We are devastated by the recent police killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Sean Reed, Tony McDade, the murder of Ahmaud Arbery, the many killings that came before, and the countless acts of brutal racist violence throughout our nation's history. We extend our deepest condolences to all the families for their senseless, profound, and irreparable loss. We recognize that racism has been built into the fabric and foundation of our nation. Read more about In Solidarity
Resources from First Source Jobs at Somerville Community Corporation
Has your job been impacted by the corona virus? First Source Jobs program staff are available to help. We can connect you to employment opportunities, help apply for unemployment benefits, and find other resources to help during this crisis. Please reach out to connect with us! Read more about Covid-19 Employment Resources
Due to the Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, the SCC office will be closed until further notice. SCC is making every effort to continue to serve our members and constituents while also working to keep all of us as safe as possible from the rapidly spreading coronavirus. Effective immediately we've taken the following steps:
First Source Jobs is excited to be working in partnership with MassHire Metro North Workforce Board to provide career advising, outreach, and career coaching services in the city of Malden. SCC was awarded a contract as part of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission 2019 Community Mitigation Fund Workforce Development Pilot Program grant, with the goal of preparing residents in the Metro North region to gain the skills necessary to meet the workforce demands of employers impacted by the new Encore Boston Harbor gaming facility.Read more about First Source Comes to Malden!
SCC, along with Union United, City of Somerville, LOCUS, Union Square Main Streets, City Councilor Ben Ewen-Campen, and other Somerville residents have been hard at work to answer the question: How can we make sure the new development, and the investment in the new development in Somerville’s designated Opportunity Zones, directly benefits our community, and does not further gentrify it?
SCC invites you on an interactive journey to Somerville 2069...
As part of our 50th Anniversary, join SCC and local students, artists, kids, leaders, thinkers, and makers as we journey fifty years into the Future through 14 interactive stations featuring art, video, performance, interactive displays, installations, games, and more!!
It was a marvelous morning, despite a little drizzle, to kick off SCC's 50th. The rocket theme was in full effect as our emcee, Libby Mahaffy, stepped out in an astronaut suit, complete with helmet and jet pack. As guests enjoyed the delicious food catered by Jules Catering, Mayor Curtatone gave a wonderful welcome and promised to fulfill his pledge to jump into the Mystic River and Danny LeBlanc reminisced about SCC's beginnings. Read more about 50th Anniversary Launches!!