Those wishing to represent the underprivileged may apply; deadline is March 5
■ Riverside University Health System
The Community Action Partnership of Riverside County is seeking applicants for a position on its commission who will serve as the “low-income” representative for District 3. The low-income representative will be chosen by an election of voters in District 3 on March 12.
Those interested in the position must submit their applications by 9 a.m., March 5.
Candidates must live in District 3 and should be members of the low-income community (candidates need not themselves be low-income, however, preference in selection shall be given to low income individuals). District 3 includes the cities of Hemet, Murrieta, San Jacinto, and Temecula. The district also includes the unincorporated communities of Aguanga, Anza, Cottonwood Canyon, French Valley, Gilman Springs, Green Acres, Homeland, Idyllwild, Lake Riverside, Mountain Center, Murrieta Hot Springs, Pine Cove, Pinyon Pines, Poppet Flats, Rancho California, Soboba Hot Springs, Twin Pines, Valle Vista and Winchester.
Applicants cannot be a member or family member of the Community Action Partnership Riverside staff, the Community Action Commission or the Riverside County Board of Supervisors.
For additional information, or to receive an application, call Patricia Sanchez at 951-955-3217. The application is also available in English and Spanish at www.capriverside.org. Completed applications can be mailed or dropped off at the Community Action Partnership Riverside office, 2038 Iowa Ave., Suite B-102, Riverside, CA, 92507.
The Community Action Commission meets on the third Thursday of every month (no meetings in August and December). Representatives/commissioners are volunteers who are dedicated to the mission of community action and are willing to participate on various committees and in commission activities to serve low-income people. Community Action Partnership is part of Riverside University Health System-Public Health.