Loudoun County is now accepting applications from individuals interested in serving on the newly created Loudoun County Human Services Strategic Plan Advisory Committee.
The committee will implement the strategies outlined in the Human Services Strategic Plan, which aims to meet the county’s human service needs such as affordable health care, child care and housing.
Applications are being accepted through September 30, 2019, from individuals representing four specific areas:
- Faith-based organizations;
- Funders or grantmakers who provide financial support to human services programs;
- Individuals or families who have received human services from Loudoun County government; and
- Underrepresented populations in Loudoun County, such as (but not necessarily limited to) youth, transition-aged youth, older adults, people with disabilities, low-income persons or families, foreign-born persons or families, and/or representing cultural diversity.
“We’re seeking community volunteers to serve on this committee as we work together to address these critical areas of need for Loudoun County,” said Assistant County Administrator Valmarie Turner.
Representative committee members, who will be chosen by the County Administrator, will serve two-year terms, with a limit of three terms. The committee will meet at least six times per year for two hours per meeting; meetings are expected to begin in October 2019.
Individuals should prepare a resume and a short statement regarding their interest in serving on the committee. Individuals who do not have a resume may submit a letter of interest. To apply, and to learn more about the plan, visit loudoun.gov/HumanServicesPlan.
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