Steering Committee Application Form: Participatory Budgeting in Merced County Districts 1 & 2
Thank you for your interest in serving on the Steering Committee for Participatory Budgeting in Merced County Districts 1 & 2! Applications are due June 16, 2017, at 4:30 pm.

Applications will be reviewed by the Supervisors Rodrigo Espinoza & Lee Lor, with support from BHC Merced and PBP, to ensure that the Steering Committee represents the diversity of participating districts and a variety of resource organizations.

Steering Committee membership is open to: a) Residents of Districts 1 and 2 and, b) Community organizations, nonprofits, or public agencies serving Districts 1 and 2.

Not sure what district you're in? Visit this link: http://arcg.is/2qlfIdS

For more information on participatory budgeting, visit participatorybudgeting.org and watch this video: https://vimeo.com/162743651
I am applying to serve on the Steering Committee as a... *
Name *
Name of Organization (if applicable)
Representative's Position in Organization (if applicable)
Email *
Phone *
Address *
Why do you want to serve on the PB Steering Committee? (300 words max) *
Description of Organization (if applicable; 300 words max):
Which neighborhood(s) do you or your organization primarily work with or identify with? *
What demographic groups does your organization work with? (if applicable)
Which of the following Steering Committee activities would you plan to contribute to the most? *
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Optional: Are you interested in having your organization serve as a Steering Committee Co-Chair?
Steering Committee Co-Chairs will work with BHC Merced and the Participatory Budgeting Project to create agendas for and facilitate Steering Committee meetings and workshops, among other duties. Co-Chairs will be expected to commit approximately an additional 2-4 hours per month from August 2017 to June 2018.
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