Community Council Nominations and Application

Nominate Someone to be Apart of the Community Council

  The CAN Community Council is seeking nominations for additional members for 2022.  We are asking people active in improving our community to suggest candidates.

            What we need are people who have demonstrated leadership and who are currently involved with groups working for community advancement.  Prior experience with CAN is not important — we will actively recruit the best-fit nominees so they can make an informed choice about whether Community Council membership works for them.  People who have direct experience with using or providing local social services are of particular interest.

            Since we want to cover our area’s main interests, viewpoints, geographic areas, backgrounds, and demographic groups (all on a Community Council with no more than 30 members), each year’s new-member selections are like solving a jigsaw puzzle.  People who do not fit this year’s needs will be kept in mind for future years.

Nomination Form: Click Here

Apply to be on the Community Council

The CAN Community Council is one of two Councils that guide the work of the Community Advancement Network. The CAN Community Council is a self-appointed body that is made up of up to 30 people who reflect the diversity of interests, concerns, organizations, issues and populations of the Central Texas community. The role of the Community Council is to provide a link between the community at large and the policy makers and elected officials who serve on the CAN Board of Directors. 

What we need are people who have demonstrated leadership and who are currently involved with groups working for community advancement.  Prior experience with CAN is not important — we will actively recruit the best-fit applicants so they can make an informed choice about whether Community Council membership works for them.  People who have direct experience with using or providing local social services are of particular interest.

Application Form: Click Here