While partaking in a national service program, AmeriCorpsVISTA, that builds capacities in nonprofit and human service organizations, I, along with a cohort of service members, developed a set of DE&I programs aimed at smaller to midsized organizations. Based on the principals of human-centered design, this project builds and maintains professional and personal relationships between employeesContinue reading “Organizational Inclusion Strategies”
Category Archives: Civic and local engagement
Cloudy With a Chance of Inspiration
Two observations made while serving in a national program of service to reduce poverty.
Public Charge and You
Public charge is a term used in immigration law to refer to a person who is dependent on the government for support. When a person wants to enter the US or change their status to become a lawful citizen, they have to pass the public charge test or get a public charge waiver. A publicContinue reading “Public Charge and You”
Your Block, Your Neighborhood
Being active in your neighborhood is called community engagement. In community engagement, there is a wide range of groups from block parties on up to big charitable organizations and government. For this piece, engagement is cooperating with our neighbors, city, or area to make things better. Your block is a great place to start beingContinue reading “Your Block, Your Neighborhood”