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Ad Space available for the Jericho Road Project Gala Program

I hope you will join me in helping a great organization - Jericho Road Project - by buying an ad in their Gala program.

Promote your business where it will be seen by by business people throughout the area and hundreds of residents in and around Concord MA.

1/3 page - $300
1/4 page - $200
Business card - $100

Jericho Road helps area non-profits serving low-to-moderate at-risk communities become more effective, efficient, and sustainable by matching business people volunteers with needy non-profits.

Last year, just in the Greater Lowell area, we've helped over 60 non-profit organizations, over 1000 people, and provided volunteer consulting services valued at almost $250,000!

Help by making this investment in your business while helping non-profits continue their important work!

Please fill out the attached ad form. Thank you for your generosity!

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Transformational Beginnings Program Manager Wanted

United Teen Equality Center (UTEC)

Transformational Beginnings Program Manager 

The Transformational Beginnings (TB) Program Manager guides and supports all youth who participate in the Mattress Deconstruction and Recycling Enterprise, the first phase of workforce programming.  S/he plans and implements daily structured programming, which includes working in the mattress recycling warehouse, workshops, talking circles, and orientation sessions.  Above all else, the TB Program Manager identifies as a dedicated youth worker with a passion for transitional employment programming. The individual values innovation and creativity and is inspired to address the challenges and benefits of an integrated youth development social enterprise business. Reporting to the Senior Director of Programs, the position also works with the Chief Innovation Officer, Mattress Recycling Operations Manager, Director of Youth Promise, and TB Coaches to develop, manage, and support the Mattress Recycling social enterprise. 

Responsibilities and Outcomes

  • ·         Supervise and manage a crew of up to 20 youth in the mattress recycling warehouse
  • ·         Develop, plan, and facilitate Transformational Beginnings orientation and weekly workshops for new enrollees to UTEC’s workforce development programs
  • ·         Complete weekly performance reviews for all youth who complete 3 days of attendance per week
  • ·         Responsible for promoting 4-5 youth a month to the next stage of programming (food services or woodworking)
  • ·         Provide support  to the Mattress Recycling Operations Manager  and Chief Innovation Officer in developing and maintaining operations process and protocols in Mattress Recycling  
  • ·         Collaborate with the Senior Director of Programs, Director of Youth Promise and workforce staff in implementing quality integrated programing and preparing youth for a continuum of workforce and educational opportunities
  • ·         Manage youth time sheets, attendance, payroll, evaluations, and daily activities and enter data in ETO, UTEC’s performance management database
  • ·         Supervise 1 AmeriCorps member in Mattress Recycling

Qualifications and Competencies

  • ·         At least 3 years of youth development experience with proven-risk youth
  • ·         At least one year of supervisory experience preferred
  • ·         Experience developing lesson plans and an understanding of group dynamics
  • ·         Flexibility: Thrives in a hectic and fast paced environment; open to other perspectives
  • ·         Commitment: Genuinely cares about the youth’s and UTEC’s success
  • ·         Relentless: Does not give up on youth, proactively reaches out to youth, can see youth succeeding even when the youth cannot see it her/himself
  • ·         Leads by Example: Demonstrates punctuality, reliability, sound judgment, stress management and team work to corps members, other staff, and youth; works side-by-side with crew on-site or off-site
  • ·         Controlled Response: Remains calm and objective when confronting defense-provoking situations; tolerates stress
  • ·         Creativity: Develops innovative solutions to challenging problems and creates engaging, fun workshops and program experiences for youth
  • ·         Coachable: Open to feedback and personal and professional improvement
  • ·         Relationship Builder: values and nurtures relationships between self and youth, self and community partners, self and colleagues
  • ·         Drive: Hunger to do an excellent job, a passion to own one’s work, proactively comes up with systems and solutions to make one’s work more effective
  • ·         Well Organized: Can manage at the high level while keeping day-to-day on track
  • ·         Attention to Detail: Creates and maintains protocols that enhance youth experience and provides positive environment for youth
  • ·         Team Player: Upholds UTEC’s mission, values, and vibe
  • ·         Sense of Humor: Ability to laugh at oneself a must! 

Benefits: 3 weeks paid vacation, 10 paid sick days, and health/dental benefits (50-85% subsidized).

To Apply

Strong candidates should submit a thoughtful cover letter and resume to [email protected]. Please type “Transformational Beginnings Program Manager” in the subject line of the email. Candidates whom we choose to interview will be contacted. Please no calls or email about this position.

 

 

 

 

 

Manchester Choral Society

CONTACT INFORMATION for MCS Press Release:

Kirsten Mohring – 731-9360

9 Stonehenge Road

Londonderry, NH 03053 

 

MCS Seeks New Singers for Requiem Poem 

Looking to sing some incredible music this spring? Then come sing with us, the Manchester Choral Society! This season our Masterworks series will feature Maurice Durufle's "Requiem" and the world premiere of  "Requiem Poem” by award-winning New Hampshire composer Jonathan Santore. 

All interested singers from high school and beyond are welcome to attend our first open rehearsal on Monday, January 25, 2016 at St. Catherine of Siena School (206 North St. Manchester, NH) from 7:00-9:00pm. To sign up for an audition contact Betty Dunn (603-893-8501, email [email protected]). For further information about Manchester Choral Society, go to www.mcsnh.org or contact Co-president Liz Sheil at [email protected] or Co-president Megan Carrier at [email protected]

MCS is supported by generous donations from many individuals, local businesses and foundations including the NH Charitable Foundation (Corbit Fund), and the Frederick Smyth Institute of Music.

The Manchester Choral Society is a non-profit auditioned community chorus established in 1961.  MCS is committed to sharing and promoting the best in choral music of a variety of styles and periods through vibrant performance, collaboration, and educational and community outreach.  Concerts for the public are offered several times a year under the musical direction of Dr. Dan Perkins, who has served over two decades as Professor of Music and Director of Choral Activities at Plymouth State University. Dr. Perkins is also Music Director of the New Hampshire Master Chorale, and has served as the Principal Guest Conductor of the Vietnam National Opera and Ballet in Hanoi, guest conductor of the Dartmouth Concertato Singers, Dartmouth Handel Society, and as the Music Director of the Hanover Chamber Orchestra, and New Hampshire Friendship Chorus. Dr. Perkins’ choirs have performed all over the world, including Europe, Brazil, Ecuador, Peru, South Africa, South Korea, and Vietnam.   

Noodles&Company Hosts Community Benefit Nights

Greetings! 

At Noodles & Company we are aware of the challenges nonprofit organizations face in raising funds to aid their programs. Whether your nonprofit is a school, a sports team, or a campus club, we have developed an easy way to help you with your fundraising efforts: Eat Noodles! It’s a great way to combine fabulous food, and fun with a worthy cause! 
 
We love to nourish and inspire the communities that we serve. Our Community Benefit Night events are designed to help schools and non-profit organizations raise funds by donating 20% of sales back to the organization during a designated time frame.  Find out more, contact Kim Julian at [email protected]
 
All of us at Noodles & Company on the Daniel Webster Highway in Nashua would love to have you!