Play an Integral Role at the Community Wellness Project–join our Community Advisory Board;
we need your valuable insight!

The Community Wellness Project is searching for passionate individuals engaged in their local communities to apply for a seat on our Community Advisory Board.

If you or someone you know would be good fit, please apply or forward this message along today!

Community Wellness Project’s Community Advisory Board (CAB) is an 8-10 member group that is responsible for advising its Board of Directors, staff, volunteers and its community partners on the efficacy of the organizations programs, services, community needs and the future efficacy of the agency’s priorities for the future.

Community Advisor Board Members (CAB) members serve for a minimum of 1 year on a two year term. When vacancies arise, new CAB members are selected by the Nominating Committee which includes at least one board member, staff member and current community advisory board member.

The CAB has a role and responsibility that is distinctly separate from our Board of Directors. Community expertise is highly valued and respected by CWP’s board, staff and volunteers, and therefore, those elected to serve as CAB members are strongly encouraged to complete the two-year term. This helps us ensure inclusivity of our diverse populations we serve, prepare frontline and mid-level leaders for future challenges in managing the HIV/AIDS epidemic and other related health disparities and ensures we have the best leaders in the best roles to maximize our agencies impact in our community.

CWP solicits applications from individuals interested in serving on the CAB year round. We need individuals to unleash their leadership potential to help us create programs and services that are aligned with the communities services and programs needs that will have lasting impact on behavior changes that impacts communities through the test of time.

Come join us for this very important role. CWP is making a difference in your community!

If you have questions, please call our Human Resources coordinator at (314) 421-9600.