Mi Chiantla Presents: A Night of Celebration and Community. Please save the date and join us on May 19 for our inaugural fundraiser. Funds will support programs centering joy and holistic community engagement-based drug use prevention through STEM Education, Music, Arts, and other Recreational Activities. Festivities will be held on May 19, 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm at ASHHO Cultural & Job Training Center, 5757 Littlerock Rd SW Tumwater, WA. For more information, please visit the Mc Chiantla website at Mi Chiantla – Promoting academic and technical excellence.
Washington Youth Challenge Academy (WYCA) is conducting mock interviews for their next class. We continue to accept applications for the next class, July 17, 2023. Applications can be found on our website. Completing an application early offers the greatest opportunity for admission to the program. Applications will be accepted for the July class until the class is filled. Any application received or completed after the July class is filled will move to the January 15, 2024 class. Interview-Selection Days are July 10, 11, 12 in Moses Lake at Big Bend Community College and at the WYCA campus in Bremerton. To be invited to participate in an Interview-Selection Day, youths need to complete the application process. Participation is mandatory. Presentations at your school or organization are available. Click here to access the newsletter.
Mason County Consortium
Where: Coastal Community Action Program
Title: Housing & Community Services Director
Location: Aberdeen, WA
Description: The Director is responsible for the day-to-day oversight and management of the contracts assigned to the Housing and Community Services Department, including providing supervision, support, mentorship, and direction for the program staff. Assures program compliance with all applicable regulations, requirements, and contracts, as well as cost control and quality assurance for the program. Responsible for applicable grant and application writing and development of new programs to fulfill agency and client needs.
Lewis County Thrives
Cascade Pacific Action Alliance is conducting a region-wide survey to better understand the landscape of social services available in communities across the region. Over the last six years, a large portion of CPAA’s work has been the Medicaid Transformation Project Waiver (MTP). This year is focused on community exploration as we await the Health Care Authority’s release of MTP 2.0.
CPAA recognizes the critical role that community-focused organizations play in providing services and support to individuals and families, and we value your input and expertise in this process. By participating in this survey, you will help us identify gaps in service and opportunities for collaboration and contribute to the development of a regional network dedicated to improving health and well-being for all. To access the survey, please click here.