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If you are a Registered Veterinary Technician in North Carolina that is interested in making a difference in your community, representing our profession, encouraging career development, and gaining useful leadership skills, consider joining or nominating a colleague for NCAVT's Executive Board!
 

Nominees, Applicants, and Nominators must be a Registered Veterinary Technician in North Carolina in good standing with the NCAVT Executive Board and the NCVMB. Nominations can also be made by Veterinarians in good standing with the NCVMB.
 

To submit a nomination for a colleague or to self-nominate, please fill out this Google Form:
 

https://forms.gle/tMkYtEQSKwoRqabV7
 

Applications and Nominations will be accepted 4/21/2024 - 4/28/2024 and will be reviewed by our Nomination Committee.

2024 Executive
Board
Nominations

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Executive Board Position Requirements

President

 

Requirements for Candidacy:

  • RVT in North Carolina in Good Standing with NCAVT and NCVMB

  • NCAVT Member for a Minimum of 2 Years

  • Currently Holds an Executive Board Position Consecutively for at Least the Past 2 Years

 

Duties of This Position:

  • Oversees NCAVT Meetings and Meeting Agendas

  • Writes a President’s Letter Addressing NCAVT Members for the NCAVT Newsletter

  • Collaborates with Other Veterinary Technician Associations to Reach Common Goals

  • Brings Concerns and Suggestions to the NCVMB Meetings as a Representative of NCAVT and RVT’s in NC

  • Supports Board Members with their Positions and Tasks

  • Ensures the Association is Running in Accordance with the NCAVT Bylaws

  • Supports Regular Communication of the Board with Members

 

President Elect    

 

  • NCAVT Member for a Minimum of 2 Years

  • Currently Holds an Executive Board Position Consecutively for at Least the Past 2 Years

  • Shadows the President

  • Assists Fellow Executive Board Members with Projects

  • Assists with Duties Necessary to Ensure the Association is Running Appropriately

  • Prepares to Move into the Presidents Position the Following Year

Vice President                                                                    

 

Requirements for Candidacy:

  • RVT in North Carolina in Good Standing with NCAVT and NCVMB

  • NCAVT Member for a Minimum of 2 Years

  • Currently Holds an Executive Board Position Consecutively for at Least the Past 2 Years

Duties of This Position:

  • Assists the NCAVT President with Duties and Projects

  • Steps Into the Presidency Role if the President is Unable to Perform their Duties

  • Contributes to the NCAVT Newsletter - Articles, Board Updates, etc

  • Collaborates Alongside the President with Other Veterinary Technician Associations to Reach Common Goals

  • Brings Concerns and Suggestions to the NCVMB Meetings as a Representative of NCAVT and RVT’s in NC Alongside the President

  • Attends Monthly NCAVT Meeting

Secretary                                                                                     

 

Requirements for Candidacy:

  • RVT in North Carolina in Good Standing with NCAVT and NCVMB

  • NCAVT Member for a Minimum of 1 Years

  • Currently Holds an Executive Board Position for at Least the Past Year

 

Duties of This Position:​

  • Responsible for Taking and Maintaining Minutes for all Board Meetings and Conferences

  • Keeps a Current Record of All NCAVT Members

  • Sends Newsletter to NCAVT Members via Mail or E-Mail and/or Ensures The Newsletter is Posted for Viewing

  • Answers E-Mails on Behalf of NCAVT

  • Supplies the Board Members Attending the VMT Program Graduations and Pinning Ceremonies with a Copy of the Veterinary Technician Oath

  • Keeps Record of Conference Attendees and Supplies CE Certificates

Treasurer                                                                            

 

Requirements for Candidacy:

  • RVT in North Carolina in Good Standing with NCAVT and NCVMB

  • NCAVT Member for a Minimum of 1 Year

  • Former Board Members Interested In Returning Must Have Departed from the Board Amicably and Held at Minimum a Member at Large Position for 2 Consecutive Years

 

Duties of This Position:

  • Maintains the NCAVT Accounts

  • Proposes and Maintains a Yearly Budget

  • Files the 501(c)3 Non-Profit Tax-Exempt Paperwork

Newsletter Coordinator                          

 

Requirements for Candidacy:

  • RVT in North Carolina in Good Standing with NCAVT and NCVMB

  • NCAVT Member for a Minimum of 1 Year

  • Former Board Members Interested In Returning Must Have Departed from the Board Amicably and Held at Minimum a Member at Large Position for 2 Consecutive Years

 

Duties of This Position:

  • Creates Content and Oversees Design of the NCAVT Newsletter

  • Obtains Pertinent Articles and News Affecting Veterinary Technicians for the Newsletter

  • Reaches Out to Members for Newsletter Input - Articles, Hospital News, etc.

  • Works with the Public Relations Coordinator to Ensure the Newsletter is Advertised Appropriately

  • Works with the Members at Large to Ensure all VMT School Information is UTD

  • Attends Monthly NCAVT Meeting

Education Coordinator                          

 

Requirements for Candidacy:

  • RVT in North Carolina in Good Standing with NCAVT and NCVMB

  • NCAVT Member for a Minimum of 1 Year

  • Former Board Members Interested In Returning Must Have Departed from the Board Amicably and Held at Minimum a Member at Large Position for 2 Consecutive Years

 

Duties of This Position:

  • Coordinates the Fall and Spring Conferences and any Other CE Hosted by NCAVT

  • Determines Time, Date, and Location of the Event

  • Organizes Speakers, Lecture Tracks and Overall Conference Schedule

  • Maintains Log of Speakers and Topics

  • Assembles the Conference Proceedings and Ensures the Public Relations Coordinator is Able to Publish or Send to Attendees

  • Organizes Breakfast and Lunch for Attendees

  • Organizes Vendors and Works With Fundraising Coordinator to Secure Sponsors for the Event

  • Submits CE Approval to the NCVMB

  • Attends Monthly NCAVT Meeting

NAVTA Representative

                             

Requirements for Candidacy:

  • RVT in North Carolina in Good Standing with NCAVT and NCVMB

  • An Active Member of NAVTA

 

Duties of This Position:

  • Responsible for Being Aware of the National Trends in the Veterinary Technician and Veterinary Assistant Fields

  • Acts as a Liaison Between NCAVT and NAVTA when Needed and Submit Short Articles Regarding NCAVT Activities and Conferences for Publication in the NAVTA Journal

  • Attends the NAVTA Leadership Conferences as a Representative for NCAVT

  • Works Closely with the Public Relations Coordinator to Help Promote National Veterinary Technician Week

Fundraising Coordinator                         

 

Requirements for Candidacy:

  • RVT in North Carolina in Good Standing with NCAVT and NCVMB

  • NCAVT Member for a Minimum of 1 Year

  • Former Board Members Interested In Returning Must Have Departed from the Board Amicably and Held at Minimum a Member at Large Position for 2 Consecutive Years

 

Duties of This Position:

  • Organizes Outreach Events In Order to Raise Funds for NCAVT

  • Deciding on the Event, Location, Date, and Time

  • Being the Main Contact for the Venue Site Coordinator and Completing Necessary Paperwork

  • Works with the PR Coordinator to Advertise the Event

  • Works with the Treasurer to Cover Costs

  • Works with the NCAVT Board to Determine Gifts and/or Prizes for the Event

  • Collaborates with the NCAVT Board to Obtain Donation Opportunities Including Events and Fundraisers

  • Networks with Hospitals, Schools, and Organizations to Create Partnerships and Sponsorships

  • Attends Monthly NCAVT Meeting

Public Relations Coordinator  

Requirements for Candidacy:

  • RVT in North Carolina in Good Standing with NCAVT and NCVMB

  • NCAVT Member for a Minimum of 1 Year

  • Former Board Members Interested In Returning Must Have Departed from the Board Amicably and Held at Minimum a Member at Large Position for 2 Consecutive Years

 

Duties of This Position:

  • Creates Print and Digital Media for NCAVT, Tracks Engagement of Media

  • Maintains NCAVT Website and Social Media Sites

  • Acts as a First Line of Contact for Social Media Inquiries and Maintains the NCAVT Email Inbox

  • Assists the Education Coordinator and Fundraising Coordinator in Promoting the NCAVT Conferences, CE Opportunities, and NCAVT Sponsored Events

  • Assists the NAVTA Representative in Promoting National Veterinary Technician Week

  • Assists Newsletter Coordinator in Creation and Publication of NCAVT Newsletter

  • Advertises Upcoming Events, Elections, and Other Important NCAVT News

  • Attends Monthly NCAVT Meeting

NCVMB RVT Representative  

                                      

  • Currently Serving on the NCVMB as an RVT

  • Acts as a Liaison Between the NCAVT and the NC Veterinary Medical Board (NCVMB)

  • Keeps the NCAVT Board Informed of What is Going on with the NCVMB, Especially when it Pertains to Registered Veterinary Technicians in State of North Carolina

Member at Large (Western, Central, and Eastern Positions)    

 

Requirements for Candidacy:

  • RVT in North Carolina in Good Standing with NCAVT and NCVMB

  • NCAVT Member for a Minimum of 1 Year

Duties of This Position:

  • Executes the Directives of the Officers of the Board

  • Assists in the Formation of and Serves as Advisors for Committees within the Association

  • Increases Diversity by Filling any Voids in the Board's Leadership with the Purpose of Adding Further Experience, Expertise, and Insight in the Veterinary Field and Among the Association's Members

  • Promotes the NCAVT at the Annual Meeting and to the General Public

  • Helps Maintain Good Relations with Other Organizations within the Veterinary Field

  • Serves as a Liaison Between Members and the Board of Directors to Communicate Member's Issues, Needs, and Interests

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