Mayor Lucas Announces Creation of Mayor’s Ambassadors Program
Applications open to seniors and/or retirees interested in giving back to community
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas today announced the creation of a new Mayor’s Ambassadors Program, open to Kansas City seniors and/or retirees who are interested in giving back to the Kansas City community through government.
The Mayor’s Ambassadors Program will create three paid, part-time positions at a competitive hourly salary within the Office of the Mayor. Mayor’s Ambassadors will assist with policy research, community correspondence and outreach, and daily front-of-office responsibilities.
“Our office strives every day to be an inclusive, welcoming space for Kansas Citians from all walks of life,” said Mayor Lucas. “We look forward to welcoming our new Ambassadors and their expertise to our office as we continue working to make sure our local government works for all.”
Resumes and cover letters may be emailed to MayorQ@kcmo.org with the subject line “Mayor’s Ambassadors Program.” Applications for the Spring Ambassadorship close on Friday, Jan. 31.