FUTURE WOMEN LEADERS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT
WHAT: A free week-long program to explore careers for women in law enforcement.
WHEN: Application due July 1, 2016. Classes will be held Monday–Saturday, August 15–20, 9am–3pm. Participants are expected to attend all classes.
WHERE: South Seattle College, 6000 16th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98106
WHO: Young women between the ages of 16 and 20. Priority given to those entering the 12th grade during the 2016-2017 school year. Class size limited to 40 students. Students are expected to provide their own transportation. Lunch will be provided.
Email application forms by July 1 to Detective Carrie McNally or mail to:
Seattle Police Department
c/o Recruiting Unit
610 5th Ave
P.O. Box 34986
Seattle, WA 98124
QUESTIONS? Contact: Det. Carrie McNally, 206.615.0390
SHORELINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE JOB SEEKERS’ ROUNDTABLE: Dissecting the Mock Interview
WHEN: Friday, June 17, 1-2:30pm. Beginning Thursday, June 23, roundtables will be on Thursdays, 1–2:30pm, in Room 9202 PUB.
WHERE: Shoreline Community College, Room 5116, Building 5000 (ground floor) 16101 Greenwood Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133. Click here for parking info.
WHAT: We’ll explore the questions a job seeker can count on, along with how to handle surprises – with you as critics. Shoreline CC Career Navigator, Tiffany Lamoreaux, will lead the discussion as we role play a typical interviewing process.Coffee and treats compliments of Central Market. Open to anyone of any age who is job seeking or interested in career change. Would be great to have a few of you on hand for your experience and insights.
QUESTIONS? Ron Carnell, Program Coordinator, Workforce and Continuing Education / Plus 50 Career Builder, Shoreline Community College, 206.533.6706
UTILITY DISCOUNT PROGRAM EXPANDS TO ADD SECTION 8 CUSTOMERS
SHA and Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) (Formally Section 8) tenants will be automatically enrolled in the Seattle Utility Discount Program starting August 1, 2016. SHA and HCV tenants will not need to do anything to be enrolled to receive the discount as this is an automatic process.
After initial notification, tenants may choose not to participate by returning a “No Thank You” form sent with the letter or by contacting Seattle City Light. As long as the tenant continues to live in the same housing, and their declared income with Seattle Housing Authority is within the income requirements for the Utility Discount Program, they will continue to be enrolled on the program.
QUESTIONS? Contact Chaney Kilpatrick-Goodwill at 206.684.3191
WASHINGTON WOMEN IN NEED (WWIN) GRANT PROGRAMS
Washington Women in Need makes financial grants to low-income women in Washington state who are ready for transformational change in two categories: Education and Health Care. We believe in the power of determined women to transform their lives and the course of their families’ lives for generations to come. We address a deep need in society, providing women a hand up to improve their futures, in turn, strengthening their families and our societies as a whole.
To apply for a grant, an applicant must meet all eligibility criteria and have financial need.
Education Grants remove a financial barrier to low-income women seeking higher education. Grantees receive a one-time Grant to pay for tuition, mandatory fees, and required books and supplies at the approved, accredited Washington college or university of their choice.
WWIN has two Education Grant cycles: one in the late spring/early summer (to fund students beginning in the fall term), and one in the fall (to fund students beginning in the winter/spring terms).
HEALTH CARE GAP FUND GRANTS
Health Care Gap Fund Grants cover the costs of the following services for women who have Apple Health or Medicare insurance coverage. Grantees receive a one-time grant to use with the health care provider of their choice for:
- Dental crowns and bridges, and root canals on permanent bicuspid and molar teeth
- Glasses and contact lenses
- In some cases, health care provider access issues, and for reasons such as availability, geography, or language barriers (including for mental health care provider access issues)
For a Health Care Gap Fund Grant, an applicant must be in need of one or more of the specified services listed above. WWIN accepts applications for Health Care Gap Fund Grants on a rolling basis and selects new grantees monthly.
QUESTIONS? Contact Washington Women in Need at 425-451-8838, option 9. Or visit http://wwin.org/grants-program/.
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