The name of the organization shall be Radhoc Youth Leadership and hereafter be referred to as Radhoc.
The Board of Directors shall be responsible for the oversight of Radhoc. All individuals sitting on the Board of Directors shall hereafter be referred to as the Directors.
The Executive Committee shall be responsible for the operations of Radhoc. All individuals sitting on the Executive Committee shall hereafter be referred to as Committee Members.
By-youth, for-youth leadership development.
Fostering active citizenship and group leadership skills among youth through peer-led activities and programs.
The youth that Radhoc train will become tomorrow’s leaders: they will be open-minded, capable, ethical, and never forget the communities they came from when creating social change.
Provide opportunities to youth in support of Radhoc’s mission that are innovative, interactive, independence-building, inspiring, and impact-making.
Empower youth to become leaders in creating positive change within the local, national and/or international community.
Create all content in accordance with the five I’s: Innovative, Interactive, Independence-Building, Inspiring, Impact-Making.
Foster leadership and personal development within the committee itself as well as with our partners and/or collaborators.
Maintain a focus on social issues.
Provide experiential learning opportunities to youth throughout Newfoundland and Labrador.
Regularly host events based on our objectives.
Actively network and seek collaboration opportunities.
Provide collaborative education within the committee itself when needed.
Maintain engagement with youth through all activities.
Radhoc Youth Leadership shall not operate for financial gain of its members, and shall, therefore, be considered a non-profit organization. Neither Radhoc nor its members are allowed to carry on any trade, industry, or business. Radhoc and its members shall not carry on any operations that result in a personal gain for any of the members. Any surplus or any accretions of the Society shall be used solely for the purposes of the Society and the promotion of its objects.
9: ORGANIZATION LOCATION
The office of Radhoc Youth Leadership shall be located in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador in the country of Canada. See Bylaws for Radhoc Youth Leadership’s current address.
10: AMENDING THE CONSTITUTION
All amendments to the Constitution must be ratified by the vote of two thirds or greater of the Board at the Annual General Meeting.
The vote can take place either in person or virtually.
Members of the Board are permitted to vote by proxy if they cannot attend the Annual General Meeting, wherein the proxy must be a member of the Board or the Executive Committee.