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Saturday, December 7th
CIOGC Annual Dinner Tomorrow!
As a member organization of the CIOGC, IMAN will be supporting the Council's Annual Dinner, tomorrow, Saturday, November 2, at the Westin O'Hare. Tickets can be purchased here: http://ciogc.eventbrite.com/
Jobs at IMAN
1. Clinic Business Operations Manager: Responsible for building the Clinic’s infrastructure and operational capacity. 2. Nurse Practitioner: Responsible for providing primary health care to patients of the IMAN Health Clinic. Manages a caseload of patients. 3. Strategic Communications Manager: Manages IMAN’s communications / outreach efforts to a wide variety of audiences. Read More and Apply here
Volunteer at IMAN
Volunteer Journalism Instructor: IMAN is seeking a passionate individual to develop a group of 13-15 youth leaders around the areas of critical thinking, journalism, editing, and social media. This part-time position is from March-June 2014. It requires the instructor to lead a 2 hour after- school session 2 days /week alongside a Marketing Instructor. Read More and Apply here
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By Dr. Rolanda West - Green ReEntry Consultant
It's official! IMAN's new Green Reentry Crew has been selected, activated and is already making great strides in the Green Reentry Rehabilitation and Training program targeting foreclosed and vacant buildings in the community. We wanted to take a moment to introduce them to you, so you can remember them in your thoughts and prayers as they move towards the program goals over the next four months. Read More
By Farhana Arif - Organizing Fellow
In 2008, IMAN formally institutionalized the Youth Council as an organizing arm within the youth department. The Youth Council meets once a week and is comprised of 15 youth leaders who have been involved in at least one year of consistent programming. In addition to participating in regular programming, these leaders develop communication and leadership skills, learn more about basic organizing, and engage in dialogue around relevant social issues. Youth leaders will ultimately be responsible for communicating IMAN’s youth work to the public as well as the Executive Board. For the past two months, the youth department has been developing this year’s Youth Council. Read More
By Rami Nashashibi - Executive Director IMAN