Mar/25/2017 Black To The Future’s Saturday Academy – Grades K-11 – 11am – 2pm

Posted by lgannon • March 25th, 2017

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Join the Saturday Academy for Academic Enrichment and Fun! 

 

 

Dear Families,

 

We are happy to announce the Black To The Future initiative’s Saturday Academy for students in grades k-11! The Black To The Future (BTTF) is a call to action for African-American empowerment in San Francisco.  BTTF is a community driven collaboration among non-profit groups in San Francisco.  The collaborative is an effort to strengthen services for African-American families and their children in areas of advocacy, health, education, workforce development, and violence prevention. The Saturday Academy is an effort to provide quality (out of school) educational enrichment and support through fun hands on learning programs that will strive to build and support academic performance, socialization skills, and self-esteem.

 

Please click BTTF Saturday Academy to view more details about the academy and to register your child for the program.  Please note: if you would like to enroll more than one child, make sure to register each child separately.

 

You don’t want your child to miss this opportunity! REGISTER TODAY!!!

 

In Community,

 

BACK ON TRACK~100% COLLEGE PREP~URBAN ED ACADEMY

 

The Black To The Future Education Team

Mar/25/2017 Buchanan Mall Community Celebration – 2pm – 5pm

Posted by lgannon • March 25th, 2017

   

Mar/24/2017 Point Richmond Jazz presents ​Idris Ackamoor & the Pyramids

Posted by lgannon • March 24th, 2017

Point Richmond Jazz presents
​Idris Ackamoor & the Pyramids featuringSandra Poindexter, violin
David Molina – guitar, Skyler Stover – bass,
Sandor Moss – drums, Silvestre Martinez – percussions

March 24, 2017@7:30 PM
​201 Martina St.
Point Richmond, CA 94801
https://www.facebook.com/events/1007369835999066/

Mar/23/2017 Family Empowerment Summit: Triple A to Wellness – 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Posted by lgannon • March 23rd, 2017

Western Addition Wellness Coalition Presents:
Family Empowerment Summit

“Triple A to Wellness”
Access – Wellness providers will be available
Activities – Stress reduction activities
Action – Speak up! Speak out! Ways to have your voice heard.

African American Arts & Culture Complex
762 Fulton St. @ Webster

Special Guest Facilitator: Dr. Abner Boles

$20 Gift Cards to the first 50 community members + Dinner will be provided!

Space Limited!! Please contact awilliamsassoc@yahoo.com or 415-424-2980 if you are able to attend.

Family Empowerment Summit flyer

Mar/23/2017 Women in Trades Information Session – 2:40pm – 4:00pm

Posted by lgannon • March 23rd, 2017

Women on the Rise

Increasing Women in the Construction Trades

 

Bay Area Women: Build the Bay and Your Future—better pay better benefits, better life.

Employers Need YOU! Hop on the construction workforce career train by becoming a tradeswoman.

Good starting hourly wages ($17-25/hr) plus great benefits (health, pension, vacation)

 

Learn More

Attend an information session in your area to learn about:

  • Bay Area jobs and what it takes to start work in just a few weeks
  • Bay Area training programs that can prepare you
  • 26 specialized trades that provide PAID on–the-job apprentice training
  • Help available to you to cover fees, tools, childcare and more
 Date    Location
Thurs, March 23
2:40 pm – 4:00 pm
City College of San Francisco
Wellness Center, Room 103
Enter off Ocean Ave. @ Howth St.)

 

Stay connected

Fill in this short form to receive more information about this program and future opportunities.

About

SFPUC Workforce & Economic Programs Bureau is part of the PUC’s Infrastructure Division which is responsible for the modernization and upkeep of the vast water systems improvement program (WSIP), and water delivery from the Sierra Mountains to SF and Peninsula and the City’s sewer system improvement system program (SSIP).

The Workforce & Economic Programs Bureau leverages the two Improvement programs to fund specialized training which provide employment opportunities to residents throughout the PUC’s service delivery territory.

Through partnerships with community organizations, local government agencies, Oakland Tradeswomen Inc., the San Francisco Construction and Building Trades Council, unions and contractors, the PUC is expanding its’ endeavors to engage large numbers of women to enter the construction trades and prosper from the middle class jobs that union trades provide.

For more information or questions contact us via email or at 415-554-1809

Mar/23/2017 Painter Executive is Hiring a Creativity Explored Executive Director

Posted by lgannon • March 23rd, 2017

Please contact Nancy@painterexecutivesearch.com
(415) 202- 6240 with any questions regarding this position.

Mar/21/2017 Each One, Teach One: Young Men’s Empowerment & Support Group – 5pm-7pm

Posted by lgannon • March 21st, 2017

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Mar/21/2017 Kindergarten to College (K2C) – 10:00am & 6:00pm

Posted by lgannon • March 21st, 2017

Kindergarten to College (K2C) will be holding two Parent volunteer sessions this month. Parents who attend will receive $25 into their child’s K2C account. Parents will learn about the K2C program and how it may impact students’ financial and school success. They will also learn how to become a K2C School Ambassador or volunteer to help engage more families. We would like for you to encourages all your parents to attend this session to learn or become involved with K2C. We would really appreciate if you can help spread the word to all your parents as we would like to reach out to as many parents as possible.

 

Tuesday, March 21, 10:00am-11:00am

San Francisco Public Library Latino Room, 100 Larkin St San Francisco, 94102

Tuesday, March 21, 6:00pm-7:00pm

San Francisco Public Library Latino Room, 100 Larkin St San Francisco, 94102

 

 

Click Link to RSVPhttps://tinyurl.com/K2CAmbassador

 

Questions? Contact Bashir Algaheim, bashir.algaheim@sfgov.org,  415-554-4453

 

Mar/20/2017 Regis is Hiring Part-Time Inventory Associates

Posted by lgannon • March 20th, 2017

Mar/20/2017 Calvary Presbyterian Church is Hiring

Posted by lgannon • March 20th, 2017

Youth

Volunteering and Paid Childcare Team Work

We currently have two high school male students volunteering at our Sunday Studio children’s ministries for SFUSD Community Service Hours requirements. We also have several young women age 17 and up (high school, SFSU, CCSF students etc.) as hired Childcare Team Members who work at Sunday Studio, Wednesday Playgroup, and Calvary Camp (July 31 – August 4).

Is it possible to post these opportunities at the Youth and TAY Job fair on March 29? My kids are on SFUSD break that week or I would attend and do on-site interviews. I am so happy to see that New Door Ventures will be there. Calvary partners with them in many ways.

Here is the link for our Calvary Camp counselor positions (volunteer and paid). This sign up is for Adult volunteers and then Camp Counselors (scroll down for sign up).

https://calvarypresbyterian.org/calvary-camp-2017-volunteer-opportunities/

Children

Calvary Camp

July 31 – August 1

9 am – 4 pm

extended care available: 8 am – 5 pm

https://calvarypresbyterian.org/calvary-camp-2017/

We would like to offer the Calvary Camp experience to children 4 – 9 yrs. free of camp cost or for partial scholarship. If you know of interested families, contact me. I usually have a conversation with the parents about the camp schedule, how we approach faith, and address any questions or concerns the family may have. This worked out well last year. All are welcome.