SIGN UP TODAY !!!!! CLASSES START APRIL3rd @GeorgetownCampus South Seattle College
English Skills: Reading, writing, speaking, listening with focus on trades jobs, training and safety.
Reading blueprints, math for trades, job readiness, team skills and customer service.
Preparation for Trades I-BESTs: CNC Machining, Auto MLR, Auto Body.
Spring 2017 at the Georgetown Campus- 6737 Corson Ave S. Classes start Monday April, 3, 2017
Monday-Friday 8am to 11am, Building A, Room 123
This course is only $25!!
Contact 206-934-5363 or stop by the ESL office located in the Robert Smith Building, Room 2, on our main campus (South Seattle) 6000 16th Ave SW.
Closing the Educational Opportunity Gap- Out of Office Signing: March 30th @1:30 PM
Please Join Governor Jay Inslee for the signing of House Bill 1541: Implementing strategies to Close the Educational Opportunity Gap. The bill was based on the recommendations of the educational opportunity gap oversight and accountability committee. Bill Sponsors: Santos, Ortiz-Self, Tharinger, Orwall, Moscoso, Gregerson
This bill addresses structural problems within the educational system that disproportionately affects students of color and reduces their opportunities to excel academically. Specifically, the disconnect between students of color and their educators; the disconnect between schools and families of students of color. As well, the bill centers on student discipline reform and the lack of quality student demographic data needed by policymakers.
When: Wednesday, March 30th from 1:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Where: Aki Kurose Middle School, Library: 3928 South Graham St, Seattle, WA 98118
Workers Right Curriculum - Washington State Labor Education and Research Center at the Georgetown campus of South Seattle College.
Curriculum sharing and discussion
Workers’ Rights Workshop Demonstration
Planning a Seattle Workers’ Rights Institute for Summer of 2016
The Filipino Community of Seattle invite's you to a reception for Ana Mari Cauce, 33rd President of the University of Washington
Location: YWCA Greenbridge Learning Center
Join us for a hands-on interactive workshop by 21 Progress that uses storytelling to communicate labor laws followed by a workshop with the Wage Claim Project. Learn about labor standards in Seattle, share your experience as a worker or as someone affected by unjust work conditions.
Light food will be provided. Open to family, friends, and co-workers!
Supported by: YWCA, Coalition of Immigrants Refugees and Communities of Color, 21 Progress, and White Center Community Development Association
The 34th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration with Workshops, Rally and March
WorkShops: 9:30 Am to 10:50AM
Rally: 11:00 Am to 12:30PM
March : 12:30PM -March to Jackson Federal Building,
2nd & Madison, downtown Seattle
Location: Garfield High School
For More Information Call : (206)786-2763
Featuring former WA State Representative and longtime
anti-trafficking organizer, Velma Veloria
Hosted by IAM District Lodge 751
Address: 9125 15th Place South, Seattle WA
Tickets ($50 Individual /$400 table)
RSVP to Gillian Locascio at 206-227-3079 or email@example.com
Members of our coalition have raised the issue of translating our voter ballots and pamphlets into other East African languages. We will be meeting with Councilmember Upthegrove to talk about this issue.
Metropolitan King County Council
516 Third Avenue, Room 1200
Office (206) 477-0950
Join the Coalition of Immigrants Refugees and Communities of Color, Got Green? and the Washington Bus for the final Youth Agenda canvass of 2015!
Want to scope out your trick or treat route? Join us as we knock on doors in District 2 to remind young people to turn in their ballots with the help of our handy voter guide ( http://seattlevoterguide.org/).
As always food, high fives from your favorite votebot, and a great time are on us. To RSVP check out the link above.
If you have any questions please give us a call at (206) 484 -7573 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org
This forum is for ALL districts and at-large positions.
CIRCC members have prepared several questions for all the candidates. Members of our communities will meet candidates, raise important issues facing our communities, and have the chance to directly ask candidates their questions. Candidates will respond to our communities’ issues and how they will address them.
Lunch will be served, entertainment, and voter registration is all included in this event. Event is FREE and open to the public.
Location: Eritrean Association, 1528 Valentine Pl S, Seattle, WA 98144
10:00 – 11:30 Round One - District 1, District 2, and District 3
11:30 – 1:00 Round Two - District 4, District 5, and District 6
1:00-1:30 Lunch and Cultural Performances
1:30 – 3:00 Round Three - District 7, at-large positions 8 & 9
Co-sponsors: Kaya Collaborative, Puget Sound Sage, Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, 4Culture
Questions/Comments: Contact Velma Veloria at email@example.com
11am – 12pm Continental breakfast and Community Building
12m – 1pm Canvass Training
1pm – 4pm Neighbor to neighbor outreach
4pm – 5pm Food, Raffles, and Closing
Calling all college students, recent grads, and young and seasoned professionals of Seattle. We are looking for people to join us on Saturday, Sept 19th in our efforts to increase civic engagement in our communities by registering people to vote, one neighborhood at a time!
Our goal is to improve the conditions of Seattle’s most disadvantaged communities. By mobilizing our community members, specifically low-income families, people of color, and immigrants, to participate civically, we are one step closer to achieving quality education, health and social services, safe and clean streets, affordable housing, and a thriving local economy.
This is a great opportunity to serve your community, learn about grassroots organizing, and earn volunteer hours. We will be providing breakfast, snacks, and light dinner. At the end, raffle prizes will be given out, the more friends you bring the higher your chances are of winning.