- Harrison Berry
- Boise City Hall.
According to the agreement, which will be discussed at the 6 p.m. meeting in the City Council chambers, the temporary employees would work on a supervised basis with Parks and Rec for five hours a day, five days a week for a month. Interfaith Sanctuary would select the participants, who would then be guided through an application process that includes a criminal background investigation, filling out new hire paperwork and attend an employee orientation.
On its end of the arrangement, the city would provide "all customary, temporary, seasonal employment benefits" to the workers, supervise them while on the job and provide feedback to Interfaith Sanctuary on the program, which would be funded through the Department of Parks and Recreation.