Our values to maintain a vibrant and thriving organization.
Engagement and learning all levels of our organization.
Promoting an equitable organization.
Residents making a difference in local government.
Ensuring a consistent employee relations program and constructive labor relations.
The County's Anti-Harassment and Equal Employment Policies.
Opportunities to share your talents, meet new people, and impact local government.
How to reach us.
Working with us to make a difference in our community.
Gain experience in public service while still in school.
Instructions and tips on how to complete an employment application.
The County’s full list of classifications and salaries.
County policies and labor agreements.
Recruiting tools for a more inclusive hiring process.
Fostering a culture of learning, growth, and development.
Information and instructions for all County employees.
The County’s health and welfare benefits.
Incentives for carpooling, bicycling, and pre-tax benefits for transit commuting.
Supporting employees to champion their health and well-being.
This pilot program aims to enable employees to live closer to their workplace.
Our monthly newsletter features the many contributions of our volunteers and student interns and keeps our hundreds of participants connected.
September / 2019
Featured Article: Former Summer Reader Returns to Support the Program
Also in this Issue:
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Featured Article: Volunteer Attorney Clears Records
Featured Article: Grad Student Learns about Health System
Featured Article: Ombudsman Group is the County's First Volunteer Team of the Year
Featured Article: 'Rock Star' Supports Independent Living
Featured Article: Civic Center Fan Keeps Things in Order
Featured Article: Patrolling County Open Space on Horseback
Featured Article: Volunteer Pilot Aids Law Enforcement
Featured Article: DA's Intern Aspires to Advocate for Others
Featured Article: TAG Members Expand Teen Horizons
Featured Article: Volunteer Devotes Her Skills To Those Who Served
Featured Article: Who Spotted the Irving Fire? A Civic Center Volunteer
Featured Article: Intern’s Sign Welcomes All at Marin County Airport
Featured Article: Dad and Son Help Keep Marin Safe from Fire
Featured Article: Attorney Mediates Disputes and Investigates Abuses
Featured Article: Intern Plays Three Roles for County Departments
Featured Article: Volunteer of Year Leads Disaster-Prep Efforts
Featured Article: Internships Influence Careers
Featured Article: Interns Initiate Popular Coding Class for Kids
Featured Article: Volunteer Clears Invasive Plants from Open Space
Featured Article: Legal Intern Learns About Justice System, Focuses Career