- Simakovsky Law partners others for food project in aid of undocumented population
- My Project USA opens registration for mentorship program
- Herman Legal Group sponsors $1,000 Essay Contest for Undocumented Essential Workers on COVID-19 Frontlines
Simakovsky Law partners others for food project in aid of undocumented population
The Simakovsky Law firm in Columbus, Ohio is partnering other organizations in a food project to support undocumented population in Columbus, Ohio as the Covid-19 pandemic continue to affect jobs and lives.
Principal of the Simakovsky Law, Inna Simakovsky said, “We are continuing our food project aimed at serving the undocumented population in Columbus with our partners at UUJO: Unitarian Universalist Justice Ohio and La Michoacana.”
“We have a food bank open at our office Monday to Friday from 9am-5pm.”
On Friday, May 8, 2020, the partners will be on the eastside handing out food bags at Michoaca.
“For this event, we are also partnering with Koki’s Tortillas, Laguna Mexican Street Food & Ice Cream, OhioLatino TV, Ao: Advocating Opportunity, Rescuing Leftover Cuisine, Louis R. Polster Company, The Latina Mentoring Academy, Columbus Food Not Bombs, Erawan Thai Restaurant, and Soccer Field Academy,” said Inna Simakovsky.
“If you’re in a position to donate, https://actionnetwork.org/fundraising/cbus-immigrant/. If you have any questions, give us a call at (614) 695-4605 or email email@example.com.”
My Project USA opens registration for mentorship program
My Project UAS, a nonprofit organization in Columbus, Ohio has opened registration for its Under MY Wing Mentorship Program. The 12-week project offers an opportunity for mentees to learn from accomplished local professionals.
Program Coordinator Dorothy Hassan said, “this initiative will embed mentoring and career exploration into an existing community-based program by MY Project USA, that currently offers an array of effective social services for adults and youth.”
“Mentees will also work one on one with a mentor college student who can help prepare them for a fruitful college experience.”
“Most of the content and the contact hours will be offered through an online platform. The program will be delivered through both a 1:1 and small group connection type.”
Herman Legal Group sponsors $1,000 Essay Contest for Undocumented Essential Workers on COVID-19 Frontlines
The Herman Legal Group has initiated a sponsorship of $1,000 Essay contest for undocumented essential workers on Covid-19.
Herman Legal Group Principal Richard Herman said, “in an effort to encourage greater appreciation for undocumented immigrant workers, many of whom are valiantly working on the frontlines of COVID-19 in critical industries such as healthcare and food cultivation, preparation and distribution, the Herman Legal Group is sponsoring this Essay Contest.”
Applicants must be undocumented immigrant (which includes DACA recipients (“Dreamers”) working in an essential occupation, and write an essay of at least 300 words, in any language, answering this question:
“What do you think of when you hear the word ‘IMMIGRANT'”?
The Powerful Voice of Undocumented Immigrants
Share your voice! Participants should send their essay to ImmigrantStrongUSA@gmail.com by August 1, 2020.
The Winner will be announced on September 1, 2020. Winners will be chosen considering the following factors: Originality; Responsiveness to the question asked; The quality of the writing; and The substantive content of the response.
Richard Herman assured that “all personal identification will be kept strictly confidential. By applying, all applicants consent to the reproduction and publishing of their essays. “
“We are hoping that this contest inspires members of the undocumented community, at this unique moment in history, to share their personal feelings about being an immigrant who contributes to the well-being of the United States, who has deep ties to the United States, who may have U.S. citizen children or other family members, and yet has no legal pathway to normalize their immigration status.”
“We will also be publishing some of the non-winning essays in order to help give voice to the undocumented, to help stimulate a healthier conversation in the U.S. about immigration, and to encourage our elected officials to move on legislation that would provide an earned pathway to permanent residency, and ultimately citizenship, to the undocumented.”