Apply to be a Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commissioner
Applications are still being accepted to serve on the City of Minneapolis’ Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission (NCEC). This commission was created to work with the Neighborhood and Community Relations department to provide overall direction on the City's community engagement efforts. Through the input and work of the Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission, residents, community and neighborhood organizations will play a key role in enhancing and shaping how the City engages its residents.
The Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission also advises the Mayor, City Council and other City Departments on community issues and needs related to community participation and the City's community participation system.
Applicants with diverse backgrounds such as race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, physical abilities, religious beliefs, political beliefs, or other ideologies are strongly encouraged to apply.
The application period closes on April 29, 2011. To apply, please go to the Boards & Commissions website/.
Published Apr. 25, 2011