EMPLOYMENT WORKSHOP: Strengthen Your Conflict Resolutions Skills!
New Year/New Career … or do you excel at your current one? Are you finding yourself involved in altercations with coworkers and/or supervisors? Are you coachable? Come and learn the skills you need to handle these situations in a positive way! Join Solid Ground’s Homelessness Prevention Programs for an amazing FREE Soft Skills Workshop with interactive participation in a positive learning atmosphere – facilitated by Conflict Resolution Specialist Jada Berteaux. Learn more>
Date: Saturday, February 24, 2018
Time: 10 am – 2 pm
Location: Harambee Church (316 S 3rd St, Renton, WA 98057)
You’ll enjoy… A light breakfast ⇒ A hot lunch ⇒ Prizes & giveaways! ⇒ Gift bags ⇒ … And more!!
To RSVP or for more information, contact Celestine Berrysmith at 206.694.6808 or Celestineb@solid-ground.org.
WORKSHOP: Credit 101
Join Northwest Access Fund’s financial coach for a Credit Workshop !
What you’ll learn:
- How to read your credit report
- How to improve your score
- Strategies for protecting your identity online
- How to choose and use a credit card
Date: Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Time: 10:00—11:30 AM
Location: Northwest Access Fund Training Room, 1437 South Jackson Street (bottom floor), Seattle
Accessibility: The building is wheelchair accessible.
Anyone may attend, but we especially encourage people with disabilities and their friends and family to participate. Snacks will be provided!
Email email@example.com if you will need any accommodations to participate in the workshop.
Register for the workshop here>
You may also register over the phone by calling 206-328-5116
The YWCA’s series of financial education classes, Money Mechanics offers Free financial workshops for anyone who feels like their finances could use a ‘tune-up’, and specifically for anyone who is unemployed, currently or recently homeless, or just tired of getting their tax refund and weeks later wondering, “just where did that money go”?
Food, child care provided free on site! Transportation assistance is available.
Classes focus on:
• Unmasking the mysteries of credit
• Debt management
• Budgeting and banking
• Goal setting
• Saving and investing
For more information or to register, contact Constance at 206.496.9028, 425. 264.1416 and/or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
United Way of King County Community Resource Exchange
The Community Resource Exchange is an event that unites caring people, businesses and nonprofits who want to see homelessness solved for every person who spends sleepless nights outside alone.
Date: March 20, 2018
Location: CenturyLink Field Event Center – East Hall, Seattle
El Centro de la Raza – Free Bilingual Legal Clinics
On the second Wednesday of every month from January to November, El Centro de la Raza will be hosting free bilingual legal clinics with volunteer attorneys from the Law Office of Schroeter, Goldmark & Bender and the Latina/o Bar Association of Washington. Sign up for consultations is on a first-come, first-served basis and will open at 4 PM. To learn more>
Dates: January-November 2018 (2nd Wednesday of every month from January to November)
Time: 6-8 PM
Location: El Centro de la Raza, Seattle
SPREAD THE WORD!
Did you know that one in five eligible taxpayers aren’t claiming the EITC? In King County, 41% of people who claim the EITC go to a paid preparer!
If you make less than $66,000, United Way of King County will help you prepare and file your taxes for FREE. Now through April 19, 2018, they’ll have free tax experts at 30 locations, ready to help you maximize your refund. No appointment is needed. A list of tax sites locations and what to bring can be downloaded here>. Learn more>
The 6th Annual Veterans Resource Fair
Date: Saturday, April 28, 2018
Time: 9 am to 3 pm
Location: Tacoma Dome, 2727 East D Street, Tacoma
Nine9Line Veteran Services has devoted and dedicated this event to the continued mission of empowerment for our nation’s Veterans, Active Duty service members, National Guard, Reservists and their families.
Six years of service has resulted in over 12,000 Veterans and their families served:
- 2,500 Veterans housed
- 4,000 received medical & dental services
- 3,200 received referral service or on-site service support
- 2,000 Veterans filed for benefits and connected with benefit services
- 300 connected with beneficiary & spousal support and education programs
- (Over 16,000 Lbs of gear given out to their homeless and at risk)