Friends of CREA
- A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
4 people are interested
CREA needs people to:
Educate, inform and engage with a variety of communities (LGBTQ+, Persons with disabilities and Seniors, for examples) of the work of CREA and their rights,
Educate and inform neighborhood residents about what we do and refer when appropriate,
Distribute literature at neighborhood, community and special events,
Provide a bridge between the neighborhood/community and CREA Director and staff.
About St. Louis Civil Rights Enforcement Agency
1114 Market St. Suite 626, St. Louis, MO 63101, US
To eliminate, reduce and remedy discrimination in the City of St. Louis through education, training and enforcement of federal, state and local civil right laws, rules and regulations.
The Civil Rights Enforcement Agency or CREA, was originally formed due to a race riot regarding African-Americans swimming in the Fairground Park Pool in 1949. Since that time, CREA has been charged with enforcement of federal, state and local fair housing, equal employment opportunity and public accommodation laws, rules and regulations.
We'll work with your schedule.
The City of St. LouisSt. Louis, MO 63101
- Mental Health
- Public Relations
- Employment Law
- Immigration Law
- Special Needs
- People 55+
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- CREA expects about 5 hours a month from March to October, and less during the other times of the year.