Lynnwood’s Human Services Commission seeks volunteer to fill vacant position

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Lynnwood’s Human Services Commission is seeking a volunteer to serve in a vacant position on the commission.

The Human Services Commission is an advisory commission of the City of Lynnwood focusing on meeting the needs of the city’s lower income residents, the homeless, seniors, veterans, victims of abuse, youth and other under-served populations. The group provides advice and recommendations to the Mayor and City Council in regards to meeting the human services needs of the greater Lynnwood community.

The Human Services Commission was established in November of 2015. There is currently one vacancy on the Human Services Commission.

Members of the Commission shall be appointed to a three-year term. Members shall represent the general citizenry and have an interest in human services and a commitment to human services. Individuals with knowledge and understanding of human services, such as a background that provides experience in addressing the needs of youth, seniors, veterans, homeless, is highly desirable. Veterans or individuals with experience working with veterans encouraged to apply.

Next Meeting: Thursday, April 5, 2017, 6:30 p.m. at Lynnwood City Hall.

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More Info: To find out more about this opportunity visit the Human Services Webpage, or contact Leah Jensen at 425-670-5001 or [email protected].


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