Community Action 2015: A New Year for Action
2015 Management and Leadership Training Conference
January 6-8, 2015
Marriott Laguna Cliffs
Dana Point, CA
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2015 Annual Convention
August 25-28, 2015
San Francisco Marriott Marquis
San Francisco, CA
Community Action: 50 Years of Moving Forward
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Partnership CEO Search
The Partnership is pleased to open its search for its new Chief Executive Officer. This national leadership position can best support Community Action through the application of a range of skills and experience. The job announcement and description can be found here. The search will remain open until the position is filled.
Thanks to all who took part in our survey.
Community Action Partnership is seeking to hire a full-time Controller
The Community Action Partnership Board of Directors has been working over the past year on a strategic plan to set the future direction of the Partnership. While it is still on draft form, we shared it at the Membership meeting held at the Annual Convention in August and are pleased to share it with the Network here.
Coverage to Care: Using Benefits, Improving Health
The Partnership is continuing its efforts to support access to health care. Please click here to go to access more information.
Deadline for Submissions to The Promise Fall 2014 issue is Friday, October 17
Honor 50 Years of Community Action!
Proposed Organizational Standards and
The Partnership is pleased to announce that the Proposed Organizational Standards and Implementation Framework was delivered to the Office of Community Services on July 10, 2013. Thank you to the Community Action Network for your time and efforts that fed into this process.
As we state in the final document, “The process of creating the Standards has been a national undertaking of the Community Action Network, on a scale not seen since the Monitoring and Assessment Task Force in the mid-1990s. Thanks to improved internet and video technology, the Standards project has reached more members of the Network and allowed them to participate more fully than in past national efforts. The Network’s investment of time and energy has been enormous, when seen in light of the still record levels of consumer and community needs, as well as funding cuts.”
The work of the CSBG Working Group has been tremendous and we thank them for the numerous hours and tireless dedication to this work.
We are now able to accept new memberships and renewals online.
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