Guest Blogger: Jane W. – Youth Caseworker I am sitting at my desk on a Monday morning, and thinking back over the past couple of weeks. I realize that we have been exceptionally busy. A new class of GED students, a new cohort of the Culinary Leadership Academy (CLA), and a new paid externship for… Read more »
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Guest Blogger – Melanie Unique Film Opportunities The Community Media Center (CMC) and Steepletown Neighborhood Services partnered together to implement a project called Elevating Voices. Jen VanderHeide, Elevating Voices Project Coordinator, and some of Steepletown’s staff member’s organized a week long opportunity for the Honoring Our Youth (HOY) participants. The events were scheduled for Mon…. Read more »
As we are celebrating the Advent & Holiday season and looking forward to Christmas, we should also start to get ready for the Tax Season. Now, don’t go “Bah, Humbug!” Organize the information and you’ll find it’s easier to get things around. Use “MONEY IN” and “MONEY OUT” to help you get organized and then review… Read more »
There are many reasons to give thanks this time of year, one being the amazing generosity of those who make sure the needs of others are met during this time of year. The parishioners of Holy Spirit Catholic Church once again provided 50 food baskets and gift certificates for families of Steepletown’s preschool and GED… Read more »
Had a great experience this weekend with a bunch of nerds accelerating our website to being easy to use!
History Blog Guest Blogger Melanie This week, was the Open House of the Steepletown Preschool. In order to spread the word, the staff went out of the building Monday evening to increase community awareness by passing out flyers and personally inviting families of preschool aged children. Dick Bulkowski found the activity very rewarding, not only… Read more »
History Blog Guest Bloggers – Past Participants Jonathan W. – “The reason I want to accomplish getting my GED is because, for one, you need it to survive long term. And the second reason is to hope on bettering my future.” Amber W. – “GED helped me with jobs, I am getting more opportunities just… Read more »