QUINSIGAMOND COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Gateway to College Open House
Wednesday, October 22
11 AM – 2 PM
005 Surprenant Building
Please visit us during our Open House anytime between 11 AM and 2 PM to learn more about the Gateway to College program at Quinsigamond Community College.
Staff and current Gateway to College students will be on hand to provide information, share their experiences as well as answer questions about the program.
Parking is available in the QCC upper parking lots.
If you have any questions, please email Marci Skillings, Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Light refreshments will be served.
From SMOC – 237 Chandler Street
Job training and placement programs!
We are currently recruiting for our FREE classes beginning in the next couple of weeks.
Session 1 of our Retail Sales Training program started October 6. Weatherization Installers program begins October 20.
We still have slots available for both programs!
If you know of anyone who may need immediate access to job training and employment, call (508)756-6330 x6229 or Suzanne Domestico
South Middlesex Opportunity Council, Inc.
237 Chandler St.
Organizing Resources for Social Change & Economic Independence.
The Massachusetts Food Plan!
Help us put one together!
What is the MA Food Plan?
It is both an assessment of and a plan to improve our food system – covering issues such as farming, ending hunger, getting more access to healthy/fresh foods in our communities, composting, improving our soils, processing and distributing food grown in Massachusetts, labor issues regarding the food industry, etc.
Do you eat food? Grow food? Sell food? Cook food?
Then we need your voice!
What is working well for Worcester and Central Massachusetts?
What are our issues?
What do we need for support to make change?
Please RSVP so we can be prepared with enough materials and refreshments! RSVP to Liz Sheehan Castro at email@example.com.
Also, if you have specific translation requests please contact me ASAP.
Liz Sheehan Castro
Worcester Food & Active Living Policy Council
office: 508-757-5631 ex 304