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  • Aspire develops confident, capable individuals—from early childhood to adults pursuing careers—who value learning as a gateway to a better life. Programs include adult and family literacy—English language acquisition and GED preparation—and workforce training programs.

    Founded in 1961 as Literacy Instruction for Texas (LIFT), the organization was renamed Aspire in 2020 after the merger between LIFT and the Aberg Center for Literacy.

    If you are interested in serving on this board, please contact Linda Johnson at lindajohnson@aspiretolearn.org


  • The board is seeking three new members to serve three-year terms beginning in summer. Aspire aims to diversify its board membership, especially including women of color, and prefers experienced professionals and community volunteers on the board.

    Members are required to understand and execute the basic responsibilities of nonprofit boards, which include establishing organizational identity, ensuring effective planning, ensuring adequate financial resources, selecting the chief executive, building a competent board, and enhancing the organization’s public standing.

    • Meet monthly on the third Wednesday of the month from 4 to 5:30 pm.
    • Actively participate in at least one board committee.
    • Make a financial contribution (giving or receiving) of $2,500 annually, which can be in the form of personal contributions and/or support of fundraising events.
    • Sign an annual conflict-of-interest disclosure and update it during the year if necessary, as well as disclose potential conflicts before meetings and actual conflicts during meetings.
  • They are seeking three new board members.


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