The City of Woodland’s new Civic Fellowship program is officially accepting applications.
This paid program for individuals early in their public service career allows the City to invest in our local workforce and foster passion for careers in government. During the eight-week program, fellows will work within a City department and participate in program wide activities. Fellows will gain valuable hands-on work experience, learn how local governments run, and positively impact the community.
“The Civic Fellowship program is a win-win for Woodland,” says City Program Assistant Amanda Portier. “Fellows will help the City advance key initiatives, while the program will give folks valuable experience in public service.”
The program helps advance City Council strategic initiatives focused on equity and inclusion as well as workforce development. Positions available include an IT Network Analyst, a Communications and Sustainability Specialist, a Planning Public Education Specialist, a Fire Public Education and Grants Specialist, a Community Services Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Analyst, a Police Department Communications and Outreach Specialist, a Library Maker Camp Leader, and a Public Works Strategic Policy Analyst.
You can learn more about the Civic Fellowship and other available City of Woodland positions at calopps.org/city-of-woodland.