WASHINGTON STATE COMMISSION ON
AFRICAN AMERICAN AFFAIRS
CAA & CAPAA
Internship positions available at the Commission on Asian Pacific American Affairs (CAPAA) and the Commission on African American Affairs (CAA).
The Sound Transit Diversity Programs Office is accepting internship applications.
The Evergreen State College
Washington State Department of Commerce
Washington State Juvenile Justice & Rehabilitation Administration
The City of Lynnwood
Washington State Department of Health
Washington House Democrats
Washington State Senate
The Seattle Association of Black Journalists (SABJ) presents a workshop to empower nonprofit organizations to spread their message and advance their goals through the use of both traditional and social media.
This results-oriented workshop will be held Saturday, November 8, 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the offices of the Seattle Times, 1000 Denny Way in Seattle. The workshop features expert advice from two panels of professional media representatives.
"Building a Grassroots Campaign - Traditional Media" focuses on reaching an audience via traditional print and broadcast outlets. Presenters include: Essex Porter, KIRO-TV and Robert Vickers, Seattle Times. Sonya Green, KBCS radio, will lead the panel.
"Building a Grassroots Campaign- Social Media" features social media specialists focuses on reaching an audience though web-based communications. Presenters include: Natasha Jones, King County Customer Service Director and Kimberly Reason, Sound Transit Public Information Officer. Karla Clark, King County, will lead this panel.
During a box lunch, the topic of discussion will be "21st Century News Releases - Standing Out in Torrent of Information." Presenters include Paris Jackson, KOMO-TV
Register at sabjonline.org.
The registration fee is $25 for representatives of nonprofit organizations, $40 for others.
For more information contact: J. Paul Blake, 206.543.3958
OneAmerica and the American Immigration Lawyers Association are hosting a free
Citizenship Day on Saturday, October 18th, at Renton Technical College. In order to apply, people should be legal permanent residents for more than five years (or three if married to a U.S. citizen) and should bring information about their spouse, children, address and jobs for the last five years, trips taken outside the U.S., their taxes and copies of any criminal records. To find out more, interested individuals should call 1-866-926-3924 or go towww.wanewamericans.org.
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
Intercity Transit Citizen Advisory Committee
Open to Thurston County residents only. Applications are due by October 30th.