By Tashi McQueen,
AFRO Political Writer,

Due to an overflow of submissions, the Moore-Miller administration has extended the boards and commissions application deadline to 5 p.m. Jan. 31 

Members of the governor’s boards and commissions are private citizens and public servants who help the administration find a solution to government issues.

“I am excited to share that we have received tremendous interest in the boards and commissions application. Your partnership is critical to our efforts for a Maryland where no one is left behind,” said Tisha Edwards, the secretary of appointments for the Moore-Miller Administration. “The Moore-Miller Administration is committed to serving and supporting every Marylander with departments, agencies, boards and commissions, including the individual voices that make Maryland a rich and diverse state.”

Completing the online application process takes about 20 minutes and applicants can sign up for themselves or recommend someone for the positions, officials said. 

Board and commission appointments that require the Maryland Senate confirmation will be prioritized until Feb. 17. Opportunities available include African American Museum Corporation Board of Directors, Interagency Committee on Aging Services, Baltimore City PTA Appeal Board and the Advisory Council on Workforce Shortage.

Tashi McQueen is a Report For America Corps Member.

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