2017 was a busy year for LCW – from the ribbon cutting at the Duck Mill at Union Crossing in January to our English for Advancement classes with Jewish Vocational Services to our launch of the Movimiento Studio to engaging
Comcast is a tremendous supporter of Lawrence CommunityWorks and our youth program Movement City! They invited our Executive Director, Jessica Andors to speak with Jenny Johnson on Comcast Newsmakers.
Both evenings will feature FREE dinner & FREE childcare
Hope to see you tonight / Nos vemos esta noche!
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
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) has awarded Lawrence CommunityWorks $497,470 for their Lawrence Working Family Initiative program. A central component of LWFI is linking Lawrence Public Schools parents – largely low-income, Latino, immigrant, and limited-English-speaking – to education, training and
Join us Tuesday, April 18 – Friday, April 21
In 2017, Lawrence CommunityWorks and the Lawrence Working Families Initiative in partnership with Jewish Vocational Services has begun offering the English for Advancement program. The goal of this program is to improve students’ English skills in order to get a job,
While we are two months into the new year, it’s not too late to set a GOAL for savings. Consider setting a financial goal for yourself during America Saves Week. Perhaps a car? A home? A business? A workshop? A