Virtual Community Meeting with For the Many

About this event – from For the Many

Register here!

We’re building a grassroots movement of everyday people to fight for laws and win elections to transform New York so it works for all of us.

Join our Virtual Community Meeting to get to know other folks in the organization, learn about our work and latest updates, and plug into our fights to win: 🏡 housing 🏥 healthcare ❤️ immigration & criminal justice 🌎 climate justice

Whether you’re a long time member or a newcomer, we’re excited to see you there!

This event is 100% virtual. We will send you the zoom link and make sure you have what you need to join us!

Virtual Community Meeting with For the Many

About this event – from For the Many

Register here!

We’re building a grassroots movement of everyday people to fight for laws and win elections to transform New York so it works for all of us.

Join our Virtual Community Meeting to get to know other folks in the organization, learn about our work and latest updates, and plug into our fights to win: 🏡 housing 🏥 healthcare ❤️ immigration & criminal justice 🌎 climate justice

Whether you’re a long time member or a newcomer, we’re excited to see you there!

This event is 100% virtual. We will send you the zoom link and make sure you have what you need to join us!

ENJAN’s 5th Annual Mid-Hudson Valley Gathering

Save the Date! ENJAN’s 5th Annual Mid-Hudson Valley Gathering is organized around the theme of No Rollbacks on Justice. We’ll have speakers, free food, and an opportunity to learn about ENJAN and other local organizations and the work they are doing to end mass incarceration and racism in the criminal legal system.

Virtual Community Meeting with For the Many

About this event – from For the Many

We’re building a grassroots movement of everyday people to fight for laws and win elections to transform New York so it works for all of us.

Join our Virtual Community Meeting to get to know other folks in the organization, learn about our work and latest updates, and plug into our fights to win: 🏡 housing 🏥 healthcare ❤️ immigration & criminal justice 🌎 climate justice

Whether you’re a long time member or a newcomer, we’re excited to see you there!

This event is 100% virtual. We will send you the zoom link and make sure you have what you need to join us!

Social Work Intern for Exodus Transitional Community and Dutchess Re-Entry

This opportunity is available during the Fall 2022 semester. This is an in person position.

With a firm belief in human resilience, Exodus Transitional Community delivers innovative programming tailored to adults and youth affected by the justice system, and advocates for a society in which all can achieve social, economic, and spiritual well-being. Exodus collaborates to provide services and support for a successful reintegration back into the community.

Watch this video from our CEL Fair to learn more!

Location: 99 Cannon Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601

Position Description:

  • Assist staff with intakes of new participants
  • Participate in facilitating meetings and programs
  • Administrative assistance
  • Good for students interested in social work, psychology, criminal justice, and law

Skills needed:

  • Strong organizational skills
  • Good with computers
  • Phone etiquette
  • People person

To Apply:  Please email a statement of interest and your resume to OCELapplication@Vassar.edu

Summer 2022 CEL Opportunities

Please click on the links below to read more about the positions. Click here to review the process to register.

Arts/Media/Culture

Business

Education

Environment/Sustainability

History

Law/Politics

Public Health and Mental Health

Social Services

Urban Planning

on Advancing Supportive Housing Solutions to Reduce Homelessness for People Impacted by the Criminal Legal System (virtual)

Join Corporation for Supportive Housing (CSH), Exodus Transitional Community (Exodus) and other panelists to discuss the immediate actions NYC leadership can take in 2022 to expand access to supportive housing for those leaving Rikers Island who are homeless and have behavioral health needs. These fiscally responsible policy changes are an important component of de-incarceration and making our communities safer. Register here!

Panelists:
Louis Molina, NYC DOC Commissioner
Kandra Clark, VP of Policy & Strategy, Exodus Transitional Services
Cynthia Stuart, COO, Supportive Housing Network of New York
Mark Hurwitz, COO, Urban Pathways

Moderator:  Dr. Victoria A. Philips (Ms. V.), Founder of Visionary V, The Community, Health and Justice Organizer with the Mental Health Project, Urban Justice Center

Spring 2022 CEL Opportunities

Please click on the links below to learn more about the Spring CEL Opportunities. More to come!

Arts, Media, and Architecture

Business

Education

Health

History

Law, Government, and Politics

Research/Grant-writing

Social Services and Social Justice

Sustainability/Environmental Advocacy/Farming

Urban Planning

Testimonial Art Show (in-person)

Join The Newburgh LGBTQ+ Center for a Testimonial Art Show. This event will highlight the artwork and voices of currently and formerly incarcerated artists. Additionally, it will provide the community with the opportunity to support the artists. Either through an auction, or drop boxes, all the funds raised through this event will go directly back to the artists.

Register here!