The Truro & Colchester Partnership for Economic Prosperity (TCPEP), a regional enterprise network representing the Truro & Colchester Region, is recruiting 2-3 volunteers for a three (3) year term on its Board of Directors.

TCPEP was formed through a partnership of the Truro & Colchester Chamber of Commerce, the Towns of Truro and Stewiacke, Millbrook First Nation and the County of Colchester. Led by a Board of Directors with extensive business experience, TCPEP operates as a regional connector among economic development partners, supporting business growth/retention and providing regional leadership on economic development priorities.

Application Process:
The deadline for receipt of applications is May 1, 2024.

Applications are invited from the TCPEP stakeholder community and the general public.

Candidates are being sought with combined skills and experience in business, industry, corporate governance, financial stewardship, strategic planning, communications, partnership development, stakeholder relations, and expertise in law, accounting, human resources, economic development, and entrepreneurship.

Preference will be given to members from diverse community/business groups (indigenous, persons with a disability, persons of colour or African Nova Scotians, LGBTQ2+, and youth.)

For consideration, please submit a resume or brief bio to Raelee Rath, Chair of Recruitment Committee: Tel. 902-305-0441 or

The Board of Directors is required to meet a minimum of six (6) times annually, but typically meet monthly. Meeting dates and times will be established to suit the Board’s needs.

The Nominating & Recruitment Committee oversee the director selection process, which involves:

  • Reviewing of applications;
  • Assessing applicants’ qualifications, experience, and competencies according to the competencies matrix;
  • Nominating qualified candidates to the Liaison and Oversight Committee for approval.

The Nominating and Recruitment Committee will strive for geographic and sectoral inclusion, as well as diversity of gender, ethnicity, and age reflective of our region.


  • Applicants must be the age of majority;
  • Must not be a federal, provincial or municipal government employee or an elected official;
  • Must not be an employee of a partner agency.
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