The Freehold Township Human Relations Council is seeking a volunteer member.
Established in 1993, the Freehold Township Human Relations Council’s mission is to promote diversity in the community and to help combat discrimination. The council consists of members who are appointed by the Mayor.
The member must be a Hispanic representative and be a Freehold Township resident.
The meetings are held the first Monday of each month at 7:15 in the Municipal Building.
This council's responsibilities include conducting forums that will allow groups or individuals to share the benefits of diversity, and to review any bias incidents which may occur in Freehold Township.
According to the brochure featured on the township Web site, the council's objectives include:
- To foster and promote good will, cooperation and conciliation among all the habitants of Freehold Township.
- To mediate cultural problems and incidents of bias.
- To conduct forums that will allow groups or individuals to share cultural problems.
- To review stereotyping or bias incidents that may occur.
- To cooperate with other units of government or agencies concerned with purposes similar to that of the Council.
- To make recommendations to the Mayor and Township Committee for the development of policies, procedures and programs that will aid in the prevention and elimination of all types of discrimination based upon race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status or sex.
If interested, send a resume to: Freehold Township Mayor’s Talent Bank, 1 Municipal Plaza, Freehold, NJ 07728.