Here is a great lifelong learning and civic engagement opportunity! You will learn a lot about our community and city government and perhaps find your perfect niche for civic engagement. Sign up soon to reserve your space!
The City of Charlottesville is accepting applications for the
2010 Neighborhood Leadership Institute
NLI will provide its participants with information on a range of subjects including City boards and commissions, the local economy, affordable housing, public safety and volunteer opportunities. The aim is to equip participants, through information and network opportunities, to take action and to mobilize others to engage our community in a positive way. Participants will be challenged to undertake a class project that will be presented in a formal way to City leaders at the conclusion of the series. Graduates of the program will also be presented with diplomas at a graduation ceremony.
The sessions are offered free of charge to anyone interested. Classes will run from 6:00 – 9:00 and will include dinner. Sign up early, space is limited! Applications will be received until class is full or until February 1, 2010
Applications can be found online at www.charlottesville.org
DATE SESSION 02/10/10 Intro. & Welcome 02/24/10 City Structure, City Council, Boards and Commissions 03/10/10 Planning and Development Review 101 03/24/10 Public Safety – Facility Tour 03/31/10 City Budget and CIP Overview 04/14/10 Transportation in Charlottesville Parks – Solving a Real Problem 04/28/10 Housing Panel 05/12/10 City Issues – Panel Discussion by Council and City Schools 05/26/10 The University and Local Economy/Environment and Green Building 06/02/10 Graduation/Project Presentation
Please direct any questions regarding NLI: Pilot Your City to Tierra Howard, Neighborhood Development Services – City Hall, 434-970-3182 or email@example.com
Via: Ric Barrick, Director of Communications, City of Charlottesville, VA
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