One of the benefits of participating in the Leadership Tomorrow program is the network that is established throughout our community. It is through this network that we are able to provide alumni and the greater community with the following job and volunteer opportunities.
Alumni, volunteers and contributors to Leadership Tomorrow may submit items to be posted by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
ACLU (posted 11.20.2014)
Leadership Tomorrow (posted 11.12.2014)
Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce (posted 11.11.2014)
Legal Foundation of Washington (posted 11.6.2014)
Mona Foundaton (posted 11.5.2014)
ELISS (posted 11.3.2014)
Raikes Foundation (posted 10.30.2014)
Techonology Alliance (posted 10.28.2014)
ACLU (posted 10.20.2014)
Habitat for Humanity (posted 10.16.2014)
Puget Sound Clean Air Agency (posted 10.10.2014)
Construction Codes Advisory Board
Mayor Murray is seeking candidates for three vacant positions on Seattle’s Construction Codes Advisory Board. The current open positions are for representatives of the following professions or categories:
Developers or Contractors of Residential Properties’
The Board is a 13-member body that works together to research, analyze, and make recommendations to the Mayor, City Council, and the Department of Planning and Development on the technical codes affecting buildings in Seattle. The Board plays an important role in shaping the codes Seattle adopts and how these codes are interpreted. In addition to the Board’s advisory role to City officials, the Board hears appeals of DPD’s building code decisions. The work requires attention to detail of highly technical codes. The City relies on the Board members’ professional experience and opinions in determining which codes to adopt and to amend.
Board members will be asked to prepare for and attend meetings on the first and third Thursdays at noon in downtown Seattle. The actual frequency of meetings depends on the Board’s workload, and there may be some months without any meetings or only one meeting a month. Strong candidates will be civic-minded, critical thinkers interested in the design and construction of Seattle’s built environment. Individuals selected must have perspective, experience and talents that will enhance the Board. Successful candidates will have a willingness to devote two to six hours a month to Board meetings and other Board duties.
These positions are voluntary and are appointed by Mayor Murray and confirmed by the City Council. Applicants must live, work or do business in Seattle. City employees are not eligible to be Board members. The City of Seattle is committed to promoting diversity in the city’s boards and commissions. Women, persons with disabilities, sexual and gender minorities, young persons, senior citizens, persons of color, and immigrants are encouraged to apply.
The application period opens on Wednesday, October 1 and remains open until Monday, November 3, 2014.
If you have a question or would like to request a paper application, please contact Julie A. Hines, Staff Liaison and Code Development Analyst at DPD. She can be reached by phone at (206) 233-2766 or by email at Julie.email@example.com
Seattle Design Commission
Mayor Murray is looking for a new Architect member of the Seattle Design Commission to fill an upcoming vacancy. The term will begin in March 2015.
Design Commission members are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council for up to 2 two‐year terms. The 10‐member commission is made up of architects, artists, urban designers, environmental designers, urban planners, landscape architects, engineers, members‐at‐large, and one member from Get Engaged, the YMCA Young Civic Leaders Program.
Established in 1968, the Seattle Design Commission advises city officials on the design and environmental effects of capital improvement projects. Members also help select consultants for City projects. The Commission meets during the day on the first and third Thursdays of each month. In addition, members serve on project subcommittees and represent the commission on other advisory boards. Members work an average of 15 to 20 hours a month. Members can not contract with the city on any capital improvement project reviewed by the commission. Commission members receive an hourly rate as compensation for their service.
To be considered, please send a letter of interest and resume by December 1, 2014, to:
Michael Jenkins, Director – Seattle Design Commission
Department of Planning and Development
City of Seattle
700 Fifth Ave., Ste. 2000
PO Box 34019
Seattle, WA 98124‐4019
Seattle Women's Commission
As advisors to the Mayor, City Council and city departments, commissioners have the opportunity to address issues of concern for Seattle women and to work for positive change.
Terms are three, two-year terms and are subject to confirmation by the City Council. Applicants must live or work in Seattle and be available for monthly meetings from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on the 3rd Monday of the month at City Hall in downtown Seattle.
The SWC is seeking candidates with a particular interest in the following areas, in accordance with the SWC’s annual work plan:
Economic opportunities for women, including pay equity, job opportunities, and women-owned businesses
Health disparities affecting women, including access to healthy food, reproductive rights, and the social determinants of health such as infant and maternal mortality
Housing and homelessness including affordable housing, tenant rights, institutional and informal housing and shelters, and vehicular residents and women living in encampments in the city
Violence prevention including training for police and other responders, sexual assault, domestic violence and preventing youth violence
The SWC aims to work closely with governmental and community-based organizations to make certain that women of color, women with disabilities, immigrants, refugees, returning female veterans, youth and members of the LGBTQI communities are being served appropriately by the Commission’s work.
To apply for appointment to the Seattle Women’s Commission, submit your resume and a letter of interest by September 22, 2014. Please reference your experience and interest in the previously mentioned issue areas in your cover letter. To reduce paper consumption, electronic submissions are preferred. Email your letter of interest and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Burke-Gilman Place Public Development Authority (posted 8.28.2014)
The City of Seattle is seeking applicants for two (2) at-large positions to the Burke-Gilman Place Public Development Authority (PDA) Board of Directors.The Board of Directors is responsible for the management of the former Coast Guard property in northeast Seattle, near Children’s Hospital. At present, the property includes two Ronald McDonald House facilities, Provail housing (formerly United Cerebral Palsy), Burke-Gilman Apartments (subsidized and market-rate housing), The Children’s Center (a child care center), and housing under the auspices of the Capital Hill Housing Improvement Program (CHHIP). The Burke-Gilman Place PDA has been working primarily on maintenance issues since the final buildable parcel was completed. A primary concern is the aesthetic appearance of the PDA’s land and facilities, with special attention to landscaping, proposed alterations to facilities, and signage.
The nine-member Board of Directors includes four (4) positions that are drawn from the user facilities, and the other five (5) are at-large. All positions are mayoral appointments with confirmation by the City Council. Board meetings are held monthly, on the second Tuesday of the month, from 8 a.m. to about 9:30 a.m. The Board currently meets at the Community Room of the Burke-Gilman Apartments, 5100 40th Avenue, N.E., Seattle, WA.
Please email your letter of interest and resume to:
Please reference Burke-Gilman Place Public Development Authority
To submit a paper copy, please address to:
Office of Intergovernmental Relations
Green Dot Washington State is looking for board members interested in education reform to round out our Founding Board. Our search is focused on identifying two or three additional board members with legal and/or fundraising skill sets. Familiarity or connections to Tacoma or South Seattle where Green Dot's efforts in the state are focused are also desirable.
Green Dot Schools Washington is a charter management organization opening a school in Tacoma in 2015 and applying to open schools in South Seattle in 2016. Green Dot's mission is to operate high performing public charter schools focused on college, leadership, and life for highly impacted students. It operates 19 schools in LA and serves a student population that is 96% impacted by poverty and 99% of color, and it graduates the most high school students of any charter network in the country. It is also an organization known for its deep partnerships with community, parents, teachers and principals.
Should you or someone you know be interested in this opportunity, please reach out to Andrew Buhayar via email@example.com.
WA Charters is accepting applicants for it's 3rd Cohort of their School Leaders program of people seriously interested in starting a public school. The need for diversity in this applicant pool is much needed, so please give it a look if it's something that interest you and or someone you know.
There is also a Sector Leader program that will begin recruiting later in the fall for those interested on a general level of supporting the expansion of public schools in Washington.
Please see the link below and search for the "School Leaders" portion for more info...
Soundside Marinelife Rescue Center (posted 7.16.2014)
Seattle/King County Clinic (posted 5.11.2014)
Washington Access Fund (posted 4.28.2014)
New Beginnings (posted 4.21.2014)
Northwest Seed (posted 4.18.2014)
United Way of King County