On Saturday, April 22, the Nonprofit Center of Milwaukee will host student volunteers from around the city at a storytelling and Youth Uplift Challenge event in the Sherman Park Neighborhood.
Individuals and organizations are invited to submit news releases, short articles and photos about their issues and events.
“We need more job training,” that’s what we continue to hear from people in poverty. Two local social service agencies are actively responding to the cry for help.
On a unanimous vote of members present, the Common Council today approved selling up to 100 city-owned foreclosed properties in the Sherman Park area for $1 per property to six city-approved buyers.
Alderwoman Milele A. Coggs is challenging recent Milwaukee high school graduates to dissect the concept of “freedom” for the 9 th Annual Freedom Essay Scholarship Contest. The scholarship is open to current and recent high school graduates from Milwaukee who are collegebound.
Undergraduate students taking Marketing Principals and Management at Alverno College aren’t getting lectures or run-of-the-mill assignments. They’re working with local businesses to help them develop comprehensive marketing plans.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction just announced 16 Milwaukee Public Schools as Title I School of Recognition honorees for the 2016-17 academic year, an honor that recognizes success in educating students from low-income families.
The Color Vibe 5K, a family-friendly, non-competitive walk-run, is coming to Milwaukee May 13, and has named St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care, 2408 E. Morgan Ave., as its charity partner for the event.
As a member of FACT, Wisconsin’s youth led tobacco prevention program, tobacco use among my peers is something I feel very strongly about. FACT is extremely importing in preventing kids from smoking and using other tobacco products like e-cigs and chew.
Former state Supreme Court Justice and Marquette University distinguished law professor Janine Geske will lead a discussion on restorative justice at Alverno College on April 25.
Prevent Blindness Wisconsin recently received a generous legacy gift from Mr. William F. Hoffmann. “We are incredibly grateful for this gift which will support Prevent Blindness Wisconsin’s mission to improve the lives of children, adults, and families through early detection of eye conditions to prevent blindness and preserve sight,” says Tami Radwill, Executive Director.