Friendly Reminder: LatinoNet Survey: Your input needed
This brief survey will help LatinoNet set its priorities for the coming year. We would like your input on what activities are most important and useful to our members.
We appreciate you taking the time.
Eureka Positive Discipline Class in Spanish
Our Pathways to Health 6-week workshop for Diabetes Self-Management begins Thursday, April 12
If you (or someone you care about) is living with diabetes or prediabetes, you are cordially invited to attend the Our Pathways to Health workshops for Diabetes Self-Management workshop beginning Thursday April 12th. This is a FREE six week course held at the Humboldt IPA in Eureka from 4:00pm-6:30pm.
Some topics covered will include: Understanding your blood sugar, managing stress and difficult emotions, working with your healthcare providers, weekly goals, making your diet work with you, and living a fuller, healthier life. Call 267-9606 to register or for more information.
LatinoNet's Annual meeting and Board Elections April 13, 2018.
We will have a discussion about a Humboldt County Sanctuary Ordinance.
Humboldt Senior Resource Center is Hiring!
Are you motivated by meaningful experiences? Do you have a heart for service? Do change and growth excite you? The Humboldt Senior Resource Center is currently recruiting for multiple positions:
- Food Service Manager
- Lead Cook
- Center Manager (Redwood Coast PACE)
To apply, please visit our website at www.humsenior.org and go to the “Job Opportunities” link where you will find application requirements and complete job descriptions for all of our open positions.
Redwood Community Action Agency’s AFACTR AmeriCorps Program is now recruiting
Are you ready to serve families in Humboldt County while receiving a living allowance and earning an Education Award and much more? Redwood Community Action Agency’s AFACTR AmeriCorps Program is recruiting for the Fall term. AFACTR members serve full time for a year at family resource centers in Humboldt County including outlying areas. They help to strengthen families in need and promote resilience by providing case management and parenting education. The benefits include: a living allowance of $17,750.00 which is divided into bi-monthly payments, an Education Award of $5920.00 upon program completion which can be used to pay off school loans or toward school in the future, student loan forbearance and interest paid during service, basic health care insurance, child care benefit if eligible, excellent training and on the job experience in social service work and being part of a nationwide team of AmeriCorps members. Please contact Daniel Gallardo, AFACTR AmeriCorps Program Coordinator, at 707 269-2047 or firstname.lastname@example.org.