Boards and commissions offer you a great opportunity to really have a say in a part of the state operation that you are most interested in. It’s a way to make some serious changes in the lives of many Alaskans.
Sure you have to put together a resume and brag on yourself, which I know is hard for many people. And you risk the possibility of being passed over, which really stinks. But, the benefits far outweigh the problems you might encounter.
Since I’m so hot to have people put their names in…I am now- officially offering to help you write you resume and fill out that form you need to to apply for a position. I’ll even coach you along. Hold your hand if you want. Really. I’d love to do it. Just send me an email at email@example.com. The address is at the bottom of our website.
How to apply for position on an Alaska board or commission
From the site: Send a completed boards and commissions application, a resume and a brief letter explaining your desire to serve the State of Alaska, to:
- Office of Governor Sean Parnell
Attention: Jason Hooley, Director of Boards & Commissions
P.O. Box 110001, Juneau, Alaska 99811-0001
- To contact the Boards and Commissions office
By phone: (907) 269-7450
By facsimile: (907) 269-7461
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information, contact the staff of the Office of Boards and Commissions at (907) 269-7450 or at email@example.com.