SCI Eastern North Quality of Life Plan Implementation
SCI Eastern North is deep in a Quality-of-Life Planning process, and we need your help! Each month between January and April we will be holding task force meetings for residents, community leaders and stakeholders to help create the community plan. Check the calendar for the date and location of the next meeting, in addition to other important events.
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NAC- Neighborhood Advisory Subcommittee (NAS)
Is a community based organized team that gives voice to its community residents and serves as a liaison to the City and State about concerns and problems that exist in their neighborhood.
The NAS sub-committee members are ambassadors that will work along with APM giving information of concern to about neighborhood conditions, needs, and problems. The NAC committee uses this information to formulate programs to address issues of their concerns.
NAS sub-committee members recruit interested residents, attend monthly meetings, and can participate in leadership development programs created opportunities.
Serving as a member of the NAC can bring about great change for your neighborhood and community.
Nomination forms can be found in the Tools & Publications tab.
SCI Community Connectors
SCI Eastern North is looking for motivated, responsible, and dedicated folks to be part of our Community Connectors. The SCI Community Connectors will be responsible for conducting community canvassing and outreach efforts targeting residents and community resources as part of SCI Eastern North’s community building efforts. Community Connectors members will also represent SCI Eastern North at community events like festivals, street fairs, etc. This is a great way to gain valuable experience while supporting community development in the SCI Eastern North neighborhood.
Must be a social, outgoing, high-energy individual who is enthusiastic about working with people and community building. If you are interested in helping SCI Eastern North execute community canvassing, resident engagement support and special events|campaigns, please apply today.
Community Connectors will work with the SCI EN Team and Working Groups in the implementation of community campaigns focusing on quality of life issues.
Community Connectors will be engaged 5 to 15 hours per week and will receive a stipend. Please be advised that Community Connectors will also be compensated for their training hours.
For more information please contact:
Marangeli Mejia Rabell - firstname.lastname@example.org|215.235.6070