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Job Posting: Economic Development Coordinator, Metro West Community Development Organization

Neighbor Up members share job postings as one way of building wealth for all. Metro West Community Development Organization is a program of the Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization. The Economic Development Coordinator will be responsible for supporting the overall economic development, coordination and implementation of commercial/retail district revitalization for the Stockyard, Clark-Fulton and Brooklyn Centre neighborhoods. These responsibilities include coordinating business associations, Storefront Renovation Program, design review within the.
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Job Posting: Community Organizer, Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization

Neighbor Up members share job postings as one way of building wealth for all. Detroit Shoreway is proud to be one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the city of Cleveland, both racially and socio-economically. However, residents do not tend to interact across racial or socio-economic lines, and not all residents feel connected to Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDO) and the programs, services and resources DSCDO offers. By working with.
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Job Posting: HEAP Intake Specialist, Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation

Neighbor Up members share job postings as one way of building wealth for all. Job Title: HEAP Intake Specialist Department/Group: Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) Location: Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation 8111 Quincy Avenue, Suite 100, Cleveland, Ohio 44104 Contact: Send resumes to: GPowell@fairfaxdev.org OR mail To Gail Powell at the address above Will Train Applicant(s): Yes Posting Expires: June 9, 2017 Job Description The HEAP Intake Specialist is responsible for processing persons applying.
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Job Posting: Graduate Support Manager, Neighborhood Leadership Development Program

Neighbor Up members share job postings as one way of building wealth for all. NLDP Mission The mission of the Neighborhood Leadership Development Program (NLDP) is to enhance the diverse leadership abilities of engaged Clevelanders who are committed to creating a city and region which works for everyone. Position Description The Graduate Support Program provides support and resources to NLDP graduates to enhance the development of their leadership skills.
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Step Up to University Hospitals is back!

Check out Step Up to University Hospitals, the innovative neighborhood jobs pipeline we built in partnership with University Hospitals and Towards Employment. Information sessions are happening now. Positions available in environmental and nutrition services at University Hospitals.  Work in a fast-paced environment that is critical to the care of hospital patients Earn a competitive hourly wage with a local employer that is committed to staff advancement Prepare for the interviews and ensure.
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Job Posting: Community Safety Organizer

This position will allow the community development corporations (CDCs) of the Tremont and Ohio City neighborhoods to share a staff person whom engages and organizes the residents of both communities on quality of life and safety issues. This person will focus on responding to resident needs and inquiries, utilize existing programs and develop and initiate new proactive solutions to address issues, as well as working.
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Neighbor Up Academy

You are invited to join Neighbor Up to learn with us and others how to build a stronger, more powerful community in your neighborhood through the Neighbor Up Academy. We are looking for five neighborhood teams with four or five enthusiastic and committed community members interested in learning with us how to create a more robust community -- one that functions more interdependently, that draws on.
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Neighbor Up University Summer Calendar

Our summer calendar is out now. Fuel your power with Neighbor Up University. A new way of learning and making change in Cleveland -- led by residents. Offerings include: A Different Way discussion course: If you're interested in sustainability, this course is for you. Story of Self: Learn how to tell your own story to inspire others to take action with you on a community issue. Prism: Apply to join.
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PRISM: A Racial Equity Learning Laboratory

The next session of Prism, our racial equity leadership program, begins in June 2017. Apply now to join Cohort III. Prism is led by two of Cleveland’s most experienced and dynamic racial equity trainers: Erica Merritt and Adele DiMarco Kious. Prism participants explore the historic conflict that continues to shape the United States and determine the fate of all its people. Racism is examined on four levels: internalized, interpersonal, institutional and.
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Announcing: Action Clinics

Come and join us at Action Clinics every Monday to: Continue conversations from Network Night that can lead to CHANGE/ACTION in your neighborhoods Get assistance and support on Taking ACTION Create ACTION plans Time: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. When: Monday’s starting on April 10th, 2017 Where: Neighborhood Connections 5000 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44103 “If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl,.
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“Neighbor Up Spotlight” focuses on ordinary people doing extraordinary work in Cleveland

A new podcast called “Neighbor Up Spotlight” is out now. Hosted by Cleveland resident and activist Carol Malone, the podcast focuses on members of Neighbor Up, a network of about 2,000 Greater Cleveland residents making positive change in their neighborhoods. Neighbor Up was launched and is supported by Neighborhood Connections, the community-building program affiliated with the Cleveland Foundation. Carol had the idea for “Neighbor Up Spotlight” after volunteering.
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Interested in a career in the hotel industry?

If you would like to:  Work in a fast-paced environment while providing top notch customer service  Earn a competitive hourly wage with a local employer in the Greater University Circle area  Prepare for the interviews and ensure success on the job with FREE skills development classes  Gain a renewed sense of confidence and a network of support to help you succeed And you fit the following criteria:  Resident of Greater University.
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Let’s Get R.E.A.L About Race

Exploring race is still something that many of us avoid - some have been socialized that it's impolite - yet the race-based issues that we continue to wrestle with in this country, and right here in our city, are not going away. This workshop will support participants to recognize some of their own biases along with race-based institutional and systemic barriers that still plague us..
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A Different Way discussion course

Join us for this FREE, six-session discussion course "A Different Way" from the Northwest Earth Institute. Book provided.  Explore the many personal and global issues that a simple lifestyle can help address. Hosted by Philena Seldon. PARTICIPANTS WILL: • Explore the many personal and global issues we face that a simple lifestyle can help to address. • Determine which of your values leads you to an interest in simple.
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