Megan Shandro, long known for her work as the City’s Youth Liaison is stepping down from that position to work one-on-one with youth and families through Community Connections.
She said in an e0-mail that while she has spoken about her decision to some people she wanted to “formally let people know that I have accepted a new full time job” with Community Connections.
“I look forward to shifting my focus and doing more one-on-one work with youth and families in our community,” she said. “Over the past four years, I have had the opportunity to work on many exciting initiatives and projects. I’d like to thank all of you who have supported me and who will continue to support the Youth Initiative for years to come. I look forward to passing things over to a new Youth Liaison.”
On that note, she said the City is now inviting proposals from applicants interested in becoming the next Youth Liaison. This is a part-time (30 hours per week) contract position funded through the Columbia Basin Trust Basin Youth Network program.
CLICK HERE to view the Youth Liaison Job Description.
CLICK HERE to view the Youth Liaison 2016 Work Plan.
If you have any further questions about this opportunity, please contact Alan Mason by emailing email@example.com.
Applications must be submitted by 12 noon on Friday July 22.