The Bulletin Board is your place to find classes, ongoing programs, job listings, local contests, scholarships, and other opportunities. Events (one time & unique happenings) are also posted on the calendar. You may submit a post to the bulletin board here.
Upcoming opportunities include:
Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA)
Friday, Jan. 8 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Friday, Jan. 29 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Virtual Mental Health First Aid is a two-part, eight-hour class that involves:
- Two-hour, self-paced, online prework on Mental Health First aid topics and brief training on the online Zoom platform, which is used to host the live part of the class.
- Six hour, instructor-lead, live training on Zoom.
Please note that you will need to complete the two-hour prework BEFORE the live portion of the class.
Registration is required. To register, please click on the links below.
Registration is provided on a first come, first served basis.
Who should take it?
Youth MHFA is designed to provide tools and information to increase understanding and strategies to respond to a young person (age 12-18) who may be experiencing symptoms associated with mental illness or substance use. This program is recommended for adults who work with youth as well as parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, peers, neighbors, health and human services workers, and other caring citizens.
The training is being offered free by the Cambridge Health Alliance in collaboration with and made possible through a grant from the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
For more information please see the attached flyer or contact:
BHI Jan 2021 (PDF)
Looking for a way to help in your community? For over 50 years people like you have provided
free tax preparation in their community. VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) offers free tax
help to people with low-to-moderate incomes, seniors, persons with disabilities, those with
limited English proficiency and others who need help preparing their taxes. With many people
experiencing financial changes this year, additional volunteers are needed to provide free
income tax assistance. This volunteer opportunity is remote.
No prior certifications are required, but due to the needs of our community, we prefer (but do
not require) VITA volunteers to be bilingual in English, and preferably, Spanish. All VITA
training will be provided.
Time Commitment: Mid-January to April 15th. Flexible hours.
CORI (background) Check: Required
Language Requirement: We are currently seeking bilingual English and Spanish speakers –
must be FLUENT in both. (We can accept a few English-only speakers, but bilingual volunteers
are the priority)
If you are interested in this opportunity, please:
1. Complete this online form found here- this is required.
2. Email email@example.com if you have any questions.
CONNECT helps people achieve sustainable living wage jobs and financial health and
wellbeing by partnering to provide essential skills, knowledge and social capital in one central
and supportive location. To learn more, visit us at connectnow.org or follow us on Facebook at
The City of Chelsea is offering Down Payment Assistance to income-eligible First Time Home Buyers. Income eligible applicants may seek up to 50% of their required down payment, up to $10,000 in funds. Applicants must have had no homeownership interest in a principal residence during the past 3 years OR be a displaced homemaker or single parent who has only owned a home with a former spouse while married. The program is open to households with an annual household income up to 80% of the Area Median Income. The First Time Home Buyer must be purchasing a condominium, townhome or single-family property in the City of Chelsea. The funding can be used for down payment assistance and customary closing costs.
We are calling on all father’s to join us in Embracing Fatherhood and to learn about “The Basics.”
“The Basics” are five evidence-based parenting and caregiving principles that encompass much of what experts find is important for children from birth to age three. Every child from every background can benefit from routinely experiencing the Basics learning experiences. Therefore, the Boston Basics Campaign is working through a broad range of institutions to ensure that every parent and caregiver is fully supported by family and friends to use the Basics practices in everyday life.
Hosted by Christopher Marroquin, Every Child Ready Parent Champion and Walter Camargo Ramirez, Families First Fellow.
Hacemos un llamado a todos los padres para que se unan a nosotros en Abrazar la paternidad y aprendan sobre “The Basics.”
“The Basics” son cinco principios de crianza y cuidado basados en evidencia científica. Ellos abarcan lo que los expertos encuentran esencial para el desarrollo de infantes desde el nacimiento hasta los tres años. Todos los niños, de todos los orígenes, pueden beneficiar de las experiencias e aprendizajes que les rinde Los Boston Basics. Por lo tanto, la Iniciativa Los Boston Basics está trabajando a través de una amplia gama de instituciones para asegurar que todos los padres y cuidadores sean totalmente apoyados por su familia e amigos para utilizar The Boston Basics en la vida cotidiana.
Presentado por Christopher Marroquin, Every Child Ready Parent Champion and Walter Camargo Ramirez, Families First Fellow.