Project News | October 14, 2021

October 14, 2021
Project News October 14

MENTOR California MENTOR California is hosting its first-ever statewide conference on Thursday, October 28, between 9:00am and 3:00pm. COME TOGETHER 2021 – Exploring and Amplifying the need for Diversity, Connection and Science in Mentoring is a free virtual conference put on in partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of California. Speakers will include state senators, authors, MENTOR CEO David Shapiro, and more. […]

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Project News | September 30, 2021

September 30, 2021
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The Press Forward: Supporting Women in the Workplace McKinsey & Company, in partnership with, recently published their 2021 Women in the Workplace report. Our project partner, The Press Forward, gathered news organizations to ensure voices across all industries were represented in this study. The report finds that a year and a half into the pandemic “women have made important […]

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Project News | September 9, 2021

September 9, 2021
Project News | September 9, 2021

El/La Para Translatinas: Save the Date! Join El/La Para Translatinas on Friday, Oct. 8, between 6:00 and 8:00pm on Facebook Live for a celebration of their fifteen years serving the community. The event, “El/La: Poderosas, Libres y Hermosas QuinceañEl/La: Poderosas, Libres y Hermosas / Powerful, Free & Beautiful,” will be raising funds to support the […]

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Project News | August 26, 2021

August 26, 2021
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Vision Zero Network: Putting Pedestrian Safety First Vision Zero Network held a webinar, “Changing Deadly Streets: Learn the Facts in Prioritizing Safety for People Walking”, on August 12. Dr. Robert Schneider, Associate Professor of Urban Planning at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Dr. Rebecca Sanders, Founder and Principal Investigator Safe Streets Research & Consulting, LLC; and Seleta Reynolds, General Manager […]

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Project News | August 12, 2021

August 12, 2021
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The Council for Global Equality: August Edition of Global Equality Today The Council for Global Equality (TCGE) just published the August issue of Global Equality Today, its newsletter intended to keep everyone informed on LBGTQI news.  TCGE is working closely with the Biden administration to ensure leadership is on board with the advancement of equality for the LBGTQI […]

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Project News | July 29, 2021

July 29, 2021
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The Carpentries: Introducing The Carpentries Director of Community, Alycia Crall The Carpentries is excited to welcome their new Director of Community, Alycia Crall. Alycia has extensive experience serving diverse communities. Most recently, she was at the National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON, an organization that collects and provides environmental data to advance the field of ecology) where […]

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Project News | July 15, 2021

July 15, 2021
Project News for July 15 2021

Mission Science Workshop: Exciting News! Despite making the shift to virtual classes during the 2020 school years, Mission Science Workshop (MSW) managed to reach more than 7000 students through approximately 720 online classes. Exploding homemade bath bombs, painting with kitchen spices, and experimenting with static electricity are examples of experiments that were conducted during the virtual classes. […]

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Project News | July 1, 2021

July 1, 2021
Project News for July 1, 2021

North American Primate Sanctuary Alliance: Six Chimpanzees Taken to New Home in Washington State The North American Primate Sanctuary Alliance helped re-home six chimpanzees that were abandoned when a Sylmar, CA, sanctuary, Wildlife Waystation, closed in 2019. Their new, happier home, where they will live out the rest of their lives, is located in ­­­the Cascade Mountains of […]

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Project News | June 17, 2021

June 17, 2021
Project News | June 17, 2021

Project Homeless Connect: Managed Homeless Camping Facility Coming To Hillsboro in June Project Homeless Connect will supervise Hillsboro, Oregon’s first-ever managed camping facility for unhoused people on city-owned property. The camp, located on the outskirts of Hillsboro, is expected to open in mid-June and remain open until winter shelters are available. At the camp, thirty residents will […]

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Project News | June 3, 2021

June 3, 2021
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Black Funders Network: 1st Anniversary Celebration Watch Black Funders Network of the Bay Area’s (BFN) four-minute video celebrating their first anniversary. (You can catch glimpses of Community Initiatives’ President & CEO, Ruth Williams, and board member, Steve Barton, in the video.) BFN’s goal is to foster “an aligned support network of Bay Area Black philanthropic professionals to connect, align, and […]

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