Apply to the Board!
Do you want to be a leader in your community? Are you interested in supporting a progressive vision for St. Anthony Park? Do you want to work with a dynamic nonprofit organization? We would love to have you!
You can provide your skills to the St. Anthony Park Community Council (SAPCC) as a Board Director. We are recruiting board members to represent more than 8,000 residents of St. Anthony Park on our District Council.
Applications are now open for the 2017 SAPCC Board of Directors through Monday, October 16!
Our board members direct the work of the St. Anthony Park Community Council (SAPCC) and weigh in on important community issues at monthly meetings. Board members also provide leadership to our four standing committees with other community members. Our Board approves the initiatives of each committee in addition to providing leadership for our organization. Board members can expect to spend about 5 hours per month supporting community meetings and projects over a 2-year term.
Please apply and encourage your neighbors to join you on our Board of Directors! Applications are due by Monday, October 16 at 11:59 pm. You can find the Board Candidate Application and instructions online at www.sapcc.org/vote.
Questions? Need a paper copy of the application? Contact Suyapa at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 651-649-5992.
Learn more about our current SAPCC Board of Directors on our website.
2017 SAPCC Board candidates will be voted in by St. Anthony Park residents to represent your community on the Council. Candidate information will be posted online at www.sapcc.org/vote after applications are collected.
Voting will be held online and in-person at neighborhood locations from October 23-November 6. Look for ballots at Speedy Market and Hampden Co-op during the 2 weeks before Municipal Elections, or vote online!
There are many ways to get involved at SAPCC! You can apply to join the Board of Directors, or join one of our four standing committees to get involved in issues you care about:
- Land Use