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Call for Nominations

Call for Nominations

Are you seeking to join a progressive volunteer organization where you can make a tangible difference in the accessibility and evolution of our Museum community?

Friends of the Royal Saskatchewan Museum is now seeking three new Board Members and welcomes all interested applicants. We are seeking to add additional capacity through new Indigenous representation, people with a current or past affiliation in the legal profession or with the business community as well as those with social media skills. Applicants are asked to submit a cover letter and resume detailing their career and volunteer paths while highlighting their interest in the Royal Saskatchewan Museum.

The Friends is a non-profit organization which provides services and financial assistance to the Royal Saskatchewan Museum (the “Museum”). Board members sit on various committees, including the Friends’ Governance Committee, Fundraising Committee or Audit & Finance Committee. The Governance Committee is responsible for the development of general Board policies and procedures, as well as the recruitment of new directors. The Fundraising Committee support our Executive Director with Fundraising. The Audit & Finance Committee is responsible for the financial management and oversight of the Friends.

Time Commitment
Board meetings are typically scheduled on a weekday night, 8 times per year. Board members typically spend 4 to 8 hours per month fulfilling their responsibilities to the Board and committee work. Successful candidates can expect to attend monthly meetings and are expected to actively participate in either fundraising or museum community engagement initiatives. Our Board offers a diverse, supportive environment to showcase your skills and a proven record of promoting the initiatives of the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in Regina, the Province and beyond.

The Friends seeks individuals who are enthusiastic about promoting and preserving Saskatchewan’s natural history and indigenous cultures. Those with legal background, external relations and community affiliation are particularly needed by the Board. However, we encourage all interested persons to apply. The Friends is particularly looking for persons of Indigenous ancestry to join our Board. Candidates must 18 years of age or older.  


If you wish to apply, review our Candidate Information Package, and submit your resume to the FRSM directly at We look forward to hearing from you!

Deadline: May 6, 2022.


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