JobTrain-Work Experience Program - December 31, 2017
The work experience program is a year-round program which matches 17-24 year olds interested in starting out their careers with temporary and paid hands on experience. The goal is to assist young adults in developing their professional skills. In addition, the individual would make a resume, practice interviewing, participate in professional development workshops, and subsequently build the confidence and skills necessary for future employment.No Wait-list. Call Nicole at 650-330-6474 to Participate today! Go here for more information.
US 11 Antique Alley - May 18, 2017
Always the four-day weekend (Thursday-Sunday) after Mother's Day in May, May 18-21, 2017, a 502-mile festive roadside sale will be held on U.S. Highway 11 from Meridian, Mississippi through Birmingham, Alabama, and towns in Dade County, Georgia, then Chattanooga, Tennessee, to Knoxville, Tennessee, and on to Bristol, Virginia. Go here for more information.
US Memory Tournament @eBay Main Street - April 15, 2017
The most exciting & challenging type of brain competition today!
On April 15, students, professionals, memory amateurs, and memory record holders from all over the country will come together in San Jose for a fun and educational experience that includes brain-training workshops & friendly competition. There will be five events in the game, prizes, and the winner will be ranked internationally!
This event is FREE to the public!
Register to Reserve Your Spot *Space is Limited Go here for more information.
USCIS Presents Free Citizenship Workshop - April 12, 2017
Officers from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will present a free 90-minute immigration workshop at the Muslim Community Center on April 12 at 10:30 a.m. It will take place at the
Muslim Community Association
Maryam Banquet Hall
3003 Scott Blvd. in
Santa Clara, CA.This visit is part of a larger USCIS initiative to help immigrants better understand the many services available.
The public is invited, and the officers will be ready to answer their questions about such immigration services as the naturalization process, the test, the rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizenship, petitioning for a relative, reporting immigration scams and much more. A demonstration citizenship interview will be presented. For more information, contact
Sharon Rummery (415)987-0191 Go here for more information.
Stanford Healthy Brain Aging Study - April 03, 2017
Help make a difference by participating in research!
At the Stanford Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, we research different kinds of diseases that affect memory. Our goal is to learn to prevent and cure these diseases as soon as possible. We are looking for people 70 and older with early stage diagnoses of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Lewy Body Disease, or Mild Cognitive Impairment, or healthy volunteers without memory issues. Participants will receive a full examination by world class Stanford neurologists and help us find a cure for memory diseases! Call (650) 498-5903. Go here for more information.
The Community Innovation Series - 3/27/2017 and 3/29/2017 - March 27, 2017
On March 27 and 29, StreetCode Academy will host its first session of
the Community Innovation Series. Prominent members of the Silicon Valley tech community
will discuss a vast array of topics ranging from “what coding languages are next” to
“transforming adversity to advantage.” These tech leaders will also offer mentorship to help
guide students in their end-of-term projects to be debuted at Demo Day on May 19.
Speakers include CEO of Startup Grind, Derek Anderson; former Facebook executive, Regina
Wallace Jones; Co-Founder, Chief Product & Marketing Officer of CareerWaze, Jayati
Sengupta, and more.
The Community Innovation Series is open to the public. You can join on March 27 or 29, from
6:00–7:30 p.m., at 1050 Myrtle street, East Palo Alto, CA. Register at
StreetCode Academy offers free coding and tech-focused classes. Go here for more information.
Pipil Culture & Crafts of El Salvador: Culture and Nature Series #1 - March 25, 2017
Saturday, March 25, 2017, 2-4 p.m.
Cooley Landing Education Center
2100 Bay Road
East Palo Alto, CA 94303
Join us for a journey in time to learn how the Pipil from El Salvador lived and thrived in a rich environment. A people long gone, their history can now only be found in stone and the heart of its descendants. Come and listen to the wisdom of its people through a story of how the 'god' of wind, and 'god' sun created maize. Join us and make an "offering dish" to take home as a symbol of the love of a people towards the land that birthed them.
This event is first in a 3-part Nature & Culture educational program series that highlights diverse cultures and their unique connections with nature! Stay tuned for more.
About the Instructor: Mario Cuellar, Environmental Volunteers
Mario Cuellar has 8+ years of full-time experience in K-12 formal and Informal public programs education in major museums. He currently serves on the board of the Environmental Volunteers (www.EVols.org). Go here for more information.
Know Your Rights Under the New Immigration Policy - March 18, 2017
Attend a Know Your Rights presentation offered at 12 p.m. at the Ecumenical Hunger Program, located at 2411 Pulgas Ave in East Palo Alto. The presentation is offered by El Comité Latino in both English and Spanish. Speakers are trained by the Immigration Legal Resource Center and Community Legal Services. No private information will be collected. Plan for yourself and the family. Go here for more information.
Project WeHOPE Fashion Show Fundraiser "New Beginnings" - March 18, 2017
We invite you to join us on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at the Palo Alto Elks Club located at 4249 El Camino Real, Palo Alto, CA. From 1'pm to 3'pm for a Fashion Show fundraiser benefiting programs to help the homeless receive essential services and get housed.
Go here for more information.
Home Energy Efficiency Workshop - March 07, 2017
This Home Energy Efficiency Workshop is offered by Acterra from 6-8 p.m. at the East Palo Alto YMCA, 550 Bell St., East Palo Alto (map). This program is open to the public and participants should sign up ahead of time so that we know how many to plan for. There will be hands-on instruction of how to install some basic energy-saving devices, and participants will go home with items to install in their own homes. To sign up, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Go here for more information.
Race, Policing, and Public Health Symposium - March 06, 2017
This symposium aims to highlight the important research being done across interdisciplinary fields on race and law enforcement and the public health impact of police violence against minority groups.
Join participants from academia, government, private, and non-profit sectors to generate new modes of thinking about these interconnected issues and to prepare a call to action for funding and research priorities.
Monday, March 6, 2017
8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Li Ka Shing Center, Berg Hall Map
This is a free event, however space is limited and registration is required. Register at Go here for more information.
Ravenswood City School District To Host Immigration and Information Night - March 02, 2017
With the recent surge in immigration actions by federal agencies, the Ravenswood City School District is seeking to provide its community with information and resources. The district seeks to support community through access to resources
What: Immigration Forum
When: March 2, 2017
6- 8 PM
Where: Costano Gym
2695 Fordham Street
East Palo Alto, CA
Who: San Mateo County Sherriff’s Department
East Palo Alto Police Department
Menlo Park Police Department
San Mateo County Health and Human Services Department. Contact: Rolando Bonilla, 415-987-8025, Rolando@Volersa.com
Go here for more information.
Monthly Meeting with Immigration Experts and Others - February 28, 2017
NO DEPORTATIONS! ** KNOW YOUR RIGHTS!
Be well informed on the Federal, State, and Local situation and help your neighbors. East Palo Alto Municipal Center, 2415 University
Representatives include: Immigration Attorneys; Captain Paul Kunkel from
the Sheriff’s Office; Iliana Rodriguez, Director of Human Services Agency, County
of San Mateo; Victoria Tinoco, paralegal, Community Legal Services
The Comité Latino continues recruiting volunteers to be trained as resource persons
to provide information on ‘know your rights’ and immigration developments
(650) 321-4001 Go here for more information.
Celebrate Health, Diversity, and Equity at the San Mateo County Black History Month Health Fair - February 25, 2017
The San Mateo County African American Community Initiative (AACI) is hosting a Health Fair: Mind, Body & Spirit Matters. The event will promote health and wellness and raise awareness about health disparities that impact the African American community. The Mind, Body & Spirit Matters Health Fair will take place on Saturday, February 25, 2017 from 9:00am – 1:00pm at the East Palo Alto Community Church, 2201 University Avenue in East Palo Alto. The keynote speaker at the event is Dr. Mary Bains, a licensed psychotherapist, organizational development psychologist, and longtime provider of community mental health services in the Bay Area. The public is welcome to attend this free event and a soulful lunch will be provided. Participants in the Mind, Body & Spirit Matters Health Fair will get a chance to:
• Learn about health disparities that impact the African American community and what resources are available.
• Create change in the African American community by exploring ways to improve and maintain health.
• Experience the Black Lives Matter Photovoice project, a process where people identify, represent, and enhance their community through photography and sharing their stories. Go here for more information.
Create a Living Art Installation with Native Plants Cooley Landing, East Palo Alto - February 25, 2017
FREE Family Friendly Activity
Saturday February 25, 2017
9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Grassroots Ecology and local artist Linda Gass are collaborating with the community to
create a living land art installation marking the former shoreline of San Francisco Bay.
Who: Volunteers of all ages are welcome! Minors under 18 require a signed waiver and
children 12 require an accompanying adult.
What: Participants will plant native juncus rushes to replace the current temporary land
art installation made of blue plastic survey whiskers. Participants will learn about land art
and how living shorelines can provide habitat, filter toxic water and help protect against
sea level rise at Cooley Landing.Where: Cooley Landing, 2100 Bay Road, East Palo Alto, CA 94303. Meet at the Cooley
Landing Education Center. Parking is limited, please carpool, bike, or walk if possible.Pre-registration is required. See website to register. Go here for more information.
What Would Martin Say About Silicon Valley Today? - February 22, 2017
As part of the Black History Month Speaker Series, Dr. Clayson Carson, the executive director of the King Institute, and Shellye Archambeau, the CEO of MetricStream, will share their ideas on the topic: What Would Martin Say About Silicon Valley Today?" This event in the series takes place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Eastside College Prep High School at 1041 Myrtle Street in East Palo Alto. It's a free event. What would Dr. King say? Go here for more information.