Take your local advocacy to the national level by leading at NLC
Cal Cities endorsement requests are due August 25.
The National League of Cities (NLC) is now accepting applications for leadership positions on its board of directors, federal advocacy committees, member councils, and constituency groups. Each position allows city leaders to bring their expertise to the national level and shape the direction of NLC and its policies.
Applicants must be from an NLC direct member city and a current NLC member with up-to-date and paid membership dues and activity fees when applicable at the time of application. City officials can apply for up to three different groups.
Additionally, city officials applying for the board of directors or second vice-president positions may request an endorsement from the League of California Cities. All requests are due before 5 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 25. Request forms and questions can be sent to Pam Herrera.
Founded nearly 100 years ago, the National League of Cities is comprised of city, town, and village leaders focused on improving the quality of life for their current and future constituents. With a successful track record of strengthening local leadership, influencing federal policy, and driving innovative solutions, NLC has gained the trust and support of over 2,400 cities.
More information about NLC and its programs can be found online.