West CAP has immediate openings for a low-income representative from Barron, Pepin, Polk , and St. Croix Counties for our Board of Directors to fill mid-terms. Meetings are held monthly on Monday evenings.
Federal Poverty Guidelines – Gross Monthly Income at or below – Self Declared
|Each Additional Person
This is an excellent opportunity to assist our organization with developing programs that meet the needs of the community as well as gain personal/professional experience as a Board of Directors member. Our meetings are once a month (except July & December) in Menomonie, WI. Currently we are conducing meetings virtually and in-person based on the time of year. We will reimburse your mileage, childcare, and pay a $150 monthly meeting stipend. We also provide a meal prior to the start of any in-person meeting.
The mission of West CAP is to take action against poverty by developing the social and economic assets of low-income families and their communities and by working to create a more just and sustainable society.
Community Action Agencies serve nearly 11 million low-income people yearly in 96 percent of the nation’s counties. There are 16 Community Action Agencies in Wisconsin and West CAP represents seven counties within the state: Barron, Chippewa, Dunn, Pepin, Pierce, Polk, and St. Croix. West CAP is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of elected local public officials, representatives of the low-income community, and appointed leaders from the private sector. Please refer to our web site to learn more about the current programs administered: www.westcap.org.