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Are you interested in learning more about how to help your community and prevent Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs), including HIV/AIDS? If so, we have great news for you!
Educate Ya offers a free training on the prevention of STIs, HIV/AIDS called HEALTH EDUCATORS. This program is designed to train health volunteers who can teach people how to take measures to prevent STIs and HIV/AIDS.
The program is entirely in Spanish and free, open to anyone interested in learning more about preventive health. No prior experience is required, just an open mind and a positive attitude.
Upon completing the two-day training, you will be awarded a participation certificate.
Register now for the Health Educators program!
📍 Location: Educate Ya Educational and Cultural Center
3225 SW Barbur Blvd, Portland, OR 97239
Dates: December 2nd and 3rd, from 10 am to 5 pm
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Our partners, Oregon Water Futures and the Environmental Policy Innovation Center, are hiring a GIS Intern!
The Environmental Policy Innovation Center (EPIC) and Oregon Water Futures (OWF) are recruiting an intern to assist in the refinement of a national map of drinking water system service area boundaries to ensure that communities are accurately represented in local, state, and national water maps.
The internship will pay $20/hour and run for six months, January through June, either part-time or full-time. If you have skills or experience with drinking water, outreach and engagement, coding, or GIS, please apply by sending your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com by Friday, December 1st, 2023. We will be reviewing applications on a rolling basis.
¡Nuestros socios, Oregon Water Futures y el Centro de Innovación de Política Ambiental, están contratando un pasante de SIG!
El Centro de Innovación de Políticas Ambientales (EPIC) y Oregon Water Futures (OWF) están contratando un pasante para ayudar a perfeccionar un mapa nacional de los límites del área de servicio del sistema de agua potable para garantizar que las comunidades estén representadas con precisión en los sistemas de agua locales, estatales y nacionales. mapas.
La pasantía pagará $20 por hora y tendrá una duración de seis meses, de enero a junio, ya sea a tiempo parcial o completo. Si tiene habilidades o experiencia en agua potable, divulgación y participación, codificación o SIG, presente su solicitud enviando su currículum a firstname.lastname@example.org y email@example.com antes del viernes 1 de diciembre de 2023. Revisaremos las solicitudes. de forma continua.
Propose a session for the 2024 Pacific Northwest History Conference: History Everywhere, All at Once, taking place in Portland, Oregon, October 18 & 19, 2024!
Events of the past few years have truly been historic, leading to a flood of new scholarship and public attention to events related to public health, racial injustice, climate disruption, and the fragility of democratic institutions. The 2024 Pacific Northwest History Conference offers space for sharing the ways you are using regional history to make meaning of, or to escape from, the present — and to imagine the future.
The program committee seeks proposals in the format of panel discussions or roundtables, academic presentations, or workshops for educators or other practitioners. Proposals should be connected to the history of the Pacific Northwest, from British Columbia to Idaho to northern California and all points in between and can be strictly about the past or about practices related to the work of understanding and educating about the past. Academics, graduate students, educators, community knowledge-holders, and public history practitioners of all kinds are encouraged to submit presentation proposals and to plan to attend the conference, which will include special sessions for K–12 educators.
Proposals are due by January 5, 2024. Learn more and submit your proposal at ohs.org/pnwhc2024
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