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Digest for April 7, 2008

Digest Contents:

St. Andrew Legal Clinic's RACE FOR JUSTICE!
Thai New Year Free Celebration April 19
Free & open to the public tradeshow for entrepreneurs & those interested in Native business
Understanding Israel and Palestine: Three Views
Support Services for Friends/Partner Groups - Citywide Parks Team in April
In Other Words Books-Documentary Screening, April 10th
Celebrate 40 Years of the Fair Housing Act with the Fair Housing Council of Oregon
Tree Giveaways Set for April 5 & 19
Earth Day at Zenger Farm
NanoDays OMSI Podcast on Nanotechnology
Silent Auction to assist women and children
Chair Affair April 17- a benefit for Community Warehouse
6 Job Postings: Portland Impact
Special Olympics Oregon - Field Director job posting
Job Announcement - Bridges to Housing Family Advocate
Two open positions at The Nature Conservancy
Job: Portland State University: Assistant Director for Health Education
Administrative Assistant Opening
Job Posting - Visitor Services Representative at OMSI
Website Advocacy: Webmaster/Graphic Designer Position
Internship with Film Action Oregon
Job Post: Oregon Community Foundation-Advised Funds Associate
Job opening: Volunteers of America Oregon-Administrative Assistant
Female Mentor - Friends of the Children
Academic Support Instructor at IRCO
Outreach & Access Specialist at IRCO
Director of Community Building
New Media Americrops Vista Opportunity
Youth Media/OLLIE Americorps Vista Opportunity
RACC Press Release: Sunshine Dairy Foods launches campaign to support arts and culture - actively
“Free” student consulting for your board
Twelve Ways to Honor Trees for Arbor & Earth Month
FOTOKIDS to Exhibit Art
Take the KBOO Survey for Change
SOLV is seeking nominees for it's annual Citizenship Awards
The American Iranian Friendship Council announces new website.
Arbor and Earth Month-Free Trees
2008 Poster for Earth Day: DANCE of the DINOSAUR!
Computer lab needed for two hour training
Foundation Relations - WVDO Third Thursday Skills Forum
WVDO 2008 Regional Conference - Register Today!
How to Be an Agent of Change in Your Circle of Influence (free class)
Bring a Psychological Perspective to Your Organization's Program Development
TACS Workshop | PC Boot Camp Maintaining Your Desktop Computers (April 8)
TACS Workshop: Build the Board Your Nonprofit Needs Now (Apr 15)
Mentoring volunteers needed
seeking autism facilitators
Teach Refugees English
Homework Club Help Needed!

Events

St. Andrew Legal Clinic's RACE FOR JUSTICE!

St. Andrew Legal Clinic's 8th Annual Race For Justice

~~~~~Saturday, June 21st~~~~~

The Madeleine Parish (3123 NE 24th Ave., Portland)

Register Now at www.salcgroup.org

5K Run/Walk and Kids' Fun Run! Following the races, participants will enjoy a post-event party in the parish hall with free pizza, beer and root beer!

Funds raised at this event directly help low-income families receive legal representation.

To register or volunteer, visit our website at http://www.salcgroup.org/events/home.cfm.

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Thai New Year Free Celebration April 19

CELEBRATE THAI NEW YEAR - SONGKRAN –

at THE MONKEY & THE RAT!

A family oriented celebration presented with the Thai Association of Oregon

Featuring a performance of the Thai Association of Oregon Dancers and a

family water blessing (elders will bless the children) during this Songkran celebration, beginning at 2 pm.

Portland artist Nim Xuto will exhibit her work.

Saturday, April 19th 1 pm - 4 pm FREE admission

The Monkey & The Rat 131 NW 2nd Street, Portland, OR

Phone: 503-224-3849 www.monkeyandrat.com

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Free & open to the public tradeshow for entrepreneurs & those interested in Native business

Trading at the River 2008 Tradeshow FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Tuesday, April 15th from 8 AM to 6 PM Wednesday, April 16th from 8 AM to 4 PM Red Lion Hotel on the River at Jantzen Beach, 909 N Hayden Island Drive, Portland OR

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Understanding Israel and Palestine: Three Views

Join us for a community forum to better understand the issues between Israel and Palestine in a series titled Understanding Israel and Palestine: Three Views. The series will be as follows:

April 8: Jimmy Carter: Man from Plains Join us for this movie as we follow Jimmy Carter on his "Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid" book tour.

April 15: A Palestinian Perspective: Achieving Peace and Justice Hala Gores, a Christian Palestinian American, born in Nazareth will address some of the root causes of the conflict. Ms. Gores chairs and sits on many committees associated with Middle East relationships.

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Support Services for Friends/Partner Groups - Citywide Parks Team in April

Portland Citywide Parks Team Meeting Notice

Thursday, April 17, 2008 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Portland Building, Forest Park Room, 13th Floor 1120 SW 5th Ave, Portland

Support Services for Friends and Partner Groups Guests:  Michelle Harper and Max Behrens, Portland Parks & Recreation

If you're interested in the new work that PP&R is doing around assessing and providing the technical assistance and support desired by organized "friends of" and partner groups, please come to the April 17th meeting.  Michelle Harper, Citywide Collaborative Services Manager for PP&R and Max Behrens, Alliance Coordinator for PP&R will be our guest presenters.  

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In Other Words Books-Documentary Screening, April 10th

 

Moving In: A Non-Profit Feminist Bookstore and the Politics of Place

Documentary short directed by Dawn Jones

 

In 2006, In Other Words Books and Resources moved into 8b NE Killingsworth, a building formerly occupied by the Albina Arts Center and still owned by the Albina Women's League. Learn about the community's reaction to the move, the history of the space, and how a non-profit feminist bookstore both contributes to and ultimately challenges racial tensions and gentrification issues in NE Portland.

 

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Celebrate 40 Years of the Fair Housing Act with the Fair Housing Council of Oregon

“Fasten Your Seat Belts…It’s Been a Bumpy Ride”

Celebrate 40 Years of the Fair Housing Act with the Fair Housing Council of Oregon

 

Join the Fair Housing Council of Oregon on April 30th for a rare opportunity to explore Portland’s hidden history of housing discrimination and find out the latest on fair housing challenges in Oregon today.  The event, entitled Fasten Your Seat Belts-It’s Been a Bumpy Ride, will feature a lively bus tour of locations of discriminatory history, a panel of national and local experts examining housing discrimination today, and a performance by the dynamic Sermonettes Gospel Singers.

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Tree Giveaways Set for April 5 & 19

Message

Tree Giveaways Set for April 5 & 19 Apr 2, 2008 Contact: Cain Allen & Chad [email protected]; [email protected]

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Earth Day at Zenger Farm

Come join us for an Earth Day work party and celebration! Saturday April 19 from 10am-1pm. Stick around after all of your hard work for a BBQ style potluck and some music! Bring a dish to share, your friends and fam, weather/work appropriate attire (garden/work gloves, if you have them) and water. For more information and to RSVP please contact Jackie at 503.282.4245 or [email protected]

 

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NanoDays OMSI Podcast on Nanotechnology

NanoDays OMSI Podcast on Nanotechnology

Sound Science: Providing Illuminating Answers to Wonder-Filled Questions

Tune into OMSI’s podcast, Sound Science, providing illuminating answers to wonder-filled questions. This week, as part of NanoDays, we answer several questions about nanotechnology, including:

What is nanotechnology?

Why is nanotechnology so important?

Could we use nanotechnology to help build a space elevator?

What is gray goo?

A new edition of Sound Science is posted every Friday. The podcast is like a radio show, with host Anders Liljeholm asking OMSI educators to respond to questions from people from around the world. The interviews are approximately 5-10 minutes in length.

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Silent Auction to assist women and children

Join us : You can help women and children in need!

My Sister’s House is the only transitional house in Gresham for women and children fleeing domestic violence or facing homelessness.

On April 25th from 7pm-9pm we will be holding a silent auction to raise much needed funds to operate the shelter.

Please take a moment to 1. make a donation 2. buy a ticket to the auction for $50 3. buy a table for 8 to the auction for $400 4. donate an item or service to be auctioned 5. do all 4!!

Any level of support is greatly appreciated. Please contact Natalie 503-618-7068 or [email protected] Thank you You can also visit the shelter site for information about the shelter itself at www.mysistershouse.net

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Chair Affair April 17- a benefit for Community Warehouse

the Chair Affair is a wonderfully fun and uniquely creative auction that directly benefits the Community Warehouse. Once again 50 artists will (re)create amazing art from ordinary chairs from the Community Warehouse's donated inventory.

Food, Drinks, Music , Live & Silent Auction April 17, 2007 Art Institute of Portland 1122 NW Davis 6:00-9:00 Tickets are $50.00

to purchase tickets, email [email protected] or call 503-224-0711

check our website www.communitywarehouse.org for pictures of the chairs or look at Mario's windows on SW Broadway and visit the gallery at the Art Institute

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Jobs & Internships

6 Job Postings: Portland Impact

Portland Impact is a non-profit agency helping people achieve and maintain self-sufficiency and to prevent and alleviate the effects of poverty. We are looking for several motivated individual to join our agency.

Please go to our website www.portlandimpact.org/working.htm for information about the following positions.

Healthy Start Family Support Worker

Family and Youth Department

Full Time

JOB SUMMARY:  Responsible for promoting and supporting healthy growth and development of families with children newborn through age three.  Primary responsibilities include program planning, delivery of parent and child education services in home visit settings, advocacy, assessment, and service coordination.

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Special Olympics Oregon - Field Director job posting

Special Olympics Oregon seeks Field Director responsible for recruiting, training and managing large field staff of volunteers in a territory in northern Oregon.  Must have knowledge of volunteer management, good public speaking and presentation skills, good organizational and written communication skills and proven ability to recruit, train, motivate and support volunteers.  Minimum five years management experience and bachelor degree required, along with knowledge of sports and sports competition.  Ability to travel extensively in state required.  Competitive salary and benefits package.  Positive and encouraging work environment.  Please e-mail cover letter and resume to: [email protected]  EOE

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Job Announcement - Bridges to Housing Family Advocate

Job Title:                                Bridges to Housing Family Advocate

Department:                           Social Services

Hours:                                     Full time, Non-Exempt, generally 8-5 M-F. Occasional evening and weekend work.

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Two open positions at The Nature Conservancy

Two open positions at The Nature Conservancy:

  1. Director, Williamson River Delta Preserve
  2. Field Trip Program Manager

Director, Williamson River Delta Preserve

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Job: Portland State University: Assistant Director for Health Education

Portland State University – Student Affairs ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR HEALTH EDUCATION

POSITION SUMMARY

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Administrative Assistant Opening

United Way of the Columbia-Willamette has an opening for an Administrative Assistant to perform a wide range of administrative duties in support of the Vice President-Community Investment and the Community Investment Team.  Additional info:  www.unitedway-pdx.org.  Forward cover letter and resume to [email protected] (reference Job #110).  Position closes 4/13/08.  An Equal Opportunity Employer. 

 

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Job Posting - Visitor Services Representative at OMSI

Job Posting - Visitor Services Representative at OMSI

Visitor Services Representative

Help inspire wonder! OMSI, a world class tourist attraction and award-winning science center is seeking two Visitor Services Representatives (one regular part-time 20 hours per week and one on-call less than 20 hours per week) to join the OMSI team.

Benefits include a FREE OMSI membership for you and your family. Discounts on OMSI camps, classes, merchandise and more! OMSI also offers flexible schedules. Regular part-time employees also receive vacation, sick, personal and holiday paid time off.

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Website Advocacy: Webmaster/Graphic Designer Position

Compassion & Choices (National Organization) Website Advocacy: Webmaster/Graphic Designer Position

Who We Are

Compassion & Choices is a nonprofit organization working to improve care and expand choice at the end of life. The organization is non-judgmental, affirmative and inclusive.

Position Description

The Communications Department is seeking a webmaster, communications specialist and graphic designer responsible for maintaining the website, creating and posting timely, fresh and accurate updates, sending email blasts, designing the quarterly magazine and creating collateral materials. The applicant should be ready to recommend and implement innovative internet programs for Compassion & Choices’ advocacy work.

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Internship with Film Action Oregon

Background: Film Action Oregon (FAO) is a nonprofit organization that focuses on educating young filmmakers through hands-on documentary production classes, supporting working artists through fiscal sponsorship, and engaging diverse audiences through outreach efforts and on-going programming at the historic Hollywood Theatre.

For more information on Film Action Oregon and the various ways that we support the artistic community please visit www.filmaction.org.

Title: Event Coordinator Intern

Reports to: Executive Director, Community Outreach Coordinator

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Job Post: Oregon Community Foundation-Advised Funds Associate

Advised Fund Associate

Background

The Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) is a statewide publicly supported nonprofit corporation that administers charitable funds established through gifts and bequests from individuals, families, businesses, and other nonprofit organizations. OCF makes grants or other distributions from these funds to other qualified charitable organizations principally in the state of Oregon.

OCF currently maintains the main office in Portland with regional offices in Bend, Coos Bay, Eugene, Medford and Salem, Oregon.

Status: Regular Full-Time, Non-Exempt

Job Summary

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Job opening: Volunteers of America Oregon-Administrative Assistant

Volunteers of America Oregon is seeking a full-time administrative assistant for the Day Treatment outpatient substance abuse program. This position is responsible for providing professional administrative support and data entry in an innovative social services setting. The job includes daily, supportive, and positive interaction with program participants. The successful candidate will have a high school diploma/GED and at least two years of relevant experience. This position requires proficiency in Microsoft products and data entry, as well as a valid driver's license and reliable transportation.

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Female Mentor - Friends of the Children

Do you have experience working with high risk youth?

Are you ready to commit to at least three years making a difference in the life of a young woman?

Do you love children and have a desire to explore new adventures and activities with them?

Friends of the Children provides mentors to high risk children from kindergarten through high school graduation. Our Mentors work intensively one-on-one with eight children as a positive adult role model to:

* Develop a caring, trusting and sustained relationship with each child.

* Set positive expectations to nurture children's strengths, talents and abilities.

* Teach life and academic skills and provide cool enrichment activities.

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Academic Support Instructor at IRCO

Academic Support Instructor. Full Time, Mon – Fri, 8:30a-5pm. $26,000-32,000/yr + Benefits. APPLY AT: www.irco.org.

Developed through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education Women's Educational Equity Act Program, the YWEP program works with African and Slavic young women ages 14-23 who are interested in pursuing careers and educational opportunities in the Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Mathematic fields.

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Outreach & Access Specialist at IRCO

Outreach & Access Specialist. 20 hours per week. $12,155 – $14,000/yr + Benefits. APPLY AT: www.irco.org.

The goal for the Oregon Refugee Senior Service Program is to educate and empower isolated, non-English speaking senior refugees to link to mainstream aging services in the community. The Outreach and Access Specialist will maintain a working relationship with the State Agency on Aging and the local community Area Agency on Aging, and provide appropriate services to all older refugees who are not currently being provided services in the community.

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Director of Community Building

Strengthen Families: Bring your passion, vision and leadership to build community assets with Hacienda Community Development Corporation.

Hacienda CDC’s mission is to develop affordable supportive housing and build thriving resident communities for working Latino families and others in Oregon promoting healthy living and economic advancement.

Hacienda CDC currently provides a wide range of culturally-specific programs including affordable rental housing, homeownership education and counseling, micro-enterprise development, and a wide array of culturally-specific community building programs, including health promotion, inter-generational education, safety and civic engagement.

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New Media Americrops Vista Opportunity

PORTLAND COMMUNITY MEDIA JOB DESCRIPTION

JOB TITLE: New Media VISTA

REPORTS TO: PCM Managing Director

STATUS: Full Time Community Technology Center AmeriCorps Vista

COMPENSATION: $11,000/year living allowance; $4,725 Education Award or $1,200 stipend paid at the successful completion of year of service; rent stipend payable directly to landlord; student loan deferment; health benefits and prescription drug coverage; serve as part of a national team, facilitated by the CTC VISTA Project, to share resources and experience.

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Youth Media/OLLIE Americorps Vista Opportunity

PORTLAND COMMUNITY MEDIA JOB DESCRIPTION

JOB TITLE: Youth Media / OLLIE VISTA

REPORTS TO: Youth Media Facilitator, PCM Managing Director

STATUS: Full Time AmeriCorps VISTA

COMPENSATION: The CTC VISTA Project provides $11,000/year living allowance; $4,725 Education Award or $1,200 stipend paid at the successful completion of year of service; student loan deferment; health benefits and prescription drug coverage; serve as part of a national team to share resources and experience. Portland Community Media provides a rent stipend paid directly to landlord and public transportation passes.

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Nonprofit News

RACC Press Release: Sunshine Dairy Foods launches campaign to support arts and culture - actively

For immediate release   Contact: Mary Bauer, Communications Associate Regional Arts & Culture Council  |  www.racc.org 108 NW 9th Avenue, Suite 300, Portland, OR  97209-3318 503.823.5111 |  email: [email protected]   Through vision, leadership and service, the Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) works to integrate arts and culture in all aspects of community life. 

April 2, 2008

 

Sunshine Dairy Foods launches campaign to support arts and culture – actively

 

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“Free” student consulting for your board

“Free” student consulting for your board     Does your board or organization policies need an going over? Interested in enhancing board governance and governance structures? Need a board manual?

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Twelve Ways to Honor Trees for Arbor & Earth Month

 

Metro Area Offers Many Opportunities to Honor Trees for Arbor & Earth Month  

The four-county Portland-Vancouver metro area is offering many opportunities this April to honor trees for Arbor and Earth Month. Friends of Trees will join community partners at the following 12 events:  

1. Friday, April 4, 12:30 p.m. Volunteers are invited to join Friends of Trees to plant 30 large street trees as part of our Greening the Eastside Project. No previous experience is necessary. The planting begins at Environmental Building Supply, 819 SE Taylor St., Portland.   

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FOTOKIDS to Exhibit Art

FOTOKIDS to Exhibit Art in Portland after Attending Seeds of Compassion Event with the Dalai Lama in Seattle                                                       

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Take the KBOO Survey for Change

If you are a current or former KBOO listener, we want to hear from YOU! We are looking to you to help guide our station toward the best ways to serve our community in the 21st century media landscape. The survey is designed to inform us about who you- our listeners- are, what you love about KBOO Community Radio, and what you want to change.

Click on the survey link on the KBOO home page: www.kboo.fm to connect to the KBOO SURVEY FOR CHANGE.

or

Click here to be directly connected to the survey: English version: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=mEcJf1szz_2fofQucjOpNjsQ_3d_3d

Spanish version: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=dlQpssfkTwVoqkA_2fBY2ZeQ_3d_3d

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SOLV is seeking nominees for it's annual Citizenship Awards

SOLV is seeking nominees for it's annual Citizenship Awards

15th Annual

                        2008 SOLV Citizenship Awards

                        Presented by Bank of America

Nominate an Outstanding Business, Individual, Educator, and Community Group

By June 1, 2008

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The American Iranian Friendship Council announces new website.

The American Iranian Friendship Council proudly announces its new website:

http://www.aifcpdx. org  

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Arbor and Earth Month-Free Trees

Free Trees at April Giveaways

For Arbor and Earth Month, Friends of Trees will host a tree giveaway with Vestal Elementary School on Saturday, April 5, and give away trees at the Friends of Trees booth the morning of the citywide Earth Day celebration on Saturday, April 19. The giveaways are scheduled at the following dates and places:

Sat., April 5, Vestal Elementary School, 161 NE 82nd Ave, Portland 9 a.m. to noon

Sat., April 19, "Earth Day 2008: Dance of the Dinosaur" organized by City Repair Project and other local environmental nonprofits. Overlook Park, 3704 N Interstate Ave., Portland Friends of Trees will give away trees the morning of the Earth Day celebration, from 10 a.m. to noon. (The celebration continues to 10 p.m.)

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2008 Poster for Earth Day: DANCE of the DINOSAUR!

Hi all, The amazing 2008 Earth Day poster is ready to be distributed and we need your help!  See how this year's theme - DANCE of the DINOSAUR! - looks in color. Check out http://cityrepair.org.

Please contact me if you are able to volunteer to distribute posters and where in Portland you want to put them up.  I am bundling the posters in rolls of 20 and you will want to have one of these as a keeper...

We are also looking for distribution spots where I can leave 500 posters in a box for volunteers to pick up over the next couple of weeks

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Q & A

Computer lab needed for two hour training

Mercy Corps NW, a non-profit microenterprise development agency, is looking for a meeting space with computers for an "Online seed ordering" training for local refugee farmers. Our needs: *6-7 desktop computers with internet connection; *Projector would be helpful, but not necessary; *the room would be used for max 2 hrs, once or twice a year; *the schedule is very flexible.

Please contact Dina Lukyanova at [email protected] or 503-236-1580 ext. 204

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Trainings

Foundation Relations - WVDO Third Thursday Skills Forum

THIRD THURSDAY SKILLS FORUM – FOUNDATION RELATIONS APRIL 17, 2008 3:30-5:00PM

Mary L Collins Confereence Center YWCA of Greater Portland 1111 SW 10th Ave, Portland

Free for WVDO members and guests

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WVDO 2008 Regional Conference - Register Today!

From Vision to Reality: Leadership and Best Practice in Development

Thursday, May 15 - Friday, May 16, 2008 Oregon Convention Center, Portland Ballroom 777 Northeast Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Portland, OR

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How to Be an Agent of Change in Your Circle of Influence (free class)

HOW TO BE AN AGENT OF CHANGE IN YOUR CIRCLE OF INFLUENCE

Dates:  Wednesdays, April 23, April 30, May 7, May 14, and June 11, 2008

Time:  7:00 to 8:45 pm

Presenters:  Jeanne and/or Dick Roy

 

Website:  www.earthleaders.org/classes_workshops

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Bring a Psychological Perspective to Your Organization's Program Development

Psychology for a Sustainable Future: Consultation and Training Initiative

Could your projects benefit from the ideas and insights of a psychological perspective?

Could your staff benefit from training on conflict resolution, leadership skills, stress and burnout, or program evaluation?

Have you ever wished you could bring in professional consultants to help fine tune your strategies?

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The Psychology for a Sustainable Future Network (PSF) is pleased to announce its Consultation & Training project, a new resource for groups and organizations working on sustainability, ecology, and conservation issues.

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TACS Workshop | PC Boot Camp Maintaining Your Desktop Computers (April 8)

PC Boot Camp Maintaining Your Desktop Computers

Presenter: Abe Conway, TACS Technology Associate

Dates: April 8, 2008

Time: 12:30 - 4:30 pm

Cost $85

Register Now http://www.tacs.org/training/event.asp?evID=678

Location

TACS Conference Room

1001 SE Water Ave, Suite 490

Portland, OR 97214

Driving Directions and Parking

http://www.tacs.org/about/dirtemplate.asp?pID=76

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TACS Workshop: Build the Board Your Nonprofit Needs Now (Apr 15)

Presenter Marc Smiley, Nonprofit Consultant

Date April 15, 2008

Time 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Cost $150 (includes continental breakfast and lunch)

NAO Members receive a 10 percent discount http://www.ornonprofits.org/

Location Water Resources Education Center 4600 SE Columbia Way VANCOUVER, WA 98669

Learn how to:

* Identify the skills and relationships your board needs to develop * Initiate and sustain major changes in board composition * Clarify expectations and accountability of board performance * Improve board structure to increase focus and engagement * Clarify the roles of board members and other governing volunteers compared to those delegated to staff * Energize your board

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Volunteering

Mentoring volunteers needed

Mentoring is a small investment in time that can make a big difference to a young person.   West Side Connections is a community-based mentoring program sponsored by Neighborhood House, Inc.   We serve youth ages 7 to 14 who attend school in SW Portland.   Volunteer mentors share low or no-cost activities with the youth while offering friendship, support and guidance.   The commitment is 2 or 3 hours each week for a minimum of one year.   For more information about our program or to receive an application, please contact:   John Grueschow - 503-244-2292.  Email: [email protected]        

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seeking autism facilitators

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Teach Refugees English

Learn about a new culture!

Volunteers Needed!

MCSI ? Multnomah County School Impact

Are you able and willing to donate your time and skills? Do you like to have fun? Would you be interested in welcoming refugees and immigrants into our community? Would you like to learn about a new culture? Learn a new language? Would you like to be a volunteer/tutor?

Come share, build, and practice your skills by volunteering your time with us!

We are looking for volunteers who are willing to help Youth from all over the world. Volunteers will spend one and a half hours a week helping with homework and English, talking about school, life, and the youth?s future.

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Homework Club Help Needed!

We Need Volunteers!

Multnomah County School Impact

MCSI is looking for volunteers that would be interested in helping students with homework, ESL, and reading in public school homework clubs between 2:30 & 5:00.

Volunteer training and support is provided. A free background check is required. If you see yourself enjoying helping students with their homework please contact us. We would love to meet with you and give you more information on this project.

Sean Miller

MCSI Volunteer Coordinator

503-231-7480 ext. 672

[email protected]

Lutheran Community Services Northwest

605 SE 39th Ave

Portland, OR. 97214 

Phone: 503-231-7480

Fax: 503-731-9574

www.lcsnw.org

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