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Digest for December 28, 2009

Digest Contents:

How Well Do You Know Your 70%?
Heart of Now Introduction Session
Pan-Refugee and Immigrant Social Movement-Building (PRISM) Project Manager
Transformative Conlict Resolution / Mediation Training in 2010: Mediating from the Heart
Quick Books Training for Non Profit Organizations


How Well Do You Know Your 70%?

Water is earth's most abundant resource, encompassing 70 percent, yet is a scarce commodity. One billion people do not have daily access to clean drinking water.

Come and learn about water ionization technology. Emerging over 40 years ago, this process filters contaminated water and also gives it structure through electrolysis. How does structured water impact our bodies? What is alkaline and acidic water? How does this affect your body's pH levels?

Free water testing! Bring the water you drink for testing and jugs to fill up free ionized water.

Date and Time: Wednesday, Dec 30th ,6:00pm to 8:00pm Location: 1912 NE Killingsworth, Portland, Oregon

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Heart of Now Introduction Session

The Heart of Now is the practice of listening to ourselves fully in each moment, mind and body, feelings and desires, and then trusting and acting on the truth inside of us. We practice being present not only in the stillness but with others in community. This practice leads to healing, connection, clarity, and joy, for as individuals and members of community. Our workshops have created a wonderful personal growth path that is harmony with progressive values and social change, and has touched the lives of over 2000 Oregonians in the last 10 years.

Join us for this introduction, Sunday, Jan 3rd, 5-8pm at 4929 NE 14th Place where we will practice several Heart of Now exercises, and specifically look at the changes happening with us as we come into the new year. By donation.

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Jobs & Internships



Information & Referral Specialist (PAID INTERNSHIP) – open until filled

Energetic person needed to provide information to culturally diverse clients & visitors, and provide reception over the phone.  Bilingual in English/Spanish preferred.  Serve as a central information point for Outside In services and provide referrals to other agencies.  Appointment scheduling and cancellation, administrative duties, and basic computer work also required.  Internships pays $10/hr, has a 6-month duration at 20 hrs/wk, and includes a $1000 bonus upon completion of 500 hours.  Diversity highly valued.

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organization:Center for Intercultural Organizing
position summary:

About the Center for Intercultural Organizing

The Center for Intercultural Organizing is a diverse, grassroots organization working to build a multi-racial, multicultural movement for immigrant and refugee rights.

About the Project

Salary / Pay Rate:$34,000 - $38,000 plus medical and dental benefits

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Nonprofit News

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Q & A

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Transformative Conlict Resolution / Mediation Training in 2010: Mediating from the Heart

Would you like to learn a powerful and effective process for resolving conflicts with friends, family and co-workers?

Mediating from the Heart: A transformative process for healing conflicts between others and within ourselves.

A 20 hr. training applying the tools and consciousness of Nonviolent Communication (NVC) to Mediation.

February 20, 21 and February 27, 28 Saturdays:  9:30 am to 5 pm Sundays:  1:30 pm to 5:30 pm

How does this differ from other mediation models/approaches?

●       Focus is on the quality of the connection between the parties, with the outcome emerging out of the connection.

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Quick Books Training for Non Profit Organizations

When: Thursdays, 2:30 – 4:30 pm January 7 – 28, 2010

Where: Q Center 4115 N Mississippi Portland, OR

Cost: $75.00

Bring: Laptop with Quick Books (contact us if you will need to borrow a computer)

Class Size Limit: 5 persons

Jan. 7 Setting Up Quick Books Working with Lists Working with Bank Accounts

Jan.14 Working with Other Account Types Entering Sales & Invoices Receiving Payments & Making Deposits

Jan.21 Entering and Paying Bills Reconciling Bank Accounts

Jan.28 Analyzing Financial Data Customizing Reports

Register with Accounting for Non Profits. www.a4np.net

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