Showing posts from June 8, 2015

Registeration Reminder: 2015 CDBG-DR Regional Training

Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser . Registration Reminder: 2015 CDBG-DR Regional Training Registrtaion for New Orleans closes today at 6:00 PM EDT This training will help grantees understand the requirements for administering the CDBG-DR grants in accordance with federal requirements. It will also allow grantees the opportunity to network with one another and share experiences and best practices. Participants will: Understand the framework of CDBG-DR Know crosscutting program requirements Understand federal register requirements Understand DRGR reporting requirements Know how to develo

EMPLOYMENT OPP: Public Affairs Officer (Cecil Co, MD)

Job Announcement: PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER I Click HERE to apply      Click HERE to view benefits GRADE 13 LOCATION OF POSITION Cecil County Health Department, Elkton, MD Main Purpose of Job This position will function as a Public Information Officer (PIO) for the Cecil County Health Department on matters related to public relations for emergency preparedness and other public health issues.  This position will prepare a variety of informational and promotional material related to emergency preparedness and other public health issues. This position will also assist in writing emergency preparedness plans, as well as plan and conduct projects related to emergency preparedness activities and public health activities through various media.  This position is an essential employee and is subject to mobilization for emergency or crisis.  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Education: Possession of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with at least 30

All In on Ending Veteran Homelessness: We Stand Together

All In on Ending Veteran Homelessness: We Stand Together A joint message from USICH Executive Director Matthew Doherty, Labor Secretary Thomas Perez, VA Secretary Robert McDonald, & HUD Secretary Julián Castro Five years ago, the Obama Administration set an ambitious goal: to end homelessness among veterans by the end of 2015. Many scoffed; many continue to scoff. In the face of such skepticism, we remain optimistic and focused, and know this is an historic opportunity we must seize. Veteran homelessness is not a reality we have to accept. On Monday, the four of us took this message on the road in a three-city swing to connect with communities committed to ending veteran homelessness. In Houston, we joined Mayor Annise Parker at a rally celebrating the creation of a system in her community which ensures that all veterans who need assistance will be quickly linked to the su

All In to Ending Homelessness for All Americans

Having trouble viewing this email? Click here All In to Ending Homelessness for All Americans June 5, 2015 The All In City Swing to End Veteran Homelessness brought together HUD Secretary Julián Castro, VA Secretary Robert McDonald,  Labor Secretary Thomas Perez, and USICH Executive Director, Matthew Doherty to visit Houston, Tucson, and Las Vegas. Above, they are pictured in Tuc