West CAP Online Volunteer Application  (Click HERE)

Current Volunteer Openings:

West CAP Low Income Board Representation

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. West CAP, (West Central Wisconsin Community Action Agency, Inc.) founded in 1965, operates a number of federal, state and locally funded programs designed to assist low-income people increase their self-reliance.

 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.

Membership Basics & Benefits

  • 4 Year Term – beginning May 10th, 2021
  • Meets 2nd Monday evening monthly (except December & July) in Menomonie
  • $100 meeting stipend, childcare & mileage reimbursement
  • Participate in Board training, strategic planning, and other activities
  • Represent your County shaping program services

If you are interested in becoming a low-income representative on the West CAP Board of Directors, please APPLY HERE OR complete Interest in Candidacy Form below and return by March 22nd, 2021.  There is also a place on the form to nominate someone you know that meets the above criteria to become a low-income Board member.  If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact Jessica 1/800-606-9227 or 715/265-4271, ext. 1321 or email jrudiger@wcap.org.

Fillable Application (email)

Printable Application (mail)

ONLINE Volunteer Application

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.