Marin County Seeks Seven Members for Human Rights Commission

The County of Marin is seeking a new set of dedicated public servants with a passion for the ethical treatment of our fellow man.

There are a total of seven vacancies on the Marin County Human Rights Commission and prospective candidates have until 5 p.m. on June 19 to apply. The Marin County Board of Supervisors is seeking applicants from each of the county’s five districts. In order to qualify, you must be a Marin County resident with an avid interest in human rights issues affecting Marin County.

The group’s mission is “to promote a community based on social justice, with equality for all, and to eliminate discrimination based on race, religion, color, age, ancestry, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, place of birth, national origin, or disability,” according to the website. In order to achieve these goals, the commission provides a forum for public engagement, serves as a resource to the community, and advises the Board of Supervisors on human rights matters.

Commission members are appointed by the Board of Supervisors and serve for a term of four years. Interested candidates can apply online or obtain an application from the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Room 329, Administration Building, Marin Civic Center (415-473-7331).

Read more about the open positions here.


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