APPLICATION FOR CIVIC TRUSTEESHIP
The Qualities of Civic Trusteeship
The Civic Trusteeship Application provides you with an opportunity to tell us a little about yourself.
Some things to consider as you complete this very brief application:
Leadership is demonstrated in many ways. You don’t need to hold office or run a company to be considered a leader. Civic Trustees are leaders in their community who have been successful in helping other people to accomplish a goal. This sort of leadership can come from coaching or captaining a team, starting a club, or managing a community project. There is no one way to lead, so please share your unique experience with us.
Civic Trustees have a special relationship with their city. Whether you live, work, or attend school there, all Civic Trustees share a passion and commitment to making their city stronger than it is today.
We look forward to getting to know you and hope to hear your pragmatic solutions for your City as a Civic Trustee.
What is your full name?
What is the best phone number to reach you during weekday business hours?
What is your home address?
What is the best email address to reach you?
Which Civic Trust are you applying to?
Perth Amboy, NJ
What is your relationship with your City?
I live here.
I work here.
I go/went to school here.
I grew up here.
Are you on social Media?
Please list all of your social media names for Facebook and Twitter. If you are not, please indicate that below.
Please indicate which issue areas you are most interested in:
(pick up to three)
Government Efficiency & Waste Cutting
Do you have any additional information about yourself that you would like to share with us?
You may want to share your current involvement in your community, what interested you to apply, or what you hope to gain as a civic trustee. *Your response to this section is optional*
By clicking on the box below, you pledge to leave your community better than you found it by
1) Searching for solutions instead of simply pointing out problems 2) Working on solutions that are "doable" -- that are cost effective and based on evidence of success 3) Pursuing the adoption of solutions with a no-blame approach.
I pledge to leave my community better than I found it by pursuing pragmatic solutions instead of just pointing out problems and assigning blame
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