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WCCA TV’s NEW VOICES AWARD COMPETITION ages 14-19 register today.
We hold auditions the November 5th, selected singers who are chosen to move forward will be attending the television shoot for Episodes 1 & 2 shoots on December 1 and 2 ( maybe also the 3rd)
Sign up ASAP
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Worcester Public Library Partners with Bottom Line
to Host College Readiness Program for Low-Income Students
Worcester, MA – The Worcester Public Library is partnering with Bottom Line to provide college readiness support to low-income students in the Worcester area. The programs are designed to help students navigate the admissions and financial aid process.
Tyrone Brown of Bottom Line will offer College Admissions and Essays with Bottom Line on Friday, October 9 from 4 to 5 p.m. in the Library’s Banx Room. During this program, he will explain how to navigate the college admissions and essay writing process. Brown will also offer College Financial Aid with Bottom Line on Monday, November 16 from 4 to 5 p.m. in the Saxe Room at the Library. This program helps students learn to receive and make best use of financial aid for college. Both programs are free, and no registration is required.
“Providing free college readiness programming is something the library has done successfully in the past, and meshes perfectly with the library mission of democratized access,” said Rachel Moir, Teen Services Librarian of the Worcester Public Library. “We hope that by providing this programming, we will help local teens learn more about the college application and readiness resources available to them in their own community.”
Bottom Line has addressed the low college graduation rates of at-risk urban youth since 1997. Their mission is to help low income, first generation students get into college, graduate from college and go far in life. Their vision is to dramatically transform urban communities by producing thousands of career-ready college graduates.
The Worcester Public Library serves as a gathering place that actively promotes the free exchange of ideas in our democratic society. The Library makes information and services available to all people while fostering intellectual freedom, protecting privacy, encouraging personal growth and enrichment and celebrating our diverse community heritage. The Library strives to be a welcoming destination and the leading provider of resources to inform, enlighten and enrich our diverse community.
For more information on College Admissions and Essays with Bottom Line and College Financial Aid with Bottom Line please contact Linnea Sheldon, Community Relations and Communications Manager of the Worcester Public Library, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-799-1654. Students with questions regarding these programs may contact Rachel Moir, Teen Services Librarian of the Worcester Public Library at email@example.com of 508-799-1667.
3 Salem Square, Worcester, MA 01608 508.799.1655
Worcester Public Library, a Department of the City of Worcester
Community Relations & Communications Manager
Worcester Public Library
3 Salem Square
Worcester, MA 01608
To my Youth Development Friends,
I am writing to share information about this exciting program that starts next week, and to ask for your help in spreading the word! A healthy, empowered mother is so important to youth. She is strong, fit and able to take care of the family, and she is a wonderful role model of healthy behaviors for youth! Sometimes too, she can use support and guidance to ensure good health.
Take Shape for Life is a comprehensive health and fitness program for women, that combines group support and exercise, unlimited coaching, independent access to physical activity in a supportive environment. The group meets once weekly, with our inspirational trainer, Cyndi Johnson, when they exercise together, discuss goals, challenges and successes, and work toward individual goals.
The following link will take you to an in-depth program description, and introduce you to Cyndi. There is also a link to register, making it quick and convenient.
Job Posting for Customer Relations and Community Programs Coordinator
Our mission at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass/Metrowest is to enhance the quality of life of children at-risk, and their families, by matching these children in professionally supported mentoring relationships with responsible and caring volunteers. Big Brothers Big Sisters is seeking a full-time Customer Relations and Community Programs Coordinator for 40 hours a week in the Framingham office to coordinate all functions related to the agency’s community mentor programs, including customer relations, enrollment, interview and assess both youth and volunteer mentors, matching volunteers with mentees, match support, and training. The agency’s Community Programs seek to create effective community-based matches within our 40 town service region. This position ensures programs will provide high-level customer service and professional match support in response to all inquiries.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass / Metrowest, Inc.
Tel: 508-752-7868 Mobile: 508-736-4664
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Stormwater Preparation: Indian Lake & Coes Pond Drawdown
In advance of possibly significant rainfall amounts from Hurricane Joaquin, the
City of Worcester’s Department of Public Works & Parks is drawing down Indian Lake
and Coes Pond. These steps are only taken in anticipation of hurricane-level events.
While it is still uncertain as to whether the City will see the full effects of the
hurricane, we are taking the opportunity to create additional stormwater storage by
performing these drawdowns. These preemptive measures will help mitigate flooding
effects. City residents should experience virtually no impact from the drawdowns; this
notice is simply informational.
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