Financial Navigators program, a collaboration of the City of Charlotte, Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund and Common Wealth Charlotte, is offering free phone advice “to help residents navigate critical financial issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic.” More on the one-on-one advice program is here and here.
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Jan. 2: EmpowHERment Inc.’s Back to Zoom Jam aimed at middle and high school students in Charlotte and Clayton County, Ga., 6 p.m. Tickets $0-$12.24 here. Sponsors and donors needed here.
Jan. 5: “Vocabulary: Acquiring words and understanding their meaning,” part of a series on the science of reading, 4 p.m. online webinar. Sponsored by the North Carolina Alliance of Black School Educators and Zaner-Bloser Publishing Co. Register here.
Jan. 21: Mayor’s Mentoring Alliance Awards virtual ceremony, 6-8 p.m. Nomination criteria here. Free tickets for virtual program here.
Jan. 28: “Mobilizing and Organizing in Our Communities,” a virtual town hall forum, 6:30-8:30 p.m.. Sponsored by the North Carolina Alliance of Black School Educators and Zaner-Bloser Publishing Co. Tickets $25 here.
Jan. 28: Rep. Alma Adams’ Virtual State of the District address, 6-7:30 p.m. Register here. Flier here.
Feb. 2: “Comprehension: Understanding connected text – the ultimate goal of reading,” part of a series the science of reading, 4 p.m. virtual webinar. Sponsored by the North Carolina Alliance of Black School Educators and Zaner-Bloser Publishing Co. Register here.
News & Handouts
Center for Community Transitions 12-23
Charlotte Housing & Neighborhood Services 12-23
Congressional Black Caucus 12-28