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NAHC Youth Services Summer Program

  NAHC Youth Services Program in San Francisco will be running a FREE six week Summer Program for self-identified Indigenous youth ages 10 to 18. The program will begin Monday June 11th and end Wednesday July 18th, 2012 and will … Continue reading

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MiCoCo May Community meeting with Supervisor Campos

On Friday May 4th, MiCoCo held it’s last Community Meeting with Supervisor Campos. In case you missed it, check out what Supervisor David Campos had to say about it: The three main topics brought up during the meeting included redistricting, … Continue reading

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Immigration Workshop

On May 24th, from 5:30-7:30 pm at Centro Del Pueblo (474 Valencia Street). Will be offering a free and bilingual workshop! Topics will include secure communities, the affects of traffic violations and crimes, and new immigration law proposals. It will … Continue reading

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Spring Fest with the San Francisco General Hospital

The San Francisco General Hospital offers a variety of free classes to patients, staff and community to support many aspects of wellness. These include exercise, nutrition, meditation, massage and smoking cessation. A perfect opportunity to sample the SFGH new programs is … Continue reading

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Pet Education and Adoption Event with SF Friends!

San Francisco Friends School is teaming up with the SF SPCA to host a day of education and adoption, fun for all lovers of four-legged friends. This event will be held at SFFS and will include several booths to help … Continue reading

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FAFSA Help for High School Seniors!

Do you know a high school senior looking for financial aid? This year Mission Graduates and MEDA partnered together to increase the rate of students who are filling out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Below is the schedule for FAFSA workshops, free for any high … Continue reading

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Recruiting girls, 6th-9th grade, for Girlz Climb On!

GirlVentures, a non-profit organization based in the Women’s Building, is currently recruiting girls for their after-school program called Girlz Climb On. This program pairs girls (grades 6-9) with an adult female mentor – they climb, laugh & learn together once a week for … Continue reading

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Strengthening Families Program

Having trouble with your teen? Let the Strengthening Families Program (SFP) help. SFP is an evidence based parenting and family program that involves not just the parents or the child alone but the entire family. SFP has been found to significantly … Continue reading

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Emerge California program for women

Emerge California is a political candidate training program for Democratic women who want to run for office. The Emerge California program consists of intensive training sessions spanning a seven-month period with more than 70 hours of programming. The core curriculum covers … Continue reading

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Volunteer with MEDA

MEDA (Mission Economic Development Agency)  is looking for volunteers to help with the upcoming 2011-2012 tax season. They’re looking for people to help individuals with preparing taxes, filling out FAFSA (financial aid) forms for families with college bound students, as well as greeters … Continue reading

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