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Purpose: To advise, govern, oversee policy and direction, and assist with the leadership and general promotion of WCNO to support the organization’s mission and needs. 

Mission StatementWebber Camden Neighborhood Organization:  Empowering Collaboration & Connection to Create a Thriving and Equitable Community for All

Expectations of Board Members

• Attend and participate in at least 75% of meetings and in at least one special event per year. 

  Each board member is expected to read board packets and come to meetings prepared.

• Participate on a standing committee of the board and/or serve on ad-hoc committees as necessary. 

• Communicate and promote WCNO mission and programs to the community. 

• Become familiar with and oversee WCNO finances, budget, and financial/resource needs.

• Accept legal and fiscal responsibility for the organization, along with the board, through adherence to Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws, adopted policies and procedures.

Length of Term:   Members commit to a minimum of 2 years with the ability to serve up to 6 consecutive terms utilizing staggered terms where half of the members rotate out each year. 

Meetings and Time Commitment:   The WCNO Board of Directors is a working board that needs board members to be able to commit 2-5 hours/month for meetings and work on behalf of WCNO. 

Criteria for Board Membership:   Must meet eligibility requirements of membership as a resident of Webber Camden.  Only 2 board seats may be filled by owner or business lessees, or designated representative of a nonprofit, educational organization or governmental organization located in the neighborhood.


  • Have direct impact on the issues and topics that you are most concerned about and/or involved with in your community such as housing, transportation, business development, youth and families, race & equity and more.
  • Meet your neighbors and folks from different parts of the community.
  • Build skills and your resume, learn about a wide variety of issues and topics impacting quality of life across the city and in your neighborhood.

To apply, download the application here and submit to either or drop off at 1206 37th Ave N, Minneapolis, MN 55412.

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