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City of El Paso Celebrates Neighborhood Leadership Academy Graduates

The Neighborhood Leadership Program (NLA) Class of 2017, a group of forty (40) participants completed an 18-week program to learn about their local government earlier this month.

The Neighborhood Leadership Program, offered by the Department of Community and Human Development Neighborhood Services Division, is a free 18-week program that gives residents an inside look at city services and programs. It provides them with the skills, knowledge, and resources needed to tackle existing community challenges.

Participants received first-hand information about City services and programs through comprehensive presentations from City department leaders, and on-site field trips to various public facilities.

“Congratulations to these passionate and accomplished residents for their dedication to learn about Municipal Government and the willingness to serve in our community,” said Verónica R. Soto, Director of the Department of Community and Human Development. Resident leaders play an important role in strengthening our community and make a positive difference in our City.

This program provides residents with the tools and resources needed to effectively make a difference in our community.”

Twenty-two City departments, plus the El Paso Central Appraisal District, presented and hosted on-site fields trips to inform participants about their operations and available services to the public.

After completing this program, graduates are encouraged to apply for City boards and commissions, start or join a neighborhood association, and to be an ambassador to other residents, visitors and business about all the programs and services available to the community.

Notably, two past graduates of the Neighborhood Leadership Academy are now serving as elected City District Representative – Dr. Michiel Noe and newly elected Samuel Morgan.

 

Programs like the Neighborhood Leadership Academy support the City’s strategic goal to have transparent and consistent communication among all members of the community.

The 11th Annual Neighborhood Leadership Academy (NLA) Graduation was held on June, 21, 2017.

11th Annual Neighborhood Leadership Academy Registration Deadline Approaching

The enrollment deadline for the 11th Annual Neighborhood Leadership Academy is quickly approaching, and the City of El Paso’s Community and Human Development Department is still seeking applications from residents who are interested in how their City government works.

Registration ends February 2.

Participants will receive first-hand information about City services and programs through comprehensive presentations from City department leaders, and on-site field trips to various public facilities.

The Neighborhood Leadership Academy is free but space is limited to the first 50 participants who enroll. Participants will receive a certificate of completion following the Academy. (Spanish translations and interpretation is available upon request.)

WHO: Neighborhood Services Division of the Community and Human Development Department

WHAT: Free Neighborhood Leadership Academy – Educational program for citizens to learn about municipal government    

WHEN/WHERE: Classes are held on Wednesdays from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at various locations – First class begins on February 15, 2017. Academy is expected to run through June 28, 2017.

WHY: Programs like the Neighborhood Leadership Academy support’s the City’s strategic goal to have transparent and consistent communication among all members of the community.

How: Registration is open to residents 18 years of age or older, and that live within the El Paso city limits. Those interested must fill out an application and return it by February 2, 2017.

Applications are available online or can be picked up at 801 Texas Avenue, 3rd floor – Neighborhood Services Division. Applications can be submitted via mail, email, or in person.

City Opens Registration for the 11th Annual Neighborhood Leadership Academy

Enrollment for the 11th Annual Neighborhood Leadership Academy is now open, and the City of El Paso’s Community and Human Development Department is looking for residents who are interested in learning how their City government works.

Participants will receive first-hand information about City services and programs through comprehensive presentations from City department leaders, and on-site field trips to various public facilities.

The Neighborhood Leadership Academy is free but space is limited to the first 50 participants who enroll. Participants will receive a certificate of completion following the Academy. (Spanish translations and interpretation is available upon request.)

WHO: Neighborhood Services Division of the Community and Human Development Department

WHAT: Free Neighborhood Leadership Academy – Educational program for citizens to learn about municipal government    

WHEN/WHERE: Classes are held on Wednesdays from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at various locations – First class begins on February 15, 2017. Academy is expected to run through June 28, 2017.

WHY: Programs like the Neighborhood Leadership Academy support’s the City’s strategic goal to have transparent and consistent communication among all members of the community.

How: Registration is open to residents 18 years of age or older, and that live within the El Paso city limits. Those interested must fill out an application and return it by February 2, 2017.

Applications are available online or can be picked up at 801 Texas Avenue, 3rd floor – Neighborhood Services Division. Applications can be submitted via mail, email, or in person.

Community and Human Development Department – Neighborhood Services Division

Mail: City 3 – 801 Texas Ave., 3rd Floor, El Paso, TX 79901

E-mail: montalvoot@elpasotexas.gov

Phone: (915) 212-1680

Registration Open for 10th Annual Neighborhood Leadership Academy

Enrollment for the 10th Annual Neighborhood Leadership Academy is now open, and the City of El Paso’s Community and Human Development Department is looking for several residents who are interested in learning how their City government works.

Participants will receive first-hand information about City services and programs through comprehensive presentations from City department leaders, and on-site field trips to various public facilities. The Neighborhood Leadership Academy is free but space is limited to the first 50 participants who enroll. Participants will receive a certificate of completion following the Academy.

Who: Neighborhood Services Division of the Community and Human Development Department

What:         Free Neighborhood Leadership Academy – educational program for citizens to learn about municipal government (Spanish translation and interpretation is available upon request)

When: Classes are held on Wednesdays from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at various locations – First class begins on February 3, 2016.Academy is expected to run through June 1, 2016.

How:  Registration is open to residents 18 years of age or older, and that live within the El Paso city limits. Those interested must fill out an application and return it by January 25, 2016.

Applications are available online at www.elpasotexas.gov/community-and-human-development or can be picked up at 801 Texas Avenue, 3rdfloor – Neighborhood Services Division. Applications can be submitted via mail, email, or in person.

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