Did you know that youth ages 14-22 have job resources available to them? Attend a 6 week series of workshops, use a computer lab, get assistance with applications and resumes, or explore college choices. The opportunities are endless. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-664-3896!
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BBC is seeking an AmeriCorps VISTA member to serve a one-year term assisting with the wrap-around school model at Anton Grdina k-8 School in the Kinsman neighborhood.
This person will work on expanding the Homework Help Program, as well as developing and supporting additional in-school and after-school programs and events that promote student academic achievement.
For more information on how to apply, click here:
Please spread the word!
Whether it comes from a carton, a glass jar, or a plastic jug, cow’s milk is generally what most people are used to drinking. Did you know there are different kinds of milk? So, with so many different kinds of milk in grocery stores how do we know which ones to choose?
- Soy Milk – Made from an extract of soy beans and is typically mixed with water and a natural sweetener.
- Rice Milk – Made from a mixture of partially milled rice and water.
- Organic Milk – Comes from cows that have been fed organic feed, roam freely, or graze on pesticide free grass.
- Raw Milk – Comes from cows but is not pasteurized.
Cow’s milk is generally pasteurized but some people believe that you should try raw cow’s milk to ensure you are getting as many nutrients as possible. Pasteurization is the process that kills all of the harmful bacteria in raw milk by heating it to a specific temperature for a specific amount of time. Pasteurization was developed by Louis Pasteur in 1864, as a means of killing organisms responsible for diseases like typhoid fever, tuberculosis, and diphtheria.
Cow’s milk that has been pasteurized offers 9 essential nutrients such as:
- Vitamin D
- Vitamin B12
- Vitamin A
- Riboflavin (B2)
What if you’re a vegan or your poor tummy can’t digest cow’s milk? There are a a lot of different choices. We suggest trying rice milk or soy milk.
Soy milk is dairy-free and made from an extract of soy beans. It is typically mixed with water and a natural sweetener so it tastes and looks similar cow’s milk. Soy milk often has calcium and vitamin D added to it to increase its nutritional value.
Rice milk is also dairy-freeand is made from a mixture of partially milled rice and water. It often has vitamin A, vitamin D, B vitamins, calcium and iron added to enhance its nutritional benefits.
No matter what you choose,it is important to keep a balanced diet. To get the full benefits of cow’s milk and these nine essential nutrients, the USDA recommends adults and children to consume two to three servings of milk (or cheese or yogurt) each day. A serving size is 1 cup of milk or yogurt, 1.5 ounces of natural cheese or 2 ounces of processed cheese.
Dont forget to visit!
Save the Date!
The East 73rd Street Community Club Presents
Location: Mrs. Holmes’ Ka La Healing Garden (on E. 73rd St. between Cedar and Central)
Date: Saturday, December 15th
Time: 4pm – 6pm
Let’s come together to celebrate a successful 2012 and the winter season with music and entertainment.
This event is FREE, but guests are encouraged to bring a donation of Toys for community Boys and Girls.
Youth Gift Exchange: Bring a gift (limit $2), exchange with someone else. Bring a gift – Get a gift
Contact Brenda Metzger with any Questions : (216) 432-1001 or email@example.com
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY
Spring 2013 RECRUITING
Potential Paid Internship
Full Time Career Opportunities
STARTS JANUARY 2013 – Enroll Today!!!
IF YOU ARE:
- 18-21 YEARS OF AGE
- HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE or GED RECEIPIENT
- CUYAHOGA COUNTY RESIDENT
- INTERESTED IN SHORT TERM TRADE TRAINING LEADING TO EMPLOYMENT
Register @ http://techacademies.org
Or Come see us at:
CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE
2415 WOODLAND AVE.
CLEVELAND, OH 44105
Unified Technologies Center (UTC) Building Room 239
**Deadline November 30th, 2012**
For more Information please call:
216-987-6304; 216-987-3228 or 216-554-1038
Central Promise Neighborhood Connections Grant Program
Grants to support youth and community
Central Promise Neighborhood Connections Grants are available for community groups in Cleveland’s Central neighborhood that seek to become involved in creating and developing positive opportunities for youth particularly as it relates to education, health, safety, and community stability.
Grants up to $3000 for neighborhood groups to support youth and build community in the Central Neighborhood.
Learn more about applying for a Central Promise Neighborhood Connections Grant at one of these workshops:Grantseeker Workshop- Tuesday, April 24th 3pm – 5pm Sterling Branch Library 2200 E. 30th St. Grantseeker Workshop – Tuesday, May 1st 5pm – 6:45pm Woodland Branch Library 5806 Woodland Ave Grantseeker Workshop – Thursday, May 10th 6pm – 8pm Lonnie Burten Rec Center 2511 E. 46th St. Extra Help Session Saturday, May 12th 1pm – 4pm Woodland Library 5806 Woodland
For more information call 216.615.7582 or visit www.centralpromiseneighborhood.org
Proposal Deadline May 15th at 5pm!
CMSD Parent University :
CMSD Parent University is designed to increase the capacity of parents and caregivers to support their children’s education, impact school improvement and improve the quality of life in their communities.
What is Parent University?
CMSD Parent University provides information through workshops on a variety of topics such as: computer basics, reading at home, advocacy for students and college readiness, which will help parents and caregivers increase their ability to advance student learning and promote academic success.
CMSD Parent University is free to all parents and caregivers of CMSD students.
Registration for workshops will be required.
Spring Session April 2 – May 31, 2012
Locations: Thomas Jefferson Newcomers Academy
West Side Boys & Girls Club
We will provide dinner, recreational activities for children and raffles for all participants.
For more information, contact the Office of Family and Community Engagement (F.A.C.E.) at 216.858.0117.
In partnership with the Neighborhood Leadership Institute
a hip-hop twist to encourage taking care of the planet through recycling, agriculture training and going green.
This performance is based on “Brink City, Green n’ the Ghetto” a comic book series by Damien Forshewith additional music and Lyrics by Sens Musiq
Performances on Saturdays at 1:00pm and 4:00pm starting this weekend (1/14) and continue through January 28th at Karamu House. Cost is $10. Karamu House is located at:2355 E. 89th St. Cleveland, OH 44106 For more information call 216-795-7070 or Purchase Tickets Online :
Grants to support youth and community
Central Promise Neighborhood Connections Grants are available for community groups in the Central neighborhood that seek to become involved in creating and developing positive opportunities for youth, particularly as it relates to education, health, safety, and community stability.
Learn more about applying for a Central Promise Neighborhood Connections Grant at one of these workshops!Grantseeker Workshop : Tuesday January 3rd 6-8 pm @ Friendly Inn Settlement House (2386 Unwin Rd.) Grantseeker Workshop : Thursday January 12th 4-6 pm @ Shiloh Baptist Church (5500 Scovill ) Extra Help Session : Saturday January 14th 11 am – 1 pm @ Woodland Library (5806 Woodland )
Visit www.clevelandpromiseneighborhood.org or call 216.615.7582 for more info.
Pick up applications, or drop off completed applications at these locations:Friendly Inn : Attention Richgina Jeff (2386 Unwin) Neighborhood Connections : 1422 Euclid Ave. Suite 1300 Or Right Here At BBC! 7201 Kinsman Rd. Suite 104 (Attention: Joy Johnson)
Neighborhood Groups are elligible for up to $3000 for projects, but act fast! The deadline for grant applications is January 17th, 2012 at 5:00 pm.
Know someone who is looking for affordable summer activities for their child? Well look no further! The YMCA Summer Activities camp is here!
Who: Open to students entering 5th-8th grades.
What: Summer Activities Camp with weekly field trips and free dinner for all youth 18 and under
When: 2 four week sessions, starts June 14th Mon-Fri., 1pm-6pm.
Where: The Downtown YMCA Youth Center, 2200 Prospect Ave.
Why: All youth need structured activities and you get all this for just $12!!! And if you still need help affording the cost, the YMCA offers scholarships for programs and membership.
So sign up fast, space is filling up! Please pass on the word.
Please contact Shanita S. Tartt,Program Director, Community Youth Services, YMCA of Greater Cleveland, 2200 Prospect Ave. E, Suite 900, Cleveland, OH 44115
P: 216.263.6872 F: 216.263.6896