Published July 7, 2008 | Select Board's Office | Automatically Archived on 7/19/2008

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With a grant from the Sudbury Foundation, the Town Manager/Selectmen’s Office will be developing a “Citizen’s Academy” for this fall, offering an opportunity for up to 20 Sudbury residents to attend classes on how their Town Government works.  Each class will be taught by Town employees or Committee members who will provide a more in-depth look at how various areas of Town government operate.  It is hoped that each class will be taped for broadcast on the Town’s cable television channel as well. 

The Town Manager is seeking letters of interest from residents who may be interested in serving as the Project Coordinator for developing the curriculum, scheduling and production of this program.  A paid stipend is available for this work, which must be done during August and September of this year.  For more information and a detailed description of the Project Coordinator’s responsibilities, please send email to [email protected] with the words Citizen’s Academy in the subject line.  Letters of interest must be received by July 18th, with resume attached.