Introduction to Computers
We are excited to present an upcoming opportunity — Introduction to Computer course. This course is conducted in Spanish and is intended for those individuals who have little to no computer skills. The classes will take place Tuesdays and Thursdays evenings from 5:30-7:00 pm, November 23 – December 16, via Zoom. In addition, we are able to loan laptops/hotspots to participants who do not have access to these.
Neighborhood House: Project SCOPE
If you know a student or family member between the ages of 14 – 24, who is refusing to go or is behind in school; is thinking about dropping out, or generally struggling with direction, please feel free to send an email to: Angel Berry firstname.lastname@example.org; or call/text: 206.739.3771
Project SCOPE, one of many Youth and Family Services offered through Neighborhod House, is designed for those who have left or struggle in the traditional classroom. Located in Kent, WA, this program helps youth set and achieve educational and career goals. We identify the barriers together and then provide support services to aid in basic needs, such as food access and transportation to school. Youth receive mentoring support to complete secondary and post-secondary education. Staff partner with schools, re-engagement centers, and various GED programs. Based on their skills and career interests, youth gain job-readiness skills through paid internships with our employer partners.
The goal of the program is to support youth and remove barriers to them graduating from high school and college and will provide support until they are age 24. There are no citizenship requirements.
If you need Spanish help interpretation, you can call Jonny to help get connected! 206-376-0725.
Free Bilingual Legal Phone Consultations!
There are free bilingual legal clinics with volunteer attorneys from the Law Office of Schroeter Goldmark & Bender and the Latina/o Bar Association of Washington. Sign-up for consultations is on a first-come, first-served basis. To sign-up, please call 206-233-1230 and leave a message with your name, phone number, and a brief description of your legal issue. Staff will try their best to find an appointment time for you to call back and speak to an attorney. This is not a guarantee of an appointment. Space is limited! Click here for more details.
Second week of every month through November:
February 8-12; March 8-12; April 12-16; May 10-14; June 6-11; July 12-16; August 9-13; September 6-10; October 11-15; November 8-12
Consultations are held via telephone only on a first-come, first-served basis. SGB and LBAW will work to pair people with attorneys on the week of the clinic at a date and time that works for both parties. Please call 206-233-1230 and leave a message.
A list of additional legal resources can be found here.