English

Feb 23

Union United's MEPA Workshop

6:00pm to 8:00pm

Location: 

St. Joseph’s Church, 264 Washington Street, Somerville

Come to Union United’s MEPA 101 Workshop on Monday, February 23rd to learn about how the environmental review process works for major development projects, including for Union Square’s redevelopment. This is a free event open to the public and we highly encourage you to invite others. Interpretation and childcare is available upon request

RSVP
Email unionunited2014@gmail.com or call 617-776-5931 x 228 with any questions and to register.

Feb 26

Jobs for Somerville Meeting

6:00pm to 8:00pm

Location: 

SCC 337 Somerville Ave, 2nd Fl., Somerville, MA 02143

Jobs for Somerville was formed by community members in response to the need for good local jobs. Come to the committee meeting to learn how you can get involved. Food, childcare, and interpretation will be provided.

For more information about Jobs for Somerville, contact Karen at 617-776 5931 x230 or knarefsky@somervillecdc.org, or Rene at 617-776-5931 x226 or rmardones@somervillecdc.org.

Mar 05

Somerville Public Hearing on New Zoning Ordinance Overhaul

6:00pm

Location: 

Somerville City Hall - Aldermanic Chambers, 2nd Floor, 93 Highland Avenue, Somerville, MA

A joint public hearing for all interested parting will be held by the Planning Board and the Board of Aldermen Land Use Committee to receive public comments concerning the following:

Adoption of a New Somerville Zoning Ordinance to supersede the current zoning ordinance as originally adopted on March 23, 1990

Please refer to the full draft ordinance and maps which may be reviewed through the Zoning Overhaul Website.

Feb 10

Somerville Public Hearing on New Zoning Ordinance Overhaul - POSTPONED

6:00pm

Location: 

Somerville City Hall - Aldermanic Chambers, 2nd Floor, 93 Highland Avenue, Somerville, MA

The public hearing originally scheduled for February 10th has been rescheduled for March 5th due to the snow

A joint public hearing for all interested parting will be held by the Planning Board and the Board of Aldermen Land Use Committee to receive public comments concerning the following:

Feb 24

First Source Workshop Series: Application Draft Sheet

4:00pm to 5:00pm

Location: 

SCC 337 Somerville Ave, 2nd Fl., Somerville, MA 02143

Filling out a job application the right way is as important as having a good resume.  During this workshop, a career development professional will teach you what are the most common mistakes and best practices when filling a job application.

This is the second of a two-part series to help you succeed in getting the job you want. The first part (How to Communicate at Work) is being held right before this from 3-4pm.

Feb 24

First Source Workshop Series: How to Communicate at Work

3:00pm to 4:00pm

Location: 

SCC 337 Somerville Ave, 2nd Fl., Somerville, MA 02143

Addressing a problem at work or even identifying what is the right way to tell your boss that you have to be absent could be very difficult.  During this workshop you will learn the best practices to communicate at work.

This is the first of a two-part series to help you succeed in getting the job you want. The second part (Application Draft Sheet) is being held right after this from 4-5pm.

Feb 20

First Source Workshop Series: Job Seekers Support Group

1:00pm to 3:00pm

Location: 

SCC 337 Somerville Ave, 2nd Fl., Somerville, MA 02143

The Job Seekers Support Group is a space for job seekers to share their experiences in the job search process and networking with other job seekers.  This will also be a time for non-native English speakers to practice their language skills in a safe and comfortable environment.

This is a drop-in event. No registration required.

For more information
Contact Jorge Colón at 617-776-5931 x232 or jcolon@somervillecdc.org

Feb 05

Union United Coalition Meeting

6:00pm

Location: 

St. Joseph’s (lower church), 264 Washington Street, Somerville

Join us at the February Union United Coalition Meeting, and bring a friend!

Union United is a coalition of stakeholders, including small business owners, residents, activists, immigrant groups, religious congregations, labor unions, and community-based organizations, working to ensure that the Union Square redevelopment process results in tangible benefits — not displacement — for the Union Square community.

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