New Bostonians Office September 13, 2013 Announcements

 

September 13, 2013 Announcements

Dear Friends and Colleagues,
Enclosed are this week announcements for your sharing with your networks. Please forward any of your announcements to mayra.canetti@cityofboston.gov and we will be happy to post them on.

 

 

All the best,
Reverend Cheng Imm Tan

 

 


Mayor’s Office of New Bostonians

Immigration Advice
(July-December 2013 Schedule)

September 4 & 18
October 2 & 16
November 6 & 20
December 4 & 18

Room 804 in Boston City Hall
12:00 (noon) – 2:00 PM
For more information, please call 617-635-2980.

 

 


 

Funding Update September 2013
In this issue:
– Recent awards
– Back to School
– Library Resources
– YouthZone Newsletter
– Preliminary Municipal Election help
– Grants for Individuals, Social Impact, Youth, Health, Education, Arts, Research, Housing and Workforce Development

Contact:
Inez Foster
Resource Development Coordinator
Interim Coordinator, Circle of Promise
Mayor’s Office, Intergovernmental Relations
617-635-3954
Inez.foster@cityofboston.gov


 

¿OÍSTE? PODER LATINO 2013

P R E S S   A D V I S O R Y

For immediate release
Contact: Luzmar Centeno-Valerio
(617) 426-6633

¿OISTE? PODER LATINO 2013 FUNDRAISER

[Boston] On Thursday, September 12th from 6:00 pm until 10:00 pm at the Artists for Humanity Epicenter, 100 West 2d Street, South Boston, the board and staff invite you to PODER LATINO 2013, a fundraiser to raise funds for ¿OISTE? the Latino Civic Education Initiative.   We will be honoring Boston’s Mayor Thomas Menino and the event will be co-hosted by Tom Ashbrook, host of WBUR’s On Point, and Jarrett Barrios, CEO of Red Cross of Eastern Massachusetts.

¿Oíste? was founded in 1999  by several Latino activists from across the state who were concerned about the lack of Latino political representation and civic participation in Massachusetts. The mission is to advance the political, social and economic standing of Latinos and Latinas in the state.  ¿Oíste? believes that civic education, leadership development and civic engagement are pathways to fostering individual and community empowerment. Its programs help Latinos and Latinas to critically and civically engage in the life of their community, and to change systems and structures that have historically barricaded their access to quality education, health care, housing and economic development. More information can be found at www.oiste.net.
WHAT: PODER LATINO 2013

DATE: Thursday, September 12, 2013

TIME: 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM

WHERE: Artists for Humanity Epicenter, 100 West 2d Street, South Boston


TECH GOES HOME can teach your constituents the SKILLS they need to
. Search for and apply to jobs on the internet
. Use technology to better run their small businesses
. Enhance English and work with their children using educational online programs
. Use the internet to access community resources and services

FOR FREE!

Program participants can purchase a NEW computer or tablet for ONLY $50!

Please RSVP for the event by Friday, September 6.

Click here to RSVP: http://techtoolsfornewbostonians.eventbrite.com

If you have any difficulty with the RSVP link, please email an.le@cityofboston.gov or call An Le at 617-635-1961.
If your organization would like to partner with Tech Goes Home but cannot attend the event, please email theo@techgoeshome.org to learn more.

We look forward to seeing you there!

____________________________________
About Tech Goes Home:
With support from the city of Boston, Tech Goes Home is a national nonprofit program that has successfully provided more than 10,000 under-served residents the opportunity, tools, education and access required for 21st century skills development.

TGH Small Business is a new initiative that aims to help micro-business owners use technology and online tools to Organize, Market, and Sell through 15 hours of FREE training from a trainer in the business’s community and the opportunity to purchase a new computer for a $50 copay. By the end of the program, participants will have a working knowledge of and confidence in a selection of hand-picked web tools that address common needs of micro-businesses.
Tech Goes Home is looking to partner with organizations that would be interested in adopting its FREE materials and course model. Tech Goes Home will train individuals from interested organizations, and support you throughout the duration of the course.
Visit Tech Goes Home online at www.techgoeshome.org.


 

Boston Community Forum: “Many Faces of Mental Health: Sharing Our Stories”
September 28, 2013, Kroc Center, 650 Dudley St., Dorchester.
Please help to share this upcoming event with your contacts.

Contact:
Ed K.S. Wang, Psy.D., Director
Office of Multicultural Affairs
Massachusetts Department of Mental Health
25 Staniford St.
Boston, MA 02114
617-626-8137 Fax 617-626-8131


 

Women Encouraging Empowerment Inc.
50 Walnut Avenue
P.O Box 13 Revere, MA 02151
Call 781-284-4251 for more information

An Evening of Recognition with:
Live Performances, Raffles, Award Ceremonies & International Buffet!
All for the important work WEE does in Revere, Winthrop, Chelsea, & East Boston
The 2ndAnnualCelebratingWomen’sEmpowerment
“Come and Enjoy the International Spirit of our Cities and Communities”
HOSTED BY: WOMEN ENCOURAGING EMPOWERMENT INC & VOGUISH EVENTS
Honoring Lona Frongillo & Recognizing Daniel Occena, Margerie Serrano & Gisabel Horta
On September 27, 2013, from 6:00PM-10:00PM
VFW BEACHMONT POST 6712, 150 Bennington St., Revere, MA 02151

Part-time Experienced ESOL Teacher at Women Encouraging Empowerment Inc.
Compensation: $16-$18/hour. Position starts October, 2013.
Send resume and cover letter to:
jmkoshi@gmail.com

Or via regular mail to:
Women Encouraging Empowerment Inc.
50 Walnut Avenue
P.O Box 13 Revere, MA 02151
Call 781-284-4251 for more information


 

Asian American Civic Association | 87 Tyler Street, 5th Floor | Boston | MA | 02111

FREE Automotive Technician Job Training!
22 Week Course Includes:
• Automotive repair and maintenance
• Hybrid safety and repair
• Resume development and interview practice
• Vocational English & math
• Job placement assistance
• Train with Certified Master Technicians at Madison Park Vocational High School and Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology where you can earn College Credit

Program Requirements
• Low / moderate income
• Valid U.S. driver’s licence
• Good driving record
• GED / H.S. diploma (preferred)
• FREE for students who qualify

How To Apply
Attend an information & testing session held every Tuesday at 2pm

To book your place, contact Rochelle Silva:
(617) 426-9492 x227
recruitment@aaca-boston.org

ARRIVE EARLY! SESSION STARTS PROMPTLY AT 2 PM. NO ONE ADMITTED AFTER SESSION BEGINS

Address:
87 Tyler Street
5th Floor Boston
MA 02111
(Near Tufts Medical Center on Orange and Silver Lines)
Directions on our website >>

Program funded in part by the US Dept. of Labor Green Jobs Innovation Fund.
*Women & veterans highly encouraged to apply*


Boston J’ouvert Carnival Annual Awards Ceremony
October 6, 2013
4:00 – 9:00 PM
Unity Sports Club
10 Dunbar Avenue
Dorchester, MA
617-512-7803

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