volunteer and help run KCB events, and complete a project related to our Mission. As an ABM you will also be invited to represent KCB at luncheons and ceremonies. ABMs will be involved with outreach to local civic groups and schools and have the opportunity for college scholarships.