BBC is seeking a Community Wrap Around Site Coordinator to support the students and families of Anton Grdina School Students. Learn more about the position here.
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Learn about upcoming training programs in urban agriculture!
OSU Extension will offer training programs in the winter of 2015 in community gardening and market gardening. Come to an Information Session to learn more about these Training Programs:
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
6:00 – 6:45 pm
OSU Extension Office
5320 Stanard Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44103
Description of Training Programs:
In this eight week training program, participants will learn how to:
- Locate and assess a good garden site
- Organize a group of gardeners
- Plan and design a garden space
- Identify community resources
- Access materials for their project
- Increase neighborhood access to fresh produce
- * Classes will meet Thursday evenings starting January 29, 2015.
In this twelve week training program, participants will learn how to:
- Develop a small business or agriculture based enterprise
- Grow produce using techniques that create higher yields
- Bring healthy produce to local markets in urban neighborhoods
- Be part of Cuyahoga County’s emerging local food market
- * Classes will meet Tuesday evenings starting January 27, 2015
The Market Gardener Training Program and the Dig In! Community Gardener Training Program are initiatives of The Ohio State University Extension, Cuyahoga County.
The Ohio State University Extension, Cuyahoga County: 5320 Stanard Ave. Cleveland, OH 44103 http://cuyahoga.osu.edu
For questions contact Nicole Wright: 216-429-8200 x 249 // email@example.com
CFAES provides research and related educational programs to clientele on a nondiscriminatory basis. For more information: http://go.osu.edu/cfaesdiversity.
Cuyahoga Community College’s Saturday Family Academy (SFA) is a program dedicated to facilitating parental involvement in education which is critical and necessary to student success. Saturday Family Academy engages the entire family including young children ages 4 and up, and offers innovative instruction and advising in many crucial areas including education, personal and professional development, career and technical training, leadership development and financial education. Saturday Family Academy is also aligned with the College’s key objective of nurturing and growing Tri-C’s legacy of community engagement and collaboration. Hundreds of families have already participated and benefited from their participation
- College readiness
- Chess instruction for ages 8-18
- Educational and career opportunities
- Personal & professional development
- Financial literacy
- Community resources
- Activities for children ages 4-7
Fall 2014 SFA begins Saturday, September 20 10:00AM-1:00PM at the Tri-C Metropolitan Campus Center in MCC10 and continues October 4 and 18, November 1 and 15, and December 6. Families register and sign-in from 9:30-9:45AM. Classes begin promptly at 10:00AM. Registration is FREE and includes all 6 fall sessions.
Pre-registration is encouraged. Completed applications can be scanned and returned by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to 216-987-4941
For updates and more information about Saturday Family Academy: Visit www. tri-c.edu/familyacademy, or call 216-987-4949.
Everyone is cordially invited to a community meeting to learn more about the new Community Wraparound Strategy:
George Washington Carver STEM School and Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc.
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
2200 E. 55th Street
This strategy is designed to support our student’s success in school and support strong communities
YOUR PARTICIPATION IS NECESSARY!
We need YOUR feedback in identifying programs and services to support our school and community. You will also learn about the role of the Site Coordinator devoted to support students, their families and our communities!
Learn more at www.LiveUnitedForKids.org
Third Federal and ESOP are partnership to provide education classes for those interested in buying a home. Topics include homebuying process basics, budgeting, credit management, affordable mortgage products, shopping and maintaining a home, financial assistance programs, and down-payment assistance program options. Classes are FREE but space is limited! Be sure to sign up today – advance registration is required.
September 2014: Two part course*
Part 1: September 4th: 6pm-9pm
Part 2: September 11th: 6pm-9pm
7000 Euclid Avenue, Suite 203, Cleveland, Ohio 44103
*Attendance at both courses is required. Upon completing the seminar requirements, Third Federal will give you $2,000 towards your down payment.**
Individual readiness assessments and pre-purchasing counseling also available!
**Maximum loan amount is $150,000. Must originate loan with Third Federal to receive $2,000 towards down payment. Details of the down payment assistance program will be provided at the seminar. ESOP is a HUD-approved housing counseling agency.
Interested in learning knife skills, using different herbs and spices and stretching grocery money all while “Cooking 4 Health” ?? Then this cooking class series is for you. Every Thursday from 6-8pm at Cornucopia Place Chef Robin Blair will be teaching the ins and outs of cooking for your best health at no charge. It is not too late to sign up!
To register call 216-341-1455 or visit http://cornucopiaplacebbc.eventbrite.com
Topics are as follows:
July 17: Breakfast
July 24: Fast Food
July 31: Fruits and Veggies
August 7: Grains
August 14: Menu Planning and Recipe Renovations
August 21: Rethink Our Drink
August 28: Desserts
Space is limited so please RSVP today!
The Neighborhood Leadership Development Program is proud to announce that it has begun it’s recruitment and selection period for NLDP Cohort VIII. This period will last from June 2nd to July 31st.
The vision of the Neighborhood Leadership Development Program is to foster the growth of a new vanguard of engaged neighborhood leaders in the City of Cleveland who are prepared and committed to creating progressive change in a variety of areas throughout Cleveland and the region.
The Neighborhood Leadership Development Program is a unique program designed to enhance the diverse leadership abilities of engaged neighborhood leaders who are committed to creating a city that works for everyone.
Join the over 120 NLDP graduates. Graduates include Jerome Baker from Men of Central, Belinda Gator of We Have a Dream Kickball Team based in Central, Brenda Metzger of the E. 73rd St. Block Club in Central and Myra Simmons of the Marshall Avenue Safety Group in Kinsman. Information about NLDP and applications may be obtained by going to their website at NLDPCleveland.com or by calling , 216-776-6167.
NLDP is sponsored by the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation
Are you interested or know of someone interested in becoming a Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood (CCPN) Ambassador?? Cleveland Promise Neighborhood is now accepting recommendations and referrals!
As a Promise Ambassador, some responsibilities include:
- Organizing and leading community outreach and engagement
- Provide leadership and resident voice on committees
- Serving as a primary connector the Promise initiative with the greater community
Now is the time to join for the upcoming training session for new ambassadors. The training is designed to prepare and support ambassadors as leaders in the community, while creating an opportunity for them to partner with other leaders and organizations that are committed to the vision for the Promise neighborhood.
The training will be held at Friendly Inn Settlement House on Tuesday, June 17 from 12 noon – 2:30 p.m. To learn more and/or to reserve a seat, please contact Sandra Golden, Promise Associate Director at 216.431.7656, extension 168. Lunch will be served, so please respond by June 13 at the latest.
Environmental Health Watch, in collaboration with Rid-All Green Partnership and Case Western Reserve University Social Justice Institute, will come together again for:
Race, Food & Justice Conference 2014: Analyzing the Urban Food Movement through a Social Justice Lens.
The two-day conference will be held on April 4th-5th, 2014 at Case Western Reserve University.
Friday April 4th, 6:00p.m.-9:00p.m. at Case Western Reserve University Allen Memorial Library located at 11000 Euclid Ave and Adelbert Rd. Doors open at 5p.m. and refreshments will be served. FREE street metered parking available after 6, pay parking garages available on Adelbert Rd., Ford Dr. and East Blvd. Speakers include Dr. Monica White , Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Dara Cooper, Director NYC Food and Fitness Partnership.
Saturday April 5th, 9:30a.m.-2:30p.m. at University Circle United Methodist Church located at 1919 E. 107th and Chester Avenue. Doors open at 9a.m. with a continental breakfast and lunch provided. Speakers include Mistinguette Smith of the Black Land Project, Malik Yakini of Detroit Black Community Food Security Network and Jonathan Ferrer of United Puerto Rican Organization of Sunset Park. On Saturday, FREE parking at Judson Manor on E. 107th, Pentecostal Church on 105th/Chester and on MLK Blvd.
For more information contact:
Kim at 216-961-4646 extension 104 or email@example.com
Shelley at 216-368-7568 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The event is FREE and open to the public. To register, go to www.brownpapertickets.com
Have some extra free time available? Love to help school-age children learn? This is the opportunity for you! Anton Grdina Elementary School, located at 2955 East 71st Street is looking for volunteer tutors for third graders.
-Meet with students at least once or twice per week at Anton Grdina
-Assist students with assigned work or practice in subject areas
-Work with 1-3 students at a time outside of the classroom
ALL tutors must pass a criminal background check before tutoring students!
-Attendance at a one hour orientation/training session prior to volunteering
-One hour per week minimum committment
-Weekdays during school hours: 8:00a.m.-2:10p.m.
-Three month minimum committment
1. Call Curtis Hutchison, Curriculum Specialist, with any questions and for a short screening interview at 440-225-7574
2. Fill out CMSD registration and release forms
3. Bring to Anton Grdina office or send to:
Cleveland Metropolitan School District
Family and Community Engagement Office
1380 East 6th Street, Room 135
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
4. Schedule a background check with the volunteer manager
Call volunteer manager at: 216-574-7182
Background checks are performed by the Safety and Security Department located at 1349 East 79th Street, Room 110 Cleveland, Ohio 44103
Time: 9:00a.m.-11:00a.m. and 2:00p.m.-4:00p.m.
Cost: $46.00 payable with money order. Anton Grdina can cover this!