The Great Recession has been hard on almost everyone, but it’s really tough on black households. Please take a few minutes to education yourself and possibly pass this article to others and to use this information as a youth development tool. See link below:
Let’s support UCSF in their next round of classes for the MAMAS Study which tests interventions including stress reduction techniques, healthy eating and active lifestyle to promote healthy weight gain during pregnancy for overweight women. Their currently seeking 30 participants for classes beginning February 22nd. If you have patients/clients who might benefit from participation, please
feel free to have them contact Nina Fry at (415) 600-5772 email@example.com
Congratulations to 3rd Street Youth Clinic staff for their hard work and dedication to our youth and the community. The clinic was recognized by the San Francisco Chronicle Newspaper for the continues of growth and the hopefulness of expanding services in the Bayview Community. Please help support them and the work they do by taken a few minutes to read the article. See link below:
Please join us for our February Convener Meeting at the Joseph Lee Recreation Center! We will discuss an update on the Bayview Zone, the 13 Cities plan, summer programming, and presentations by CARC and TARC!
Please see below for attached documents that will be handed out at the meeting.
The Bayview Station has released their application to apply for the 2011 San Francisco Police Activities League (PAL) Law Enforcement Cadets! This program can lead to a year long internship position at an SFPD station or bureau.
This program includes a 4-week intensive law enforcement training at the SF Police Academy running from June 13th – July 8th, M-F, 9am-3pm. Up to 50 new cadets will be selected. Please distribute this to your networks and engage youth in the great opportunity.
Please participate in these wonderful events in San Francisco for Black History Month and support our great black leaders . Click here to see the February calendar with events details.
The purpose of this survey is to gather information about critical data needed to evaluate the recommendations of what types of businesses and activities the community desires along the Third Street Corridor. In addition, there are a few questions that ask your opinion about where you shop for goods and services and why.
You are a Stakeholder in this community, thus making your input a valuable asset to the efforts of the Third Street Corridor Project. The Survey will take 5 minutes to complete. All of your responses will be kept confidential within reasonable limits. Only people directly involved with this project will have access to the surveys.
Online completion of this survey indicates voluntary consent to participate in this study. If you would like to participate in the $100 gift certificate drawing, you must provide contact information (name, telephone number and email) in the space provided.
Please follow the link below to begin your survey!
If you have any questions pertaining to the survey, please do not hesitate to contact Wendy Guzman at wendy@rencenter or 415-647-3728 ext.6409.