Opportunities for Leaders
Jobs and other opportunities are at the bottom of this page.
OPEN ALL YEAR
Migrant Education Program/Programa de Educación Migrante (See attached flyer/Ver flyer adjunto Migrant Program Flyer – Volante del Programa de Educación Migrante)
The Washington State Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) funds programs designed to help children 0 through 21 years of age who have moved on their own or with their parents, within the past three years, to seek or obtain temporary or seasonal work as a principal means of livelihood in the activities listed below.
If you answer YES to these questions, you and your family may qualify for the Migrant Education Program:
1. You moved from district, city or state in the last 3 years
2. You have moved to seek or obtain temporary or seasonal work as a principal means of livelihood in activities related: Fishing, Agriculture, Agriculture, Forestry, Beef, Packing/ Warehouses, Berry Picking, Poultry, Dairy, Root Picking, Shellfish
Benefits you may receive: ● Free school breakfast and lunch for four years ● Alternative studies for 16-21year old students who dropped out of school, ● Dental appointments, eye doctor, medical physical exams. ● Financial aid for higher education (college, university) ● Educational Summer Camps in different universities with everything paid (accommodation, meals and stay) ● Support for your 16-21 student who wants to resume his studies and much more.
La Oficina del Superintendente de Instrucción Pública (OSPI) del Estado de Washington, financia programas diseñados a ayudar a los niños de 0 a 21 años de edad, que se hayan mudado solos o con sus padres, en los últimos tres años, a buscar u obtener trabajo temporal o estacional como un medio principal de sustento en las actividades que se mencionan debajo.
Si usted responde SI a estas preguntas, usted y su familia podrían calificar para el Programa Migrante:
1. Usted se mudó de distrito, ciudad o estado en los últimos 3 años para buscar trabajo en agricultura o pesca para subsistir?
2. Usted trabaja o ha trabajado en las siguientes actividades a diario para subsistir: Pesca, Agricultura, Forestal, Embalaje de carne / almacenes, Recolección de Bayas, Aves, Recolección de raíces, Lácteos, Pesca de mariscos.
Beneficios que puede obtener: ● Desayunos y Almuerzos gratis por 4 años consecutivos ● Estudios alternativos para estudiantes de 16 - 21 que dejaron la escuela, ● Citas dentales, oculista, exames físicos médicos ● Ayuda financiera para estudios superiores (college, university) ● Campamentos de Verano Educativos en diferentes universidades con todo pagado (alojamiento, comidas y estadía) ● Apoyo para su estudiante de 16-21 que quiere retomar sus estudios y otros
Year Round Career Coaching for Families with Children in the Edmonds School District- Offered by Latino Educational Training Institute (LETI) – Bilingual Assistance Available!
Call and schedule an appointment with Susana Caro to receive coaching on:
Referrals to Educational Services
For more information call 425-775-2688 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
105 Days left for the 2020 Census!
Have you visited our website to learn more about the 2020 Census? Answers to basic questions here: https://snohomishcountywa.gov/5418/2020-Census
If your organization or the community members you serve are interested in a Census 101 Training, please contact me directly at Vanesa.Gutierrez@snoco.org.
Celebrating Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s Vision in 2020
Have you checked out the Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Junior website the county created in partnership with some of our key leaders and organizations? It includes a calendar with all the events taking place countywide to celebrate his vision. https://www.snohomishcountywa.gov/5512/Martin-Luther-King-Jr-Day
If your organization would like to join the effort, please fill out this short survey or email me directly: Vanesa.Gutierrez@snoco.org The events currently posted will be taking place Sunday 1/19 and Monday 1/20.
City of Everett Essentials Civic Academy- Applications Due January 20, 2020 (Attaches files: Everett Essentials 2020 flyer Final, Everett Essentials 2020 flyer final Spa and Everett Essentials – Application 2020 – word doc)
We are pleased to announce that the Everett Essentials Civic Academy will be offered in 2020. We are now actively recruiting applicants for the multi-week opportunity that begins late February.
Our intention is to form a class that is broadly representative of Everett residents. Applications can be made on-line or through paper copies available at the libraries, and other city locations. Information and the online application are available on the City website: https://www.everettwa.gov/1739/Everett-Essentials
Applications are due by January 20, 2020. The English language hardcopy application is attached. We will have translated applications in Spanish and Russian on the City website very soon. Classes will be taught in English.
Volunteering Opportunity! (See flyer 2020PITVolunteerPoster)
On Thursday, January 23rd Snohomish County will be conducting our annual Point-in-Time (PIT) count of people experiencing homelessness in our community. Participating in the counts and striving for an accurate count allows us to continue to bring vital state and federal resources to those in need.
The lead agencies are still looking for volunteers between the hours of 8:00 am – 8:00 pm on January 23rd. Opportunities to help include interviewing unsheltered people, homeless advocacy, and distribution of supplies. Training is provided.
The effort is divided by central, north, east, and south county in addition to a youth count.
If you have people that are interested in supporting this effort, the contact information for their geographic area of interest is included in the attached flyer.
Central County Dani Gentry email@example.com 425-374-6359
North County Nikki Rossiter firstname.lastname@example.org housinghope.org
Youth Count Claire Petersen email@example.com
East County Michael Lorio firstname.lastname@example.org 360-794-1022
South County Vicki Dorway email@example.com 425-626-148
New Everett Community College computer support specialist certificate coming to Monroe! (Flyers IT Flyer Spring 2020 and East-County IT Flyer Spring 2020)
Starting spring, quarter, April 6th, East County is offering a new Information technology-computer support specialist certificate. I have included a jpeg and PDF version.
Also for anyone who is interested in our IT-computer support specialist certificate, we're having an information session. Details below.
Date: Wed, January 29th, 2020
Location: Lake Tye Building, Room 302, 3rd floor
Free, and open to students, parents, and school counselors
Come and learn about the new computer support specialist certificate coming to Monroe. Faculty and staff will be on site to discuss certificate requirements, length of degree, and how to apply and enroll. This certification does not require any previous IT knowledge or experience.
Facebook invite link: https://www.facebook.com/events/688303338362339/
Leadership Snohomish County’s Application for the Leadership for Racial Equity Cohort 2020 is Open
The application for the Leadership For Racial Equity Cohort 2020 is open. The Leadership program is designed to build and strengthen the capacity of multi-sector leaders to work towards real, transformational and sustainable systemic change within their respective organizations/institutions.
The Leadership for Racial Equity Cohort is a 5-month certification program that was co-designed by Racial Equity expert Bernardo Ruiz, Co-Founder and Principal Consultant of the Racing to Equity Consulting Group and Tami Farber, Senior Director Equity Training and Development of Leadership Snohomish County. Submissions are due by February 28, 2020
Participants will come together once a month (September 2 x's) for a full day intensive and engage in a dynamic and transformative process to:
• Build the capacity of leaders to effectively and sustainably work to drive institutional change in their organizations/institutions to ensure racial equity
• Learn the skills necessary to dismantle institutional and structural racism in their organization/institutions
• Develop a sustainable network of equity guardians with a shared analysis to advance racial equity for systems change in Snohomish County by creating and operationalizing a shared value system
• Crosspollinate ideas and develop intentional practices to thrive as leaders for racial equity: manage personal vulnerabilities, care for and honor our personal well-being and sustain your courageous spirit
Decorate Snohomish County Community Foundation’s windows with information about your nonprofit
You are invited to display information about your nonprofit organization in one of two windows at the Community Foundation office. For more information and to sign up, contact Angelique
JOBS AND OTHER OPPORTUNITIES
Multiple jobs open at Everett Community College and Edmonds Community College! https://employment.everettcc.edu/postings/search and https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/edcc?page=1
Part-Time and Full-Time Custodial Positions Open at Edmonds Community College. No experience required! Start pay around $16-$17. Great benefits including very affordable college fees!! Contact Chris at 425-640-1676. Leave a voicemail indicating you are interested in a part-time custodial position if not available and he will call you back.
Full-time Manager, STEM Network: (See attached flyer Snohomish STEM Manger Job Description. The Snohomish STEM Network in partnership with the Economic Alliance Snohomish County is seeking additional capacity and expertise to expand career connected learning support for PK-20 in Snohomish County. Position pays between $30-$35.