More details on Community News & Events can be found on our events calendar.
Greenfield, MA Mass Meeting | The Poor People’s Campaign-We Must Do MORE Tour with Rev William Barber: February 5
Find out more about the event here.
NEW- Live Well Expo: February 6
Learn more about this event here.
Mirrors for Latinx Students Springfield: February 6
Learn more about this conversation.
Free Educator Webinar: Understanding Immigration Today: February 12
Learn more and register here.
GRLZ Radio Spring 2020 Session: Deadline to Apply February 14
Learn more and apply here.
NEW- Our Story: February 14 & 15
Learn more about this performance here.
20/20 Vision Youth Justice Rally: February 20
Learn more here.
NEW- JET Into Teaching: Deadline March 15
The Journey into Education and Teaching (JET) Program is now accepting Interest Forms for the 2020-2021 year. Please visit the JET website at jetintoteaching.org for more information. See the JET Info Sheet for more Information.
Annual Women’s Leadership Breakfast: March 24
Learn more and buy tickets here.
Arnold Arboretum Botany Club Drop Off Program: April Vacation
Learn more here.
DCR Request for Teachers looking for Summer Jobs
Calling all teachers looking for summer work! DCR is looking for Assistant Managers & Managers for pools and beaches for the summer season, usually extending the end of June – August. Learn more here!
Help Puerto Rico and Send Your Support
Puerto Rico suffered another massive earthquake over the weekend. Please consider contributing today so that we can be there for Puerto Rico now. Laura Davila has also organized a GoFundMe campaign account here.
Make the Call for Rent Control Now!
Find the script here.
The Walk for Hunger 2020 Teacher Champion Award
Project Bread is pleased to honor teachers in Massachusetts who are committed to ending hunger in their school. Because we know that school breakfast is a critical strategy to addressing hunger in schools, this year, we are recognizing teachers who have helped to champion their school breakfast programs.
Sign the Petition to Protect USPS from Privatization
The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) is at risk of privatization. We need your help to ensure the USPS stays as the critically important public service that it is today. Don’t wait – add your name to the petition now.