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星期五, 7月 21, 2017

聯邦研討會 7/29 上羅爾


One-Day Seminar Session - Lowell, MA
July 
2017
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Join us next Saturday(July 29th), in Lowell, MA
 
For an Intensive, One-Day Seminar Session
(... Application Link, below)
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Join us in Lowell, next Saturday!


We're excited to bring the Commonwealth Seminar to Lowell, MA for a special, intensive, one-day session where students will learn the "essentials" about: 
The legislative & budgetary processes,
Lobbying/advocacy
Working with the legislature, state & non-profit agencies and other governmental entities, and...
Press & media relations

This special, one-day session will be held 
next Saturday, July 29th from 10am-5pm at the Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association(CMAA - 465 School Street, Lowell MA)

(... Note: fee waivers available upon request)

A number of our suburban community partners have mentioned their desire to participate in the Seminar, but noted the difficulty in commuting the required six-consecutive weeks into Boston.  

It is our hope that this intensive, one-day version of our Seminar will help provide participants some of the "essentials" to help navigate & influence the decision making process at the local, state and federal levels.

A huge "thank you!" to our generous community partners at the Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association for hosting us, and a huge "thank you!" to: Seminar alumnus, O. Sophia Johansson, Seminar Administrator (and alum!), Emily Torres-Cullinane, and Seminar Intern (and alum!), Lily Tang for their hard work, tireless commitment and persistence in putting this event together for the community.

We hope you can join us, next Saturday, in Lowell!


Exclusive Newsletter 
Job Listings
(... for Seminar newsletter subscribers, only)

From time-to-time, we will offer exciting job opportunities EXCLUSIVELY to our newsletter subscribers.

Below, please find a few exciting openings which we are making available only in our Seminar newsletter.  Additional job listings can be found in ourCommonwealth Seminar Jobs Section, on our website.

~ Center for Hope and Healing, Inc. - Lowell, MA
Position/Title: LGBQ/T Coordinator
 Responsibilities:
· Identify and engage LGBQ/T people, with targeted efforts to engage youth and empower leaders
· Raise awareness of the issues and rights of LGBQ/T people, including people of color and immigrants through community education, group and family events, and social activities
· Provide direct services to LGBQ/T adult and youth survivors, including individual advocacy and psychoeducational groups; and linkages in the community
· Serve as a trained Community Organizer to educate individuals and groups and foster relationships with key gatekeepers, including community members and institutions
· Build and mobilize a cohesive, active, and supportive community of LGBQ/T people.
· Develop a cadre of leaders within and on behalf of the community
· Able to maintain strong professional boundaries and relationships
· Adopt a linguistically and culturally appropriate approach to work with people of color and/or English Language Learners and immigrant families
· Participate in various community activities and committees
To Apply: Email resume and cover letter to: jobs@chhinc.org with "LGBQ/T Community Organizer" as the title

~ Boston Public Health Commission, Office of Public Health Preparedness
Position/Title: Senior Program Manager for Public Health Planning
DescriptionThe Office of Public Health Preparedness (OPHP) is a division of the Boston Public Health Commission (BPHC). The Senior Program Manager, Public Health Planning will be responsible for oversight of all emergency plans associated with BPHC's role as the lead public health authority for the City of Boston. S/he will coordinate closely with the Senior Program Manager, Healthcare System Preparedness, the Senior Program Manager, Response & Recovery Operations, and others to ensure continuity amongst emergency plans and operational protocols.
To apply - apply directly at: 

~ Massachusetts Municipal Association
Position/Title: Executive Director, Massport Community Advisory Committee
DescriptionThe Massachusetts Port Authority Community Advisory Committee is seeking an enthusiastic, proactive and collaborative Executive Director with managerial experience and strong communication skills to serve as its first Executive Director
The Massport CAC is a state agency comprised of representatives of the 35 communities that are impacted by Massport's operations and property holdings in Boston, Bedford, and Worcester. The Executive Director will function as the Chief Executive/Administrative Officer in managing all operations, programs and activities of the CAC in carrying out its statutory mission, and assist the Committee in its continued formation and the formalization of its operational structure and systems. 
The successful candidate should possess a bachelor's degree in a field related to public policy, management, planning, or law, and have at least seven years of progressive experience. The successful candidate must possess demonstrated skills, abilities and knowledge in government, community planning and environmental regulation, and intergovernmental relations. The successful candidate must be a leader with high interpersonal and communication skills and possess a strong belief in collaboration.
To apply (July 24th deadline): Resumes, in confidence,to: Massport CAC Executive Director Search: blynch@communityparadigm.com
Please click on this link to check out additional, recent listings.
About the Commonwealth Seminar

The Commonwealth Seminar is a privately funded, non-partisan program with the mission of "opening the doors of government to everyone". 

With over 1,200 graduates since our inception in 2003, we offer an intensive training program focused on teaching diverse leaders how the Massachusetts Legislature really works to under serviced and under-represented communities

Top state legislators, legislative staff, media members, and administration policymakers will introduce seminar participants to the Legislature and state government generally. By giving an insiders' view of the process, our goal is to encourage diverse leaders to become effective advocates and to pursue careers in public service.
Who Should Apply?
We are looking for leaders from communities of color and immigrant communities; and people working to directly benefit them. We place a high value on creating a seminar class that is diverse racially, ethnically, and geographically. 

Successful candidates for the Commonwealth Seminar will have a basic understanding of state government and a clear desire to use the skills learned through the seminar to make positive change.

Acceptance to the seminar is decided through a competitive process. Commonwealth Seminar staff and advisers will make all final decisions about the makeup of the seminar

More Information and Application 
Please be prepared to make a compelling argument in the application about how you fit into the Commonwealth Seminar's target student profile. For more information, and to download an application, please visit theCommonwealth Seminar website. 

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