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Updated: Mar 11, 2021

Employment


Subject: Malheur Works Internship Program [English Flyer]

Thanks to generous grant funding awards and strong collaboration efforts Malheur Works will place 20 interns across Malheur County this summer. The Malheur Works Internship Program connects local businesses and organizations to talented young adults through internship opportunities. Internships are 9 weeks, full-time, paid, and held during the summer.

Please see the attached flyer for more information or visit the Malheur Works webpage.

The application to become a Host Site for the Summer of 2021 is now open. Apply here

Please forward and share this information through your network.

Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

Warm regards,

Nickie Shira STEM & Innovation Coordinator Frontier STEM Hub - Malheur Education Service District #14

363 A Street West, Vale, OR 97918

nickie.shira@malesd.org (541)473-4865

 

[English Flyer]

Virtual Jobs Club Ontario will begin on Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021 at 2:00 P.M. This will be a once-a-week virtual meeting, accessible to all those whom register.

American Staffing will be our first guest employer. In speaking with Barry, the manager at American Staffing, he is looking forward to partnering with us and sharing some insights. He has many leads for temp to permanent hire positions around our area.

Jobs Clubs participants will receive a Zoom invite. To ensure that their IMatch registrations are complete and active, please have interested participants contact me at least 24 hours prior to the event.

This is a pilot program, and as such, feedback will help me improve the experience. As new and exciting developments unfold, I will keep you posted. Please let friends and associates know about this fantastic opportunity.

Building prosperity together,

Darla Bair

TEC Workshop Facilitator

Ontario, Oregon

541-889-5394 *250

1-800-846-9110 Message line

Darla@tecteam.org

 

EOWB has a SHORT video to help spread the word that there is paid training and education available to help those who are interested in finding work, possibly in a different industry or maybe just a higher paying position. Please share with your community partners. EOWB video (1m, 17s): https://youtu.be/suMhr_R0bmA

Thank you and have a great week!

Erin Carpenter

Eastern Oregon Workforce Board

(541) 963-3693 | www.eowb.org

 

Our Workforce Analyst, Tony Wendel, prepared the attached Quick Facts sheet for Malheur County. I hope you find the information both informative and useful. Feel free to share as appropriate.

Thanks,

Ed Susman | Manager | Oregon Employment Department

Desk: 541-889-5394, x241 | Cell: 541-709-6048 | edward.a.susman@oregon.gov

 

TRAININGS




[English Flyer]

[Spanish Flyer]

Hello Community Partners,

Hope all is well.

I am forwarding information that I received from SOAR, regarding a Free Citizenship workshop.

If you know of anyone that is interested in filing for naturalization, this is a great

opportunity to receive free assistance to file the required application.

There is a phone number on the flyer for folks to call and sign up.

Folks do need to call for a screening of eligibility for naturalization.

If you have any questions, feel free to call or email.

Take care,

Maria Romero

OREGON LAW CENTER

Administrator

OLC Ontario Regional Office

35 SE 5TH Ave Ste. #1

Ontario, OR 97914

541-889-3121

mromero@oregonlawcenter.org

 

[English Flyer]

virtual training opportunity coming up Feb 24:

3 D's Dementia, Delirium & Depression

Rod Harwood, MDiv, MA, QMHP-C

Older Adult Behavioral Health Coordinator

GOBHI

rharwood@gobhi.org

541-293-1755

 

[Documentation]

Screening Applicants for Effectiveness Training: Guidelines to Prevent Child Molestation in Mentoring and Youth-Serving Organizations.

Lynsey Hansen of the Boys & Girls Club of Western Treasure Valley will be facilitating a SAFE (Screening Applicants for Effectiveness) training on Saturday, February 27th from 10:30 AM to 1:30 PM. The attached document provides a summary of the presentation. This training is free of charge to any attendees. Individual organization training for Oregon based organizations if also available if this is something you may be interested in.

The Eventbrite link to sign up for the class is: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/safe-training-zoom-tickets-139543615711

Please forward this email to anyone you think might be interested in attending.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

Lynsey Hansen

Director of Operations

Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Treasure Valley

573 SW 3rd Ave, Ontario OR 97914

Phone- 541-889-7979 Email- lynsey@bgcwtv.org

 

Education Opportunity: Trauma Informed Care in Trying Times Registration Now Open! In the face of social unrest, natural disaster, and global pandemic, Community Health Workers and the people they serve are experiencing significant trauma. Learn to better understand how trauma effects behavior and relationships. Participants will leave with practical tips and tools for interactions with community members and self-care. This will be an interactive online training led by Lisa Ladendorff, LCSW, and Connie Sherrard, MSW. Registered participants will receive an email with training materials and a zoom link prior to the training. This training offers 3 CEUs and is $25.00. Thursday, February 25, 2021 from 9:00am to 12:00pmRegister Please contact csherrard@neonoregon.org with questions.


 



Grant Opportunities


More Schools, Community Organizations Sought for Summer Food Service Program

Oregon Department of Education Seeks to Increase Sites to Feed Children and Teens this Summer

(Salem, Ore.) – The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) is seeking more schools, community organizations and tribes to participate in Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) this summer to help ensure that children and teens receive the nutritious meals they need during the summer months.

The goal of the SFSP is to ensure children 18 and younger, who benefit from meal programs during the school year, continue to have that same access to nutritious meals when schools are closed, or students are unable to attend school in person. During the pandemic, Oregon has seen record numbers of meals served to children via the Summer Food Service Program.

“Access to summer meals is an important way to ensure that children continue to receive the nutrition they need, to learn and grow, when school is not in session,” said ODE Summer Meals Outreach Coordinator Jessica Visinsky. “The extension of summer meals during the pandemic has provided continuity for families and allowed schools and organizations to provide the support that so many children need.”

It is important to expand the program and close the hunger gap in all areas of the state, and ODE’s Child Nutrition Program is reaching out to ensure that children continue to receive meals throughout the summer.

Apply to Sponsor a Summer Meals Program

Organizations must enter into an agreement with ODE to run USDA Summer Food Service Programs. Schools, non-profit community organizations, local government agencies, camps and faith-based organizations that have the ability to manage a food service program may be SFSP sponsors. Sponsors are reimbursed for serving healthy meals and snacks to children and may manage multiple sites.

Sites are places in the community where children receive meals in a safe and supervised environment. Sites may be located in a variety of settings, including schools, parks, community centers, health clinics, hospitals, libraries, migrant centers, apartment complexes and faith-based locations. Sites work directly with local sponsors.

For information about how to apply for the Summer Food Service Program, please contact ode.communitynutrition@ode.state.or.us. The deadline to submit an application to become a Summer Food Service Sponsor is May 14, 2021.


 

Grant Funding for Sacred Places Historic houses of worship, from prairie churches to urban synagogues, are the bedrocks that continue to sustain us as a people, uniting us in service and celebration. Together, we can protect them for generations to come—apply for a grant from the National Fund for Sacred Places to keep these places as an important part of our national cultural heritage.

The National Fund provides training, planning grants, technical assistance, capacity-building support, and capital grants up to $250,000 to congregations of all faiths for rehabilitation work on their historic facilities.

APPLY TODAY

Congregations are urged to submit their letter of intent by March 15 for the Fund for Sacred Places for projects such as:

  • Urgent repair needs that are integral to life safety.

  • Projects that improve the usability or ADA accessibility of the property.

  • Renovation projects for important community outreach.

In the four years of this program, 52 houses of worship from an Art Deco gem in Asheville, NC to a Modern sanctuary in New York City have received more than $10 million in funding supporting projects that range from steeple stabilization to exterior masonry repair to HVAC replacement. Learn about past participants Temple Beth Ahabah (Richmond, VA) and North Christian Church (Columbus, IN), as well as the full list of the 2020 recipients.

Visit www.FundforSacredPlaces.org for more details, including eligibility requirements, guidelines, and online application.

 

The annual grant is posted on grants.gov. You can enter the grant number below or search Dept of Interior grants and it will come up in the list.

L21AS00235 BLM ORWA Secure Rural Schools Program Funding Opportunity Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management

Document Type:

Grants Notice

Funding Opportunity Number:

L21AS00235

Funding Opportunity Title:

BLM ORWA Secure Rural Schools Program Funding Opportunity

Opportunity Category:

Discretionary

Opportunity Category Explanation:

Funding Instrument Type:

Cooperative Agreement

Category of Funding Activity:

Natural Resources

Category Explanation:

Expected Number of Awards:

CFDA Number(s):

15.234 -- Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination

Cost Sharing or Matching Requirement:

No

Version:

Synopsis 1

Posted Date:

Dec 26, 2020

Last Updated Date:

Dec 26, 2020

Original Closing Date for Applications:

Apr 23, 2021 Electronically submitted applications must be submitted no later than 12:00 p.m., ET, on the listed application due dates. Open from December 23, 2020 – April 23, 2021 12:00 PM EST Round One – Applications Due: February 23, 2021 12:00 PM EST Round Two – Applications Due: April 23, 2021 12:00 PM EST Applications must be submitted in English. Late applications will not be accepted or reviewed.

Current Closing Date for Applications:

Apr 23, 2021 Electronically submitted applications must be submitted no later than 12:00 p.m., ET, on the listed application due dates. Open from December 23, 2020 – April 23, 2021 12:00 PM EST Round One – Applications Due: February 23, 2021 12:00 PM EST Round Two – Applications Due: April 23, 2021 12:00 PM EST Applications must be submitted in English. Late applications will not be accepted or reviewed.

Archive Date:

Estimated Total Program Funding:

$3,100,000

Award Ceiling:

$100,000

Award Floor:

$20,000

Eligibility

Eligible Applicants:

Public housing authorities/Indian housing authorities City or township governments Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education Native American tribal governments (Federally recognized) Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS, other than institutions of higher education Private institutions of higher education Public and State controlled institutions of higher education Special district governments State governments County governments Independent school districts Individuals Native American tribal organizations (other than Federally recognized tribal governments)

Additional Information on Eligibility:

For-Profit Organizations are not eligible to apply for awards under this NOFO

Additional Information

Agency Name:

Bureau of Land Management

Description:

BLM ORWA Secure Rural Schools Program Funding Opportunity

Link to Additional Information:

See Related Documents

Grantor Contact Information:

If you have difficulty accessing the full announcement electronically, please contact: Shelli Timmons srtimmons@blm.gov srtimmons@blm.gov




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