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Community Energy Project: Advisory Committee Member
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Do you have a passion for environmental justice, issues faced by low-income communities, and equity?
CEP is assembling a new Advisory Committee to help us keep our programs relevant, cutting edge, and effective while we work within our mission. Each meeting will give the group an opportunity to learn and inform us about new possible projects, programs, and approaches to solving issues within our communities. Meetings will be shaped by the group itself. There will be four meetings annually (1 per quarter approx 3 hr meetings).
Sherrie Pelsma, Program Director
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About the Organization
Founded in 1979, Community Energy Project believes that everyone deserves a safe, healthy, efficient home regardless of income. We do this through education, hands-on training, and distribution of weatherization, and lead poisoning prevention materials. We also provide direct weatherization and safety repairs to seniors and people with disabilities. We deliver these services in partnership with community members and service organizations, utilities, corporations, foundations, and government agencies.
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