Central College will host a feedback session on Iowa’s State Service Plan, Monday, August 13 from 9 to 10:30 a.m. in the Stutphen Room of Central College’s Graham Annex, 812 University Street, Pella, Iowa.
Volunteer Iowa (The Iowa Commission on Volunteer Service) is part of a network of state service commissions throughout the United States that foster bi-partisan, state-level service initiatives and promoting a statewide vision and ethic of service.
Every three years Volunteer Iowa drafts a state service plan, which serves as a blueprint for identifying state priorities, themes and areas of emphasis for Iowa national service and volunteer programs.
In this session, Volunteer Iowa invites feedback from the public, from existing partners and from any organization that is invested in service in Iowa. Pre-registration is requested but not required. Registration for all in-person sessions is available online.
Participants can review a copy of the current State Service Plan in advance of the listening sessions on the Volunteer Iowa website.