The First Source Jobs Program is undergoing program restructuring. We will maintain active files with all of our program participants, and will resume our coaching and case management services in February/March 2017.
For emergencies, please contact: Thais DeMarco, Director of Economic Opportunity, 617.776.5931
Dirce Silva is the owner of Union Square Tailoring, which has been in the neighborhood for 11 years. She is also a member of Union United. Here is her testimony about why a CBA, or Community Benefits Agreement, is critical for Union Square. Read more about Union Square Business Owner Backs CBA
At Somerville Community Corporation we received a sort of holiday present when we were issued our Certificate of Occupancy for the 35 new affordable apartments at 181 Washington Street the day before Thanksgiving. Read more about Home for the Holidays
Somerville Community Corporation is moving forward with our partners Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH) and Gate Residential in planning for the potential redevelopment of the Clarendon Hill/North Street public housing in West Somerville. Read more about Clarendon Hill/North Street Update
We are in the final stretch of our 2016 Social Equity Campaign, getting closer to our $300,000 goal. But we still need your support by 12/31/16 to get there! Consider a Community Investment Tax Credit (CITC) eligible donation! Read more about Give a Gift, Get a Gift with CITC
Like millions of people in and outside of the United States, Somerville residents were stunned by – and have had mixed reactions to – the Presidential election that resulted in Donald Trump taking office in January. Read more about Together We Will Stand Tall
Shortly after moving to Somerville Cynthia Taft (Cindy) and her husband, Fred Mueller, met their next door neighbor Helen Corrigan, who has a long and rich association with SCC. “She began to tell us a little about SCC,” explains Cindy. “That was our first encounter with it.” Read more about Cynthia Taft: Thankful for Her New Community