Community Service Council’s Public Policy Committee coordinates the public policy activities of CSC, recommends public policy positions and actions to the CSC Board of Directors, and provides leadership, as appropriate, to implement these policy positions. The Public Policy Committee was established in the early 1990’s based on the following parameters for engagement in lobbying:
Policy positions that are recommended by the Public Policy Committee must be:
CSC’s public policy activities are often conducted in cooperation with policy groups for which CSC provides staff support. Examples include:
The CSC Public Policy Committee meets at noon on the fourth Friday of each month at the Community Service Council.