A New Year Brings New Opportunities
The start of the new year offers up a variety of ways you can get involved!
Want to know what you can do to make your neighborhood stronger? You have the power to spark community change! Our Department of Neighborhood Services has workshops, discussions and events lined up for the year to connect you with the resources, networks and strategies to bring your community together. It all starts with the Ignite 2023! Kick-off Event featuring Rich Harwood, author and founder of the Harwood Institute for Public Innovation, on Feb. 23 at Slover Library. Registration opens in January. Find out more.
Have a student between the ages of 16 and 21? The Norfolk Emerging Leaders (NEL) program offers them the opportunity to have a summer job where they can learn about public service careers in local government, gain valuable hands on work experience and get access to job readiness training and financial literacy education. Students must apply before Feb. 12 to be considered. To access the application, click here.
Volunteer to served on a board or commission! It's easy to apply. Pick from a list of more than 50 boards, commissions or authorities and submit your application online.
Ready to start the new year with a career change? We're hiring! Find employment opportunities, check your application status or discover volunteer opportunities. Need help with your job search, application or resume? Connect with Norfolk Works.