Economic stability depends on the capacity of an individual or family to build assets: a home, a business, higher education and training, and supportive networks. These assets are a foundation for local economic progress, but too many families in our
Building your social capital, the number and strength of connections that you have with others, leads to increased opportunity. People get jobs, access resources, improve their neighborhoods and make friends through the people that they know. At Lawrence CommunityWorks we
Standard Program Schedule Monday-Thursday Stations (Ages 10-13): 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM (Homework Help 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM) Zones (Ages 14-18): 5:30 PM -7:30 PM (Movement Squad Drop-in 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM) Fridays will offer a variety of options for youth to showcase their projects & work Notes: The Movement
One generation plants the trees; another gets the shade.” – Chinese Proverb Lawrence is a beautiful city, striking in the shear weight and heft of its 19th century mill buildings and dense tenement neighborhoods. The City was built for another
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We have two positions open in our Network Organizing department and a part-time position in our Workforce program. Neighborhood Community Organizer 2017 Community Organizer 2017 (Schools) Workforce Specialist 2017 – part time
Please consider joining our Board of Directors! We will be holding elections on Saturday, September 23rd at our Annual Meeting. There are currently two positions open on the board. We have several documents here for you to review: 2017 Board
Please take a moment to send an email to the members of the Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee, below you’ll find a template of the email. Follow the 4 STEPS instructions in BLUE. 1. COPY EMAIL ADDRESSES TO THE EMAIL: Bruce.Ayers@mahouse.gov, Harold.Naughton@mahouse.gov, Alan.Silvia@mahouse.gov, Thomas.Walsh@mahouse.gov, James.Dwyer@mahouse.gov, Rady.Mom@mahouse.gov, Paul.Tucker@mahouse.gov, Chynah.Tyler@mahouse.gov, Bud.Williams@mahouse.gov,