P.A.S.O. - West Suburban Action Project - is seeking a passionate and energetic community organizer to engate with local community members providing leadership development, supporting the growth of PASO's membership structure, and campaign development with a focus on empowering local community members to create systematic change. PASO's organizing will also outreach to lawful permanent residents seeking to become U.S. citizens and secure their participation in citizenship workshops while creating opportunities for deeper engagement in community change. For more information about the position see the description below, which you can enlarge and/or download.
P.A.S.O. – Proyecto de Acción de los Suburbios del Oeste (West Suburban Action Project) is a community-based social justice organization that works to engage community members to act through their values to address issues that affect them, their families, and neighbors with the mission to build stronger communities where all residents can live dignified lives regardless of their race, socioeconomic or immigration status.
P.A.S.O. was founded on a core belief that ordinary people –people directly affected- have the power to make extraordinary change by acting collectively with others and putting into action their values and faith. P.A.S.O. is currently an institution-based organization serving the West Cook County Suburbs, in the areas of Melrose Park, Stone Park, Maywood, Bellwood, Northlake and Franklin Park.
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