We’re seeking a local photographer to help capture images that convey the essence of Los Feliz. That’s everything from Griffith Park’s sweeping vistas, the bustle of Los Feliz Village, some world-renowned architecture, and upgrading our team’s profile photos (mostly ‘selfies’) to something that makes all of us (you included) look… Uh, better.
You WILL NOT be tasked with snapping celebrities leaving Little Dom’s (or anywhere else). London’s ‘Daily Mail’ has that covered.
This Designated Staff position is part of our growing Outreach team. The council’s Executive Committee will formally appoint one lucky shutterbug in the next two months.
If you’re a shooter who enjoys tweaking F-stops, shutter-speeds and fill lighting, or only puts their camera in full-auto when someone else is using it, we want you. Of course, mad Photoshop skills are a BIG plus, but not essential.
The commitment is a few hours a month–or more if you like– of doing what you already love doing. We pay a lavish: $0. But the praise is endless (sort of). Plus, there’s the photo credits!
All neighborhood council members are volunteers who give up some of their time and talents to help keep Los Feliz the swell place it is. If this labor-of-love gig sounds like something you could focus on, we’d love to see some of your stuff.
The Los Feliz Neighborhood Council (LFNC) is seeking a local writer to help with of our written endeavors. That’s everything from wicked website content, sublime social media posts, peerless press releases and punching up the prose on formal resolutions and council correspondence; plus the occasionally spinning up of some awesome ad copy.
This Designated Staff position is part of our growing Outreach team. The council’s Executive Committee will formally appoint some lucky person early in 2018.
If you’re a wordsmith extraordinaire (like writing IS your day job) adept at churning copy and turning phrases, yet has no fear of killing a darling, you could be the special person we’re looking for. The commitment is a few hours a month–or more if you’re so inclined– of doing what you’re already great at. The pay is a whopping: zero, but the praise is endless. Almost.
All Los Feliz Neighborhood Council members are volunteers who give up some of their time and talents to help keep Los Feliz the swell place it is. If this sounds like your sort of thing, we’d love to hear from you (in writing).
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The Los Feliz Neighborhood Council and Atwater Village Neighborhood Council have partnered to host a town hall to inform constituents of federal, state, and local happenings regarding the heightened sense of apprehension regarding current immigration policies.
The event will be held at Glenfeliz Elementary School in Atwater Village (3955 Glenfeliz Blvd., 90039) on Tuesday, March 14, 2017 from 7pm-9pm.
Speakers will include:
- CA Assemblymember Laura Friedman
- LAPD Captain Arturo Sandoval
- A representative from the ACLU
- A representative from the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs
- A representative from the LA County Office of Immigrant Affairs
- Retired law professor Daniel Stewart
- Los Feliz Neighborhood Council’s Sheldon Hirshon
- A representative from Congressman Adam Schiff’s office
- A representative from LA City Councilman Mitch O’Farrell’s office
- A representative from CA State Senator Anthony Portantino’s office
Speakers are subject to change.
Topics of discussion will include the Trump administration’s revised executive order regarding immigration and travel, as well as the revised policies, priorities, and patterns for federal detention and deportation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents. There will be a “Know Your Rights” primer as well as information about a new $10 million LA Justice Fund for the provision of legal defense on immigration issues.
The event is open to the public.
For Further Information Contact:
Atwater Village Neighborhood Council
Los Feliz Neighborhood Council
Los Feliz Neighborhood Council Outreach Chair