Children's Museum & KABOOM Playground Build
The Children’s Museum is getting a new playground, but we need your help!
Along with the help of KABOOM! and The CarMax Foundation, we are going to build a BRAND NEW playground in our Downtown Museum’s backyard. We are looking for volunteers to help with the build on September 20-22. This is a great way to give back to the Museum and help usher in more ways to learn through play!
dLCV disAbility Rights and Resources Summit
The disAbility Law Center of Virginia (dLCV) is virtually hosting the disAbility Rights and Resources Summit on September 23rd, 2021 from 9:30 am – 5:30 pm. We are looking to attract attendees from all over the Commonwealth who are interested in learning more about the latest knowledge, resources that are available to all members of the disabilities community in Virginia. We are excited to offer three session topic tracks to support our overall theme of social justice and racial equity among people with disabilities: 1) Resources, 2) Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement, 3) Education.
The disAbility Law Center of Virginia (dLCV) estará presentando la Cumbre de Recursos y Derechos de los Discapacitados.
Septiembre 23, 2021 de 9:30 am – 5:30 pm. Estamos buscando una audiencia de todo el estado de Virginia, que esté interesados and conocer más acerca de los recursos disponibles para los individuos con discapacidades de la comunidad en Virginia.
dLCV se complace en ofrecer 3 sesiones que ofrecen diferentes tópicos sobre el tema de Justicia social y discriminación racial entre las personas con discapacidades: 1) Recursos, 2) Justicia Criminal e Implementación de la Ley, 3) Educación.
Prince William County Community Fair
Prince William County, VA… The Prince William County Police Department will host a community fair on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021, to showcase the many facets of police work in the county with displays, fun activities, appointments with a recruiter, pet adoptions and much more. View the video invitation from Police Chief Peter Newsham!
The event is from noon to 4 p.m. at the Sean Connaughton Plaza, 1 County Complex Court, Woodbridge, VA 22192. County residents are cordially invited to the community fair, which also will feature displays from numerous County public-safety agencies and other County government organizations, live music and food trucks.
Background investigators and recruiters will be present to speak to anyone interested in a career as a police officer. Job applications will be accepted that day. The Department is committed to a diverse workforce and encourages all interested applicants to contact the Prince William County Police Personnel Bureau at (703) 792-6580 or visit the Department’s recruiting website at www.joinpwcpd.org.
The Department is also on social media: Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Instagram | NextDoor
Little black dress event, a stylish networking night!
Grab your best Little Black Dress and join New York Life for a night of networking and fun! Discover the history of New York Life and learn how being good at life is always in fashion.
Fe, Familia y Seguridad Financiera
Dominion Energy's Diversity Student Conference
Calling interested students!
Do you want to start your career with a value-driven energy company that is committed to diversity, sustainability and community engagement?
About the virtual conference:
• October 5-7, 2021
• An opportunity to learn more about potential careers in our sector and Dominion Energy, a Fortune 200 company
• Hear from Dominion Energy executives on the future of the energy market
• Be considered for a paid full-time internship for summer 2022
• Women and minorities
• Current college freshman, sophomores and juniors
• Minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA
• Preferred majors: business, engineering, information technology, liberal arts, math, science, technology and trades.
All majors will be considered
Virginia’s Registered Apprenticeship
We invite all business owners and employers to join us for a virtual presentation on Virginia’s Registered Apprenticeship program. Come learn the components of the RA program, how it works, and the benefits for participating in the program. Presented by the Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Virginia Department of Labor and Industry Division of Registered Apprenticeship.
The goal of this presentation is to educate the Hispanic community about the Registered Apprenticeship (RA) program: to provide an overview of the Registered Apprenticeship program, how it works, and the benefits for both businesses and the community.
The RA program is a national program that has been in existence in Virginia since 1938; however, many business owners and individuals in the Hispanic community are not aware of this wonderful program. As long as people do not know what the program entails they are not going to participate and benefit from it.
Join Kenia Brooks, RA Consultant for the Division of Registered Apprenticeship in Virginia on Friday, October 8, 2021 at 12 pm for a virtual presentation of the RA program.
You will leave this presentation with a good understanding of what the RA program is, how it works and how it will benefit you to participate in the program. You will also receive information on how to register for the program and have time for Q&A.