Where: Pioneer Works 159 Pioneer St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
John Lucas and Claudia Rankine Stamped Opens this Friday:
In Stamped, filmmaker and photographer John Lucas and writer Claudia Rankine have collaboratively captured photographs of dyed blonde hair, as seen on the heads of strangers and acquaintances. These images—zoomed in and cropped—are framed as still images and also transposed onto real postage stamps. The stamp, a form of currency with inherent mobility, becomes a metaphor for questioning: What do we attribute to blondness? Where do we think it will take us? These questions are implicated in recorded conversations between Rankine and the individuals that she encounters, which play throughout the gallery space. Meanwhile, a video installation by Lucas depicts cascading strands of hair.
Are you a 21-30 year old Red Hook resident with a strong desire to advance your career in non-profit work?
Do you want to become a leader in youth development and community building fields?
Work 20 hours per week at $15.00 per hour
Free certifications to support your next career move
Have a built in support team and mentors to grow your professional network
21-30 years old
From Red Hook (currently living in Red Hook or lived here previously)
Have at least one year of work experience
Have an HSE or HS diploma (or willing to actively work towards it during the program)
Be interested in working at no-profits and in a team-oriented environment
To apply: contact email@example.com Applications are dur Friday, August 10th, 2018.
If you would like support with your application, join the RHI Fellows Application Clinics: Monday, July 23rd, 2018 from 6-7pm or Wednesday, August 8th, 3:30pm -4:30pm
Digital Stewards @ VStudio is a small business incubator where members get paid to learn digital career skills. Members learn on the job as they create and deliver products and services to clients. Hiring is ongoing for eager young adults, 18 - 24 years old, who want hands on experience and fast paced learning. No prior experience necessary. All interested apply:
Please follow the link for the job descriptions: Digital Stewards
Citi Bike is looking for talented, outgoing and high-energy people to be part of our Street Team. We are sharing this with the PAR Team but we think this should go out to as much of our network as possible.
The Street Team will assist with community outreach, organizing activities around biking and promoting our Citi Bike for All program; a discount program for New York City Housing Authority Residents (NYCHA) and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). As a Street Team Member, you will help make connections with different communities, representing Citi Bike at assigned events and locations which could include Citi Bike stations and local organizations throughout New York City.
Here is the link to the job description and application
. The Street Team will work 20hrs a week and the pay rate is $15 plus commission.
They are trying to fill slots by August.
Where: Red Hook Library 7 Wolcott St Brooklyn, NY 11231
Summer is in full swing here at the Brooklyn Public Library Adult Learning Centers! Our classes are rolling and always accepting new students for Adult Basic Education, pre-HSE, HSE, TASC-prep and ESOL. If you would like to refer anyone to our programs please have them attend a screening: bklynlib.org/HSE (or see the attached flyer!)
We are also holding a Mental Health First Aid Certification Training at the Bedford Library Adult Learning Center on Friday August 3rd - which we would love for you to attend! MHFA is a day-long training that teaches the skills needed to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental health and substance abuse challenges and crises. We think this training will be a great opportunity to learn about ways to better support our community residents. This training is open to everyone, including client and students.
Kids Bible Lesson, Arts, Games, Snacks etc. Hosted by Redemption Church. Redemption Church Red Hook will be hosting its 3rd Annual VBS in the Park on July 17-19th @6pm in Coffey Park. Bring out your kids, your neighbors kids, your family kids and every kid you know in the community. This 3-Day Vacation Bible School (VBS) will have Bible Lessons, Games, Arts, Snacks and a Special Ceremony for all participants and their families. Here is a great way to connect with other families as well a build community. Hope to see you there!!!
The Program Coordinator reports to the Director of Programs and works closely with the Workforce
Training Program Instructors and the Construction Department. Primary responsibilities include:
• Manage outreach and intake processes to ensure that eligible participants are successfully
enrolled in the program.
• Process applications and verify that applicants meet the eligibility criteria; keep applicants
informed regarding the status of their application.
• Schedule and conduct screening interviews and math tests; take notes during panel-style
interviews and correct exams
• Develop program materials, maintain relationships with nonprofit partners, and represent the
organization at community meetings.
• Research and conduct outreach to new community partners and meet with them regularly to
maintain an ongoing list of relevant resources and ensure successful program referrals.
• Analyze data and make recommendations on the program’s outreach and intake processes to
ensure the success of applicants in our program and subsequent job placements.
• Coordinate with the Workforce Training Program team to manage the training calendar,
schedule classroom activities, and provide administrative support to the Instructors, including
preparing materials for day one and graduation.
• Track participant attendance and draft dismissal, attendance, and disciplinary letters as
• Order program supplies and enter them into our inventory system.
• Write and send out a bimonthly workforce training program newsletter to update graduates on
upcoming opportunities in the construction field.
• Garner resources for the organization and participate in fundraising activities as needed.
• Commitment to the economic stability of low-income New York City residents.
• Excellent written and verbal skills
• Ability to communicate in clear and encouraging language with a diverse community and staff
• Close attention to detail
• Ability to work collaboratively and independently
• Organized and adept at multi-tasking
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Comfortability speaking publicly and presenting to large groups
• Commitment to professional ethics in working with confidential, sensitive information
• Experience working in the nonprofit sector, preferably in an organization focused on workforce
• Familiarity with Salesforce preferred
When: Mon & Tue at 3:00 pm, from July 9, 2018 until July 10, 2018
Girls Who Code, When Mon, July 9, 3pm – 5pm Where Red Hook Library, 7 Wolcott St, Brooklyn, NY 11231, USA
3. Tech Time When Mon, July 9 to 13, 3:30pm – 4:30pm Where Red Hook Library, 7 Wolcott St, Brooklyn, NY 11231, USA Description Tech Time - Play Fortnight, PS4, XBox, and more.
4. Family Zumba When Tue, July 10, 4pm – 5pm Where Red Hook Library, 7 Wolcott St, Brooklyn, NY 11231
We are looking for a quick study/ fast learner who is interested in the welding industry. Any retail, sales or welding experience is a plus but will train extensively in all areas with the right candidate. We are looking for professional customer service, a detailed oriented individual that is self-reliant.
Job responsibilities include:
Customer Service/Inside Sales (Assisting Store Manager)
Assisting with daily sales transactions
Processing and maintaining inventory control
Merchandising store products
Customer service in store and on the phone
Dock Assistant (Assisting Dock Manager)
· Customer service with cylinders exchange
· Loading and unloading cylinders on delivery trucks
· Assisting in inventory management
Hours are 7:30 am- 4:30 pm with one hour for lunch. Pay starts at $14.00 per hour while training (approx. 3-6 months) Benefits include, healthcare, 401K, paid life insurance, paid holiday, vacation and sick days. To inquire more about the position, please contact Michael Lopez at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the Red Hook Flicks series, see movies on the water and under the watch of Lady Liberty. Presented by Pioneer Works and in association with Red Hook Community Justice Center.
The film schedule runs every Tuesday night from July 10 to August 28 on Valentino Pier in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Please bring a low chair or blanket.
July 10: Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle
July 17: Creed
July 24: Captain Underpants
July 31: Roadhouse
August 7: Hairspray (1988)
August 14: Silence of the Lambs
August 21: Coco
August 28: Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
The Alex House Project (AHP) is a 501 (c3) nonprofit, peer-led social service and leadership development organization that supports pregnant and parenting young mothers who reside in economically depressed neighborhoods in New York City.
The Alex House Project and Sauce Restaurant are teaming up to celebrate the Alex House's 5th Year Anniversary! The restaurant will donate a portion of the overall sales to the Alex House Project. Please be sure to reserve your table by contacting them at 212-420-7700. When you call, please be sure to say "I'm dining in support of the Alex House Project".
We are celebrating our 5th year anniversary all year long.