How To Set Up a Facebook Business Page

How To Set Up a Facebook Business Page

  • A name for your Page and a blurb about your business
  • Profile photo
  • Cover photo

Step 1: Sign up on Facebook Business

Head over to and select “Business or Brand.” Then, you’ll add your page name and the category (Nonprofit Organization).


Step 2: Upload Profile Photo & Cover Photo

Here is where you’ll add your profile photo and cover photo for your page.

Step 3: Add a Username

According to Facebook, “A username helps people find and remember your Page”.

It should match your page name as closely as possible so your audience can easily find you!

Step 4: Finish Your About Section

Filling out your About section helps people understand where you’re located, how to get in touch, and what you’re all about. It’s a good idea to fill this out as soon as possible so your audience get all the information they need right up front.


Now you’re ready to start posting!

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SER Newsletter August 2018

SER Newsletter August 2018

October 3rd, 2018
University of New Mexico
9:00am – 3:00pm
High school students, college students, and local community are invited to attend.
For questions or to register contact Rafaela Schwan at



The Latino Educational Fund (LEF) is a 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to helping Latino achieve their full potential through higher education, career development and financial independence. For over six years, LEF has sought to empower the communities in which it serves.
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Centro Latino is a community based non-profit that works with the Latino and Indigenous Native families. Learn more about our educational programs, Crisis intervention, family outreach services, Arts & Culture programming, or join our advocacy efforts that address the concerns and opportunities for our families.
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SER of Westchester serves the community by preparing children, youth and adults for the workforce. Priority is given to promoting English literacy skills, academic enhancement, job training, life skills and acculturation support with special emphasis on the needs…
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Earlier this week marked the kicked off of the new school year for the Comcast Internet Essentials program, the largest and most comprehensive broadband adoption effort for low-income families in the U.S. The program has now connected more than six million low-income individuals to the Internet at home, most for the very first time.

Support SER by starting your shopping at AmazonSmile. AmazonSmile will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases to help fund our programs, including our STEM year-round program.
SER and Project S.O.Y. (a SER Affiliate) working together to make a difference!
DONATE—Share the World of Opportunity. When you donate to SER National, you’re making an investment in someone’s future and that’s priceless.
FIND AN AFFILIATESER National’s affiliate network is extensive and here to serve you. Please use the map below to find one of many affiliate organizations around the country to help you.
FIND A PROGRAM—SER National is a private nonprofit corporation that helps Hispanics and other underserved people achieve economic freedom and self-sufficiency.



SER Rhode Island – Helping Rhode Islanders get back to work

SER Rhode Island – Helping Rhode Islanders get back to work

SER Rhode Island provides literacy and job training services for economically disadvantaged Rhode Islanders so that they may improve their quality of life.



Specialized Work Services
We help unemployed parents return to work through job search/coaching, transitional job placement, on-the-job training and a variety of other services and supports that help the parents gain new skills and work experience and ultimately, competitive employment.  [Funded with a grant from the RI Department of Human Services] 


Youth Work Experience 

This summer program exposes youth to the world of work through classroom and hands-on work experience at local businesses. [Funded through the RI Department of Labor and Training, and the RI Department of Human Services] 


Ex-Offender/Re-Entry Services 

Working closely with probation and parole, this program assists those recently released from prison in finding and retaining employment. [Funded through SER Jobs for Progress, Inc.]

SER Rhode Island


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Florida’s Leading Providers of Workforce Development Services

Florida’s Leading Providers of Workforce Development Services

SER-Jobs for Progress is one of Florida’s leading providers of workforce development services. 

Founded in 1978 in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami, the organization’s area of service has stretched from Lake Okeechobee to the Florida Keys, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Everglades. 

The organization primarily offers outsourcing services to state and local governments.


Mission Statement
ER-Jobs for Progress is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to enabling individuals and families to become self-sufficient through education, workforce development and employment.


Our Programs

Our board and staff strive to provide the best programming responding to the needs of the communities that we serve.

The Center was the first of its kind in southeastern Florida. The center provides a variety of services to anyone in need including some targeted populations. On a typical year, the center helps over 10,000 job seekers look for employment.


North Miami Beach One-Stop Career Center
The Center was the first of its kind in southeastern Florida. The center provides a variety of services to anyone in need including some targeted populations. On a typical year, the center helps over 10,000 job seekers look for employment.


Advanced Technical Centers
ATC is the education division of SER. Located inside SER’s main facility in Miami Springs, the institution educates over 200 students annually.


Senior Community Service Employment Program
The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is a community service and work based training program serving 200 older workers per year.

Housing Programs
For over a quarter century, SER has been helping at-risk Youth to remain in school and graduate.  Currently, the program serves Youth in Homestead Senior High.

Centro CHA – Building Strong and Healthy Latino Communities

Centro CHA – Building Strong and Healthy Latino Communities

Centro CHA is a non-profit Hispanic/Latino human and social service agency formed in 1992 and incorporated in 1999. Since 1992, Centro CHA strives to create a record of service that advances and advocates extensively for the well-being of underrepresented, low-income Hispanic children, youth and families in the City of Long Beach. A recognized leader at the local, county and state levels, Centro CHA is a committed grassroots, community-based nonprofit organization that continuously provides quality, necessary and compassionate services to more than 5,000 families from underserved, impoverished Hispanic neighborhoods.


Case Managers with Centro CHS help program participants create a goal-oriented service plan to move toward a better life.


Are you looking to renew your residency status, apply for citizenship, or have any other legal procedure? Centro CHA provides free legal assistance!


Volunteer or learn about Centro CHA’s social initiatives motivating the youth and families of Long Beach to engage and improve their communities.


Accept your past and don’t turn back. Face forward with our workforce development programs and shape your own future.

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