Microsoft YouthSpark: Helping young people create and capture opportunity

Helping young people create and capture opportunity Today’s youth face an opportunity divide – a gap between those who have access to the skills and training they need to be successful, and those who do not. With more than 75 million unemployed youth around the world, we must work together to close this divide inContinue reading “Microsoft YouthSpark: Helping young people create and capture opportunity”

GET THESE JOBS PEOPLE! – Work Source Events Calendar

Assessment & Interview Session Thursday, December 18, 2014 | 8:30am Location: WorkSource Vancouver 5411 E. Mill Plain Blvd, Suite 15 Vancouver, WA 98661-7046 The United States Census Bureau is now hiring Field Representative Interviews. Minimum Qualifications: US Citizen 18+ years old High school diploma/GED 6 months clerical, administrative, customer service, or related experience Valid driver’sContinue reading “GET THESE JOBS PEOPLE! – Work Source Events Calendar”

Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS)

From: http://acrs.org/ Teen Peer Advocate Program The Teen Peer Advocate Program (TPAP) is comprised of young women offering community education and peer-to-peer support groups for high school girls. Trained teen peer advocates provide education and outreach to other Asian Pacific American youth at area schools, communities and other youth services. The school-based support groups offerContinue reading “Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS)”

Community Outreach: United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Washington

Community Outreach The United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Washington is committed to effectively serving our community and engages in outreach in order to prevent crime, respond to community needs, and promote good citizenship. Through our outreach efforts, the office connects with local community groups and organizations to discuss ways our workContinue reading “Community Outreach: United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Washington”

Seattle “May Day” Preparations Briefing at Public Safety

EVENT DATE: April 16, 2014 2 p.m. SEATTLE – Councilmember Bruce Harrell, chair of the Council’s Public Safety, Civil Rights and Technology Committee, will host a briefing regarding the Seattle Police Department’s preparation plan to ensure peaceful and orderly demonstrations on “May Day,” May 1st. WHAT: “May Day” Preparations Briefing at Public Safety, Civil RightsContinue reading “Seattle “May Day” Preparations Briefing at Public Safety”

Murray announces additional details on Income Inequality Symposium March 24, 2014

Also see the Ask the Mayor video from MARCH 25, 2014 Mayor Murray, Seattle University and Local Progress are presenting a one-day conference addressing income inequality and the role of the minimum wage in Seattle. The conference will be held on March 27 at Seattle University. It is free, open to the public, and willContinue reading “Murray announces additional details on Income Inequality Symposium March 24, 2014”

Subscribe to Seattle Central Community College Campus Alerts

Subscribe to Alerts About the Alert System Seattle Community Colleges students and staff members can sign up to receive text message and email alerts in case of a campus emergency or unplanned closure. Log in using your College SID and PIN to designate a cell phone number (for text message alerts) or the email addressContinue reading “Subscribe to Seattle Central Community College Campus Alerts”