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Become a Cleveland Police Officer

October 17th, 2017 by Joy Johnson

City of Cleveland Police Entry Exam Orientation Events
The City of Cleveland will be taking applications for the position of Police Officer in November. The City anticipates hiring 250 Officers in 2018.

Members of the Public Safety Recruitment Team will be hosting Orientation Events.
At these Orientations, recruiters will be answering questions regarding the application process, testing process, the Personal History Statement, physical agility test, etc.

Tuesday November 7th 5:15-7:15
Michael Zone Rec Center 6301 Lorain Rd.

Tuesday November 14th 5:00-7:00
Thurgood Marshall Rec Center 8611 Hough Ave

Tuesday November 21st 5:00-7:00
Gunning Rec Center 16700 Puritas

Tuesday November 28th 5:00-7:00
Collinwood Rec Center 16300 Lakeshore Blvd

Can’t make it but need more info? Follow us on Facebook (City of Cleveland Public Safety Recruitment) and Twitter (@CLErecruitment) or email us at CPDRecruitment@city.cleveland.oh.us

ICYMI: Apply to be our Real Estate Development Specialist

October 2nd, 2017 by jsugalski

BBC is seeking the ideal candidate to be our real estate development specialist.  This is a new position that will play a major part in our expansion into the Buckeye neighborhood.

Here is the posting.

The application period is open until Friday, October 20, 2017 or when we fill the position.

BBC is hiring for two positions

August 30th, 2017 by jsugalski

Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc. is hiring a Real Estate Development Specialist and Community Outreach Coordinator. These positions will primarily carry out community revitalization initiatives in Cleveland’s Buckeye neighborhood.

Job announcements are as follows:

Community Outreach Coordinator

Real Estate Development Specialist

 

Cleveland Clinic Employment Workshop

August 16th, 2017 by Megan Goedeker

Come out to the Cleveland Clinic Employment workshop!

Wednesday, August 30, 2017 

from 5:00 – 7:30pm

at PNC Fairfax Connection: 8220 Carnegie Ave. Cleveland, OH 44103

Sponsored by the Cleveland Clinic’s Greater University Circle Employee Resource Group in collaboration with the Talent Acquisition Team.

Attendees will learn about resume writing and interview tips and tools, discover how to navigate Cleveland Clinic’s Career website and application process, and explore employment opportunities with Cleveland Clinic!

Register online Here by August 28! Register early as space is limited! Call 216-444-9345 with questions.

Apply to for AmeriCorp Vista – Resident Resource Coordinator

August 15th, 2017 by Megan Goedeker

Burten, Bell, Carr is hiring a Resident Resource Coordinator through AmeriCorp Vista!

The resident resource coordinator will support and enhance the collective impact work taking place with the Central Neighborhood’s Healthy Eating, Active Living (HEAL) Network. As the resident resource coordinator, the VISTA member will help train and support resident ambassadors who are looking to increase their leadership capacity while improving access to healthy foods in their community!

Experience required includes:

– Satisfactory oral and written communication skills

– Ability to interact effectively with the public, particularly low-income families

– Satisfactory computer skills,  including Microsoft Office and social media outlets

– Experience in community organizing

– Prior experience facilitating health and wellness programming

– Strong understanding of local food systems and needs in low income neighborhoods

– Minimum: Bachelor Degree

Functions include, but are not limited too, assessing the capacity and community outreach needs of HEAL Network Institutions, collect and enter data, research funding to support educational initiative for HEAL programs in Central and Kinsman, and provide resident ambassadors with support and connections to resources that will help them implement projects.

Find the job posting and apply Here!

Or apply by emailing a resume and cover letter to info@bbcdevelopment.org or mailing to 7201 Kinsman Rd. Ste. 104, Cleveland, OH 44104.

Colfax & Minnie Community Meeting – Wed 8/9

August 2nd, 2017 by jsugalski

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Apply for the Neighborhood Leadership Development Program!

August 1st, 2017 by Megan Goedeker

There is still time to apply for the Neighborhood Leadership Development Program (NLDP)!

This program helps train community leaders to create progressive change throughout the neighborhoods! Being the eleventh cohort, there is a team of leaders there to help and support. This program offers 16 sessions over 10 months to learn about community engagement, group facilitation, fundraising, conflict resolution, and more!

Find more information and applications Here! Applications are due August 4, 2017!

BBC Secures funding for more affordable Housing in Kinsman

July 27th, 2017 by Megan Goedeker

Congratulations to the Burten, Bell, Carr development team who secured one of the coveted tax-credits awards to finance their project to build affordable housing on vacant lots on Colfax Road and Minnie Street. 36 two- and three-story homes will be built for rent, and then eventually for purchase. This is a great opportunity for the whole organization and for the community!

Read about BBC’s project and the other winners in the Cleveland area Here!

Common Ground: Re-Envisioning Kinsman!

July 25th, 2017 by Megan Goedeker

Common Ground: Re-Envisioning Kinsman

Sunday July 30, 2017

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

CornUcopia Place: 7201 Kinsman Rd. Ste. 103B, Cleveland, OH 44104

Join BBC for a discussion surrounding connectivity in Kinsman! What does connectivity mean to you: relationships between different communities, relationship within your own community, transportation, accessible technology, or something different?

Common Ground is county-wide community conversation. The Cleveland Foundation is working with partners across the region to bring Cuyahoga County residents together on one day this summer to meet, share a meal connect, and discuss what we can do together to create a more equitable and resilient Greater Cleveland – our shared home, our common ground!

The event is free but registration is needed. Register Here!

Learn About Urban Farming on Cleveland’s East Side

July 19th, 2017 by Megan Goedeker

Learn about all the urban farming that is happening on Cleveland’s east side, specifically in Kinsman and Central!

Read this cleveland.com article that discusses the urban farms on the east side of Cleveland including the Ka-La Healing Garden, Rid-All Green Partnership, and the our very own Kinsman Farm.

While there is no official definition of an urban farm, Cleveland, by some estimates, is considered the second largest urban farming city in the U.S.!

Join in the growing movement and support your local urban farm!!