On Tuesday, October 10, 80 community members assembled to hear from the Somerville aldermanic candidates at a forum on affordability and development. Sponsored by SCC’s Affordable Housing Organizing Committee, the Union United Coalition and the Winter Hill Neighborhood Association, the forum was an opportunity for candidates to discuss their positions on inclusionary zoning, job linkage, off-site affordable housing, and city services to support tenants. Read more about Somerville Aldermanic Candidates Address Affordability
Repeats every week every Friday until Fri Nov 03 2017 .
10:30am to 12:00pm
SCC, 337 Somerville Ave, Somerville, Mass. 02143
Get on track to start your career in the culinary arts!Sign up now to participate in SCC’s new five-month job training program. Graduates will be prepared to enter the workforce as line cooks, prep cooks, restaurant chefs, grill cooks, assistant cooks and other culinary service positions. Program participants have the opportunity to earn college credit at Bunker Hill Community College. Read more about the program.
As a values-based membership organization, Somerville Community Corporation (SCC) brings its membership, staff and Board of Directors together with a united purpose. We are committed to addressing the needs of those on the margins of our community. Read more about Why SCC Employs Community Organizers
Part of the First Source Jobs Program, SCC’s new five-month culinary training program prepares graduates for career-building jobs as line cooks, prep cooks, restaurant chefs, grill cooks, assistant cooks and other culinary service positions. Program participants also have the opportunity to earn college credit at Bunker Hill Community College. Read more about New Culinary Training Program at SCC
Members of the Somerville Community Corporation family, supporters and friends gathered on the sprawling front lawn of Saint Polycarp Village on Mystic Avenue, Somerville in late August for the SCC 2017 Member Picnic. Read more about 2017 Summer Member Picnic
This is the time to make your pledge to SCC through the Social Equity Campaign in order to be eligible for the 2017 Community Investment Tax Credit (CITC). You’ll get 50% of your donation back as a state tax refund or credit (plus the deduction from your federal taxes). Read more about SCC’s Social Equity Campaign Is in Full Swing
CEO Daniel LeBlanc, Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone, Lionel Romain of the Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation, and Dan May, vice president, East Boston Savings Bank were joined by a crowd of neighbors, city officials and members of the SCC community on Saturday, September 9, 2017, to break ground for new construction of affordable condominiums at 163 Glen Street, East Somerville. Read more about SCC Breaks Ground for Glen Street Affordable Condos