Mentally Preparing for Job Searches During COVID-19
Day after day our families are fighting to stay afloat amidst the pandemic and on top of all of that, the job market has continued to dwindle. In this workshop we will focus on helping families look to the future and manage the stress around possibly having to change careers due the pandemic. Families are encouraged to attend whether they are seeking new employment are simply desiring to improve their current resumes for advancement after the height of the pandemic.
Work Readiness Workshop - Hosted by ULGM
Are you currently looking for work during the pandemic or considering re-entering the workforce? Join us for a workshop that will focus on preparing families to re-enter the workforce. Topics will include Virtual Job Fairs and Trainings, Resume Writing, and Creating the Perfect Cover Letter.
Holding Ourselves, So That We Can Hold Others: Exploring Contemplative Practices by and for Community Advocates of Color
As community advocates of color, we have to keep our light on in order to keep doing the same for others. We must be able to use our love to redirect our attention, in the present moment, non judgmentally, and to find our joy. I ask us all - what can WE do, NOW, to fight for our lives and to hold ourselves in this moment.
Taking back the Treasures of my "No No Box”: Preventing Child Abuse in and out of the Home
In this workshop we will define Black Excellence through the lens of knowledge is power and how do we empower our children about ownership of their own bodies. It is said that 3 out of 4 young women and 1 out of 5 young men will be molested before the age of 17. Most of the time, families are only educated around what to do after something happens. However, what if I told you that 95% of abuse is preventable through education? Let’s empower our community and protect our children!