Volunteer for the Commission For Women
The office of Community Advocacy is looking for volunteers to serve as liason between the Advisory Boards and the Miami-Dade County community at large.
All volunteer members must be permanent residents of Miami-Dade County. In addition, members should have demonstrated an interest in the field, activity or sphere covered by the board.
The primary consideration in appointing volunteer members is to provide the board with the needed technical, professional, financial, business or administrative expertise.
Please note: all volunteers must pass a background check, provided by Miami-Dade County.
- For more information, please read the Standards for Creation and Review of Boards Generally.
Duties & Responsibilities
- To serve as an advisory capacity to the community and Miami-Dade County, in respect to all matters pertaining to the status of women, including but not limited to discrimination against women, employment of women, education of women, establishment of day care centers in the community, and attitudes towards women in the community, and to make periodic reports and recommendations to these bodies in respect of such matters.
- To serve as a medium for responsible persons to utilize and consult with in attempting to understand and solve the many complex problems involved with dealing with the status of women.
- To make findings and recommendations to the County Commission and the County administration regarding such matters as are presented to the Commission.
For more information, please read the Commission for Women Advisory Board Code of Ordinance
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