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Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's "Womenomics" campaign is meant to promote better conditions for women who work. Can Japan unleash the economic power of women to revitalize its economy? How large might the "Womenomics" dividend be? What lessons can Japan borrow from the rest of the world or offer other countries facing similar challenges? The Asia Society Policy Institute is pleased to present a discussion of these questions by a panel of distinguished experts: Carol Gluck of Columbia University, Director Emeritus of McKinsey & Co. Joanna Barsh, Naoko Ogawa of Keidanren, and moderator Henny Sender of the Financial Times.
East Side Coastal Resiliency Project will be hosting 2 Community Engagement Sessions, 3/19 @ Bard HS, & 3/23 @ Washington Irving High School. Sponsored by NYC Mayor's Office of Recovery + ResiliencyClick HERE
to download the flyer.
MOCACREATE: Magnificent Mobiles!
Sat, Mar 21, 2015 @ 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Celebrate the coming of spring by making a hanging mobile!
Create cool shapes with clay, textiles, and photographs inspired by our Core Exhibition. Afterwards, go on a gallery hunt to find the photos! Click for More Info
To celebrate Women's History Month, join us to network and learn from NYPD, GSA and SBA representatives about the opportunities and How to Win the Government Contracts.
Women's History Month @ Federal Plaza Conference Center, Room J
26 Federal Plaza, 6th Floor, NY, NY 10278
Register to: Teresa.email@example.com or 212-264-1319
Raising the Bar: Asian Women Partners in Major Firms
Thursday, March 26, 2015 | 6:00-9:00pm Since 2011, AWIB's Annual Raising the Bar has addressed the status of Asian Women in the legal profession.
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New Position Available: NYC Business Solutions Instructor
The NYC Business Solutions Instructor will perform the following functions:
o Teach courses following an SBS-approved curriculum on topics related to business planning, financing and accounting, and/or marketing
o Present the business education material in an interactive, engaging, informed manner
o Provide coaching and feedback to customers as relevant to course content
o Connect customers to other SBS services, including the Business Solutions suite of services and additional business education courses
o Provide periodic feedback on and updates to the Business Solutions course structure, curriculum, and materials
o Collect client evaluation forms at the end of each class and leave them with the NYC Business Solutions Center staff or participating community partners
o Distribute and collect intake forms from clients at the first session, and track client attendance for all sessions (if there is more than one session associated with the course)
New Position Available: A Place for Kids Director
Date: March 2, 2015
Job Title: Director
Location: New York, NY
Job Status: Part-Time/Full-Time
Organization History and Mission
A Place for Kids (APFK) is an educational institution providing quality cultural enrichment to support a child's opportunity to succeed in the future. Over 44 years old, APFK was founded by a group of community minded college students from the City College of New York who realized the dire need for low-cost year-round childcare for the children in lower Manhattan.
A Place for Kids provides an after-school and summer program for over 110 children, ages five to eleven. We serve families living or working in lower Manhattan. We provide recreation, homework assistance, a nutritious meal, and enrichment.
The Director will report to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the leadership of APFK. The Director will participate with the Board of Directors in developing a vision and strategic plan to guide the organization and will be responsible for implementing the vision. The Director's responsibilities:
CHINATOWN - Jenny Ye has her Tuesday nights planned out for the next few weeks.
Ye is one of about a dozen locals who have been meeting up at Asia Roma, a bar located at 40 Mulberry St., to watch "Fresh Off the Boat," a new ABC sitcom that features the first Asian-American family on primetime TV in 20 years.
"We're here every week," she said while hanging out with her friend, Vincent Fang, who works in the neighborhood.
"We're all starting to get to know the bartenders," Fang added. About 10 to 20 people have been visiting the Mulberry Street bar each week since the show's Feb. 4 premiere as a way to support the show and socialize, attendees said. Continue Reading...
MAY IS LOWER EAST SIDE HISTORY MONTH!
define the Lower East Side by its traditional definition - which includes the East Village, Chinatown, Little Italy, Loisaida, and Two Bridges. This community has survived many challenges - and is attempting to weather the change and displacement going on now. By celebrating the character and history of our community, we can also engage in dialogue about its future direction.
Last May, for the first LES History Month, more than 60 cultural and community groups developed activities to celebrate. This year they'd like to include you as well.
*Possible ways to participate:*
*CHALK/LES: Friday, May 1:* Volunteers will be chalking local history on neighborhood sidewalks across the Lower East Side. Join us and chalk history around your school! Email Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
*TAKE A LOCAL FIELD TRIP*: It's a great time to learn from a cultural or historical group in the neighborhood. Eat lunch at a restaurant offering foods from a local culture. For ideas, you can check our website for
Ryan Gilliam, Artistic/Executive Director, Downtown Art, 61 E. 4th Street, Suite 7W, NYC 10003, www.downtownart.org
by Robert Sietsema, Mar 10, 2015, 12:43p
/ Photos by Paul Crispin Quitoriano Continue Reading...
Uniqulee Featured On Sinovision
Uniqluee is exactly what the title tells you. Unique. Boasting one-of-a-kind items from all over the world, located in the heart of beautiful Chinatown. Click To Watch
(In Mandarin Chinese).
36 Mott St.
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