Commission on the Status of Women (COSW) is accepting applications for
Commission positions beginning July 1, 2013.
Established in 1981, the
COSW acts in an
advisory role to the City Council and City Management on matters
pertaining to women and girls in Santa Monica.
The commission meets on
the third Wednesday of every month at Ken Edwards Center, 1527 4th Street in Santa Monica at 7 pm.
a total of nine members, the COSW is actively implementing its
2010-2015 Strategic Plan outlining the following key priority
areas for women and girls in Santa Monica:
-- Continuing to gather and understand data about girls and women in Santa
-- Creating awareness of domestic violence and safety issues;
-- Supporting mentoring and leadership opportunities;
-- Fostering career, political and volunteer opportunities; and
-- Identifying and publicizing resources in Santa Monica.
Candidates must be a resident of the City of Santa Monica and
committed to attending meetings, held every second Wednesday at 7PM, and
participate in additional projects, as necessary to achieve its
forms and information are available at Santa Monica City Hall, 1685
Main Street, Santa Monica, Information Booth (lobby)
or in the City Clerk’s Office, Room 102 by noon on Tuesday, June 18,
2013. You may request an application by mail by calling 310.458.8211, or you may apply through the City’s website at: http://www.santa-monica.org/departments/clerk/boards/vacancies.aspx.
Applications are also accepted on an ongoing basis for future vacancies. Only the candidates appointed will be notified.
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