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[ACCESS-ALL Fwd: Registration Still Open for the National Gang Symposium]

May 25, 2011

Gang Symposium
From: Tracy Dace <tddace>
Date: Wed, May 18, 2011 4:17 pm
To: access-all <ACCESS-ALL>

On June 7–10, 2011, in Orlando, FL, the Office of Juvenile Justice and
Delinquency Prevention will co-sponsor the 2011 National Gang
Symposium, “Progress Through Partnerships.” The symposium is designed
for anyone who works with gang and violence issues, and will feature
more than 70 different workshops, as well as speeches by national gang
experts.

Featured topics include gang prevention in schools, gangs and mental
health, gangs on the Internet, immigrant and Asian gangs, and gang
assessments.

Registration is available online.

Resources:

For more information about the symposium, visit www.gangsymposium.org.

To register, go to www.gangsymposium.org/Registration/Form.

[ACCESS-ALL Fwd: Registration Still Open for the National Gang Symposium]

May 25, 2011

Gang Symposium
From: Tracy Dace <tddace>
Date: Wed, May 18, 2011 4:17 pm
To: access-all <ACCESS-ALL>

On June 7–10, 2011, in Orlando, FL, the Office of Juvenile Justice and
Delinquency Prevention will co-sponsor the 2011 National Gang
Symposium, “Progress Through Partnerships.” The symposium is designed
for anyone who works with gang and violence issues, and will feature
more than 70 different workshops, as well as speeches by national gang
experts.

Featured topics include gang prevention in schools, gangs and mental
health, gangs on the Internet, immigrant and Asian gangs, and gang
assessments.

Registration is available online.

Resources:

For more information about the symposium, visit www.gangsymposium.org.

To register, go to www.gangsymposium.org/Registration/Form.

ALERT !!! TUESDAY CHAMPAIGN CITY COUNCIL MEETING

May 10, 2011

The City Manager of Champaign released his budget message today and it has a significant development that is harmful to our community.

The City Manager has proposed $250,000 transfer of funds from the Urban Renewal Fund that will have a significant impact on the Bristol Park Neighborhood Redevelopment Plan. I urge you to get a copy of the report online from the City’s website. It can be found in the Council agenda section.

We must mobilize to prevent this from happening. I have identified other sources of funds that are readily available that will not have an impact on the community at all.

As well this is a further demonstration of the City Manager’s hostility to our community. when there are over $14 million in unrestricted funds that are available and he chooses to raid the Urban Renewal Fund and impact Bristol Park. We must open our eyes to the hostility of the City Manager to our community and demonstrate our displeasure of this assault on our community.

WE CANNOT LET THIS GO UNCHALLENGED !!!

In addition the City Manager has appointed Teri Legner to oversee the City’s effort in the UC2B project. This woman has historically been hostile to minority firms and initiatives under her control including zero utilization of minority firms in the administration of an energy grant and no inclusion of workforce development for our community in that energy grant she oversaw. She lives in Mahomet, has no relatonship I am aware of in our community and is a insensative choice at best to our community in this very important project.

We must mobilize quickly to stop these harmful actions to our community. “… but I hope we can have a large contingent in the council chambers Tuesday night to fight against this assault on Bristol Park Redevelopment.

Craig Walker

Press Briefing News Release Budget 11.05.06 FINAL.pdf

Field Support Specialist Job Posting From ISU-IDCFS Partnership

April 12, 2011

Subject: FW: Field Support Specialist Job Posting From ISU-IDCFS
Partnership
From: “Gulbrandson, Heidi” <Heidi.Gulbrandson@illinois.gov&gt;
Date: Mon, March 28, 2011 8:32 am

From: Kathryn Conley Wehrmann [mailto:kcwehrm]
Sent: Tuesday, March 22, 2011 12:14 PM
Cc: Judith Sevel; Whittington-Eskridge, Monico
Subject: Field Support Specialist Job Posting From ISU-IDCFS Partnership

Hi there–I am writing to you because your past and present work with our School of Social Work’s Field education Program. We would like to get the word out on a partnership we are involved in with the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services to support the implementation of Illinois’ model of Family-Centered, Trauma-Informed, Strength-Based (FTS) Practice. ISU will be hiring 5.5 Field Support Specialists to work in the Bloomington-Normal, Springfield, QuadCities and Peoria area. Applicants will need to have relevant child welfare experience and an LCSW or LCPC (or be able to obtain within one year). Field support specialists will be working in public and private child welfare offices in the previously mentioned areas. Please click on the direct link below to go to the official ob posting.
If you have any questions please email me. In the meantime–please circulate this email to anyone you might know who would be interested in these positions. Many thanks, Kathy

www.jobs.ilstu.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=58662

[ACCESS-ALL Children’s Mental Health Week Art and Poetry Competition]

April 12, 2011

Please pass along to local middle school and high school students

Jonte’ Rollins, B. S.

ACCESS Initiative-Social Marketing and Communications Coordinator
Office: (217) 819-3537, ext 2195
Cell: (217) 372-6647

Art-Poetry competition flyer-final.pdf

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