USA Dance Minnesota Chapter #2011 is a local chapter of the national organization of USA Dance; a nationwide nonprofit organization of thousands of volunteers who love ballroom dancing, and appreciate the excitement and romance, as well as the social and health benefits, that ballroom dancing brings into their lives.
Our mission is to improve the quality and quantity of ballroom dancing in the greater Minneapolis-St. Paul area, to promote ballroom dancing in the Twin Cities, and to help interested individuals connect with the ballroom dance community.
Some activities we engage in to fulfill our mission:
- Hold monthly social dances.
- Provide information about social dance opportunities.
- Provide information about local dance studios.
- Support local collegiate programs.
- Perform ballroom dance demonstrations.
- Sponsor youth programs.
We are a non-profit volunteer organization, so for any of our activities to function, we need volunteers. If you would like to volunteer to support the organization in some way, or to join the organization, contact us for more information.
Our mission is to improve the quality and the quantity of ballroom dancing in the Twin Cities.
USA Dance-Minnesota seeks to fill vacancies on its Board of Directors. This opportunity would allow you to participate in directing the activities of the local chapter of USA Dance.
The Board of Director terms run from January, 2017 through December, 2018. This is a two-year opportunity and we request a commitment for that period of time. You must be a member of USA Dance, be at least 18 years old, and have a desire to help USA Dance-Minnesota to fulfill its mission of improving the quantity and quality of ballroom dance in the Twin Cities!
We welcome all inquiries, including social dancers, competitive dancers, professional instructors, studio owners, and dancesport supporters.
If you're interested in this opportunity, please send an email to President Leland Whitney at: email@example.com . Please respond by December 30th so you may receive full and fair consideration.