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Welcome to Sacramento's BHC Announcement page. Below is a chronological listing of all South Sacramento posts, with the most recent at the top. To find a particular announcement or file, simply enter your keyword or key phrase in the Search this Site field at the top of any page.

If you would like to contribute to BHCConnect's Sacramento BHC announcements,
please contact our Hub Coordinator, Alberto Mercado.




Alchemist Community Development Corporation is hiring...

posted Oct 23, 2014, 8:45 AM by Alberto Mercado




Alchemist Community Development Corporation (Alchemist CDC)

Is looking to hire for the following positions:

Program and Fund Development Manager: Take the lead in developing and implementing a strategy to increase unrestricted funds through individual and corporate contributions and other non-program-grant funding strategies (including reaching out to, and building relationships with, potential new and existing/past donors.Assist with the development and implementation of resource development annual plans, in order to sustain and increase annual charitable giving to the organization and its programs. Other duties may be assigned. Reporting to the Executive Director.

Galt Farmers' Market EBT Associate: Ensure compliance with Federal guidelines for accepting CalFresh. Staff CalFresh scrip distribution table at Galt farmers' markets each week. Promote program to farmer vendors at markets.

Inform customers about CalFresh eligibility and application guidelines. As position grows, there may be opportunities to expand into additional program work, such as assisting with community outreach or attending community events.

For more information please see attached Job Descriptions below.

We are hiring...

posted Sep 4, 2014, 8:38 AM by Alberto Mercado


Asian Resources, Inc. has an opening for a part-time HUB Administrative Assistant. The BHC Administrative Assistant provides administrative, logistical, and programmatic support for the Sacramento Building Healthy Communities’ (BHC) Hub office, Work Groups, and Community events. This position reports to the Sacramento BHC Director and works in very close collaboration with all other team members. This is a part time position, requiring flexible hours as some meeting and activities occur outside of normal office hours, on weekends, and in various location.

This position requires a detail oriented and highly organized skills set, coupled with the ability to initiate and follow through on projects. Additionally, the ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously with a keen awareness of priorities are essential.


For more information and how to apply please see attached PDF below.


Open House: In-Store Promotions and Sampling Events

posted Jul 16, 2014, 2:09 PM by Alberto Mercado

Tallgrass Talent Group is holding an open house for those interested in joining our team and hosting In-Store Promotions and Sampling Events. We will be conducting face to face interviews, answering questions and assisting people with their applications.

We are in need of multiple demonstrators, so be sure to bring your friends and/or family who are also interested in doing In-Store Promotions.

Open House Information:

Date: 7/18

Time: 9-12PM

Location: La Familia Counseling Center

5523 34th St, Sacramento CA 95820

To RSVP or for more information, e-mail chris.hurlbert@tallgrasstalentgroup.com

As an in-store demonstrator, you serve as a "brand ambassador" -- demonstrating foods, electronics and general merchandise products to shoppers.

 Part Time, Weekend Work, $60-$72 per Event

Sacramento BHC 4th Annual Celebration...

posted Jul 16, 2014, 8:56 AM by Alberto Mercado


Sacramento BHC wants to invite you to Join us for our 4th Annual Sacramento Building Healthy Celebration.

Come join us at Rainbow Park and the 41st Avenue Community Center located at Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. and 41st Avenue
This event is open to the whole community.

We will have FREE Food, raffle prizes, games for the kids, arts and crafts and music.

We will also be joined by Ubuntu Green as they will be presenting the Building Healthy Communities Charrette.

A Charrette is a multi-day public planning process that collects a lot of public input in a short amount of time. A team of designers and experts generate plans in real time based on input received from the community. A Charrette is unique because it provide timely opportunities for feedback and revisions, and concludes with a final product.


For more information please see flyers below....



La Familia Counseling Center, Inc. Presents: Kids Summer Day Camp

posted Jun 19, 2014, 9:35 AM by Alberto Mercado


KIDS SUMMER DAY CAMP

FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH  6-18 YEARS OLD

TWO SESSIONS:  
First session:  June 23rd — July 18th   
Second session:  July 21st — August 15th
11:30pm — 2:45pm (lunch begins at  11:30am)
(Children under 6 years old may came for lunch but must be accompanied by an adult)

Parents sign kids AT THE DOOR Drop - ins welcome
You can drop-off your children at 11:30am and pick them up at 2:45pm


For more information please, call Juana or Windy  (916) 452-3601

Sacramento BMoC Summit Applications

posted Jun 2, 2014, 2:10 PM by Alberto Mercado   [ updated Jun 2, 2014, 2:11 PM ]


Becoming Men of Change

3rd Annual Sacramento BMoC Summit- June 26th, 2014
Sacramento State University Ballroom, 8am-5pm

Here you will find the applications for youth to participate and also for mentors.


County Candidates Forum on Health and Housing for All

posted May 14, 2014, 9:17 AM by Alberto Mercado


A County Candidates Forum

on Health and Housing for All

 

Since 2009, Sacramento County has been making drastic cuts to county services and safety-net.  Now, we will finally have access to funds that could to help revitalize these vital programs.  On Thursday, May 22nd communities from across Sacramento will come together and ask candidates for county supervisor to prioritize health, social services, and housing.  We will ask them to make commitments on our priorities such as:

 

Health and Social Services for Undocumented Immigrants

Mixed Use and Transitional Housing

Mental Health

Health Service Navigation

 

Confirmed Candidate Guests: Patrick Kennedy and Jrmar Jefferson, with remarks from Supervisor Don Nottoli.

 

What questions to do you want to pose to the County Supervisor Candidates?  Email annie@sacact.org with your suggestion.

 

Thursday, May 22nd, 6:30pm at Congregation B’nai Israel 3600 Riverside Blvd, Sacramento, CA 95818

Childcare will be provided.

Boys & Men of Color Sacramento Present: Becoming Men of Change 3rd Annual BMoC Summit

posted Apr 30, 2014, 3:18 PM by Alberto Mercado



Becoming Men of Change

A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.” -Marcus Garvey

3rd Annual BMoC Summit- June 26th, 2014 Sacramento State University Ballroom, 8am-5pm 


A FREE full day event focused on galvanizing community power and inspiring youth action! The purpose of the summit is to create system change by mobilizing young people and inspire dialogue between youth activists and local leaders regarding the development of a community action plan to improve health, safety and educational outcomes for Boys and Men of Color in the Sacramento area. At the end of the Summit participants will be encouraged to participate in in goi8ng BMoC activities and events.


If you want to participate as a  Youth Participants; Volunteer; Youth Mentor or a run a workshop you can submit an application attached below.



 

Sacramento Enterntaiment & Sports Complex: Priority Apprenticeship Program

posted Apr 15, 2014, 8:42 AM by Alberto Mercado

The Sacramento Kings have launched a new program to create career opportunities for low-income and disadvantaged individuals  in the construction of the new downtown entertainment and sports complex (ESC).  Through the program, the Kings and our partners will recruit, train and deploy at least  70 “Priority Apprentices” to help build the ESC.  To qualify for the program, an individual must meet the criteria as either a “Priority Worker” or live in a “Priority Zip Code”:

 

For more information and to see a list of the zip codes please see attached Flyer or call

Call the Arena Jobs Hotline (916) 274-1019

Visit one of the following SETA/Sacramento Works Centers for a referral to a union approved pre-apprentice and/or apprentice program.

Health Education Council Presents: Let your Voice be Heard.

posted Apr 14, 2014, 9:38 AM by Alberto Mercado   [ updated Apr 14, 2014, 9:39 AM ]



The Health Education Council is looking for  Latino Oak Park residents to get together and talk about what is missing in their area, what they’d like to see, resources, info, etc. If you know of any residents in that area that would be interested in participating please direct them to the information on the flyer. Those who will participate will get a $25 gift card and a chance to win a $50 Walmart gift card.

See PDF flyer below.

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