Acting Borough President Sharon Lee is looking for a dedicated parent volunteer to fill a vacant positions on Community Education Council District 29.
Lee is accepting applications from education-minded individuals until Friday, August 7.
CEC 29, which includes Jamaica, Jamaica Estates, St. Albans, Queens Village, Cambria Heights, Laurelton, Springfield Gardens, Hollis and Rosedale, is responsible for advising and commenting on educational policies and providing input to Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza.
Each CEC oversees elementary and middle schools in their respective community school district. There are seven community school districts in Queens.
To read more about the role of CECs, click here.
CEC members meet for public meetings every month, and visit schools to see what their educational needs are. They also review the district’s educational programs, approve zoning lines, and submit a capital plan to the chancellor after holding public hearings.
The CEC membership application is available online here and can be returned by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.