Monthly archives for May, 2009

Historic nomination: Hispanic Sotomayor as justice

By BEN FELLER, Associated Press Writer Ben Feller, Associated Press Writer – Tue May 26, 7:55 pm ET WASHINGTON – Reaching for history, President Barack Obama on Tuesday chose federal appeals judge  Sonia Sotomayor to be the first Hispanic justice on the Supreme Court, championing her as a compassionate, seasoned jurist whose against-the-odds life journey affirms the American dream….

Making the Case: Upcoming 20/20 Training Dates

20/20 Vision for Schools is sponsoring two Level 1 trainings next week to empower individuals to make the case for adopting schools at their churches. 1) “Mission Critical: Reaching a Generation One School at a Time”Monday May 11, 7-9 PMHosted by The Coalition of Urban Youth WorkersKings College @ The Empire State BuildingDetails and RSVP…

Mentoring Ministry Training

20/20 Vision for Schools and the Christian Association of Youth Mentoring have collaborated to bring you a New York base mentoring training. This training will prepare your ministry to do effective and safe mentoring with kids from your community, local schools, and those within your churches.Peter Vanacore, who has over 20 years of mentoring experience…

ACTS Class 9 – Johnny Acevedo

Hispanics in Philanthropy is seeking an Intern

Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) serves as a catalyst to increase resources for the Latino and Latin American civil sector and increase Latino participation and leadership throughout philanthropy.  HIP’s work is designed to contribute to the greater effectiveness of philanthropy and to greater equity and diversity.  Our flagship initiative is the Funders’ Collaborative for Strong Latino…