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Immigrant Advisory Committee

IAC is seeking new Members!

Hello,

The Immigrant Advisory Committee (IAC) to City Manager is actively seeking new members. Application to the IAC is open to all immigrants, regardless of immigration status, who live or work in the City of Boulder.

Application: Human Services Advisory Boards and Committees Application – 2016 pdf

The IAC serves to encourage immigrant involvement in city government and to advise the City on issues relating to the immigrant community. It is dedicated to ensure access to all persons residing in the City of Boulder, regardless of immigration status, to the full benefits, opportunities and services provided and administered by the City.

We would like to have you on board! The deadline is June 10 th , 2016.

Send your application to:                                        

Linda Gelhaar, Administrative Specialist                  

Office of Human Rights, City of Boulder                             

2160 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302                   

  Office: 303-441-1911                                              

Email: GelhaarL@bouldercolorado.gov   

For more information:

Carmen Atilano, Community Relations/Human Rights Manager

Office of Human Rights, City of Boulder

2160 Spruce St., Boulder, CO 80302

Office: 303-441-3141

Email: AtilanoC@bouldercolorado.gov

 

 
   

¡ IAC quiere nuevos miembros!

Hola,

El Comité Asesor de Inmigrantes (“IAC”) al Gerente de la Ciudad está activamente buscando nuevos miembros. El plazo para solicitar está abierto para todos los inmigrantes, sin importar su condición migratoria, que vivan o trabajen en la Ciudad de Boulder. 

Solicitud: Consejos Asesores y Comités de Servicios Humanos Solicitud – 2016 pdf

El IAC busca promover la participación de los inmigrantes en el gobierno local y asesorar a la Ciudad de Boulder en temas relevantes a la comunidad inmigrante. El Comité está dedicado a asegurar el acceso de todas las personas que viven en la Ciudad De Boulder a todos los beneficios, oportunidades y servicios administrados por la Ciudad, independientemente de su condición migratoria.

¡Nos gustaría tenerte a bordo! La fecha límite para presentar la solicitud es el 10 de junio de 2016.

ENVÍE SOLICITUD A:                                                  

Linda Gelhaar, Administrative Specialist                  

Office of Human Rights, City of Boulder                              

2160 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302                   

 Oficina: 303-441-1911                                             

Email: GelhaarL@bouldercolorado.gov

PARA MÁS INFORMACIÓN:

Carmen Atilano, Community Relations/Human Rights Manage

Office of Human Rights, City of Boulder

2160 Spruce St., Boulder, CO 80302

Oficina: 303-441-3141

Email: AtilanoC@bouldercolorado.gov

 

Mission : Immigrant Advisory Committee (IAC) to city manager serves to encourage immigrant involvement in city government and to advise the city on issues relating to the immigrant community. 

Developed in 2006, it is the first of its kind in the city's history and is dedicated to encouraging access by all persons residing in the City of Boulder , regardless of nation of birth or current citizenship status, to the full benefit, opportunities and services provided and administered by the city. The committee also serves in an advisory capacity to the city manager in developing policy and services that better serve the immigrant community.

Committee Membership:
The IAC consists of no more than seven members, appointed by the city manager. Members are immigrant residents of Boulder , both citizen and non-citizens, who are appointed in accordance with policies of the city manager and are reflective of the demographics of immigrant populations that reside in Boulder .

Members appointed to the group have a demonstrated knowledge of and interest in the service areas that affect immigrants residing in Boulder including fire, housing and human services, human resources, library, open space and mountain parks, parking, parks and recreation, planning, police, public works and transportation. Appointment of immigrants residing in Boulder County who hold some investment in the City of Boulder through work or business are considered only if recruitment efforts do not identify seven city residents.


Next Immigrant Advisory Committee Meeting

Date: TBD

Location: TBD


Accomplishments:

IAC has provided  input on the following programs and services of the city:

  • Boulder Public Library services and programs
  • Division of Housing/Housing and Human services affordable housing programs
  • Fire Department’s master plan
  • Parks and Recreation Department’s master plan
  • Transit Village Area Plan
  • Economic Vitality Program
  • City Council Community Sustainability Efforts
  • Human Resources plans to broaden venues for job opening announcements

Contact Information:
For more information regarding the Immigrant Advisory Committee, contact Carmen Atilano, 303-441-3141.

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