Join the MNAPT board to share your expertise, connect with other members and collaborate with your peers. Consider joining the team to help provide guidance and direction while planning the annual state conference, and other training and networking opportunities. We need more great minds like yours to help foster a strong and diverse team of board members. Please consider how YOU can contribute to our wonderful play therapy community!!
To be eligible for President or Vice-President, one must have held one or more MNAPT Board positions for at least one full term. All other positions, i.e. Secretary, Treasurer, Board Member At Large, do not need prior experience.
Please consider your nomination for the next election in May 2022.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What exactly does it mean to be a part of the MN APT Board? Board members meet together 6-10 times per year to plan things like our annual conference, budget, community engagement, and member outreach. Most meetings are virtual and two times per year we come together in person for a longer meeting (which usually involves snacks and lunch!). The MN APT Board coordinates on tasks via email between meetings.
Do I need to live in the Twin Cities to serve on the MN APT Board? Definitely not! Our members come from all over Minnesota and the majority of meetings are virtual to accommodate board members who aren't in Twin Cities area.
What are the benefits of serving on the MN APT Board? There are tons of benefits to serving on the MN APT Board! Being on the board means you have excellent opportunities to network with other Play Therapists in Minnesota, plan what speakers are most needed for the Minnesota Play Therapy Community, and you get to give back to other play therapists in Minnesota!
Not quite ready for MN APT Board Membership?
There are so many ways to get involved with Minnesota Association for Play Therapy! Check out other ways to get involved by connecting with MNAPT HERE or learn more about volunteering HERE!
Feel free to reach out to the Minnesota Association for Play Therapy HERE to see if you would be a good fit for board membership!