SER Metro-Detroit: Pennsylvania CareerLink

SER Metro-Detroit: Pennsylvania CareerLink

Pennsylvania CareerLink is just one example of the services provided by SER Metro-Detroit, a SER Affiliate that has grown from a small community resource serving Southwest Detroit residents in 1971 to a multi-service, multi-state corporation serving as a direct link...

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CENTRO CHA – Long Beach, CA

CENTRO CHA – Long Beach, CA

Latinos make up 44.5 percent of the population in Long Beach, Calif., making it the city’s largest demographic but also one of the poorest. Latinos in Long Beach work mainly in service and manual labor jobs and many do not have health insurance, according to the...

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SERJobs Houston

SERJobs Houston

After the long-term ramifications in the Houston area brought on by Hurricane Harvey in 2017, SERJobs continued to move forward successfully in 2018 with a new location, new executive director, and expanded geographical reach and services. SERJobs supports, trains,...

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LULAC Welcomes Return Of Government Workers

LULAC Welcomes Return Of Government Workers

Nation’s Largest & Oldest Civil Rights Organization Says DACA Recipients And TPS Holders Deserve Action Now Too! Washington, DC - - One day after his historic meeting in the White House, Domingo Garcia, National President for the League of United Latin American...

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La Alianza Hispana

La Alianza Hispana

La Alianza Hispana is community based organization providing culturally and linguistically appropriate health and education programs to the Latino Community of Greater Boston. Founded in 1971, La Alianza Hispana has become the starting point for over 2,000 Latinos...

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El Sol NEC

El Sol NEC

Since 1991, El Sol NEC has continuously reached out to community members in both Riverside and San Bernardino County through its various programs. All programs and services offered through El Sol NEC are provided at no-cost. As of right now, the programs below are the...

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Centro Latino de San Francisco Inc.

Centro Latino de San Francisco Inc.

Centro Latino de San Francisco (CLSF) is a 501(c) non-profit and community-based organization owned and operated by the Latino Community, primarily serving the elderly, and adults with disabilities. Incorporated in 1986 and located in the heart of the Mission District...

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Los Sures – Southside United HDFC

Los Sures – Southside United HDFC

Mission To nurture and sustain a vibrant neighborhood that supports the diverse family life of Williamsburg by advocating for and developing affordable housing, family health and well-being, and equal opportunity for all. History On June 1972, with minimal staff and a...

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SER – Central States’ Programs

SER – Central States’ Programs

WIOA Programs   Youth Empowered to Succeed (YES!) is SER’s comprehensive initiative to fully develop the potential of youth, ages 16 to 24, which are at risk of not transitioning educationally and emotionally successfully into adulthood. SER targets youth from...

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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 facebook.com/pages/creation/ and select “Business or Brand.” Then, you’ll add your page name and the category (Nonprofit Organization)....

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SER Newsletter August 2018

SER Newsletter August 2018

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 rschwan@ser-national.org. Learn More... AFFILIATE NEWS...

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Centro Latino

Centro Latino

Who we are Welcome to Centro Latino! We are 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...

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Latino Educational Fund

Latino Educational Fund

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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