A free course filled with information on how to go into business. It is exclusively for inmates, released inmates & people with a criminal background.
It covers all areas such as Banking, Law, Insurance, Accounting, Marketing , Sales, Life Lessons, Business Plan, Positive Mental Attitude & more.
Join our trainer, Johnny Salmon on Friday 1/13/2017 and Friday 1/27/2017 at Hartford Public Library Cafe, 500 Main Street. Courses begin at 9am.
For more information on how to enroll early, contact: Barry Diamond | Executive Director reentrysurvivors.com firstname.lastname@example.org 1-203-767-4090
HPD Comstat open to the public
Thursday January 12, 2017, the Hartford Police Department will be holding another public Comstat meeting. Our meeting will take place in the Hartford Police Department Comstat room at 5:30 pm. We feel strongly about sharing our information with our community. We are opening our doors for you to see what current crime trends our city is experiencing, along with our predictive and preventative efforts. Our Comstat program is a dynamic and informative presentation and discussion. Your ideas, questions and energy are welcomed. Community conversations are encouraged.
We are always seeking public input. Please take this opportunity to assist us in our efforts to better serve and protect our city. Please consider attending.
WHAT: HPD Comstat open to the public WHEN: Thursday, January 12, 2017 5:30pm WHERE: Hartford Police Department, 253 High St. Hartford CT.
There is plenty of parking in the vicinity. Officers will be on sight to assist and escort you inside HPD.
Senator Chris Murphy Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay Challenge Question
Recognizing Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday as a Federal holiday was signed into law in 1983, taking effect 3 years later. Since that time, on the third Monday of January every year we celebrate the life and dream of Dr. King, the impact he made on our nation, and the work that remains to be done to fulfill his vision. For this essay, students should reflect on what Dr. King’s dream was and what he would think about his dream today. Students should further answer what their own dream is and how it relates to the work of Dr. King.
Essays can be submitted electronically to TJ Clarke at Thomas_Clarke@murphy.senate.gov or mailed to our Hartford office at 120 Huyshope Ave., Hartford, CT 06106.
Open to students K-12 – 500-1000 words for high school (grades 9-12), 300-500 for middle school (grades 6-8), 100-200 for elementary school (grades K-5, pictures optional for elementary school submissions)
Deadline January 16, 2017
2017 New England Fathering Conference!
Registration now open! Register and book your room today!
Online registration is available for the 18th annual NEFC, Dads: Involved Today, Committed Forever, being held at the beautiful Mystic Marriott Hotel and Spa March 22-24, 2017.
Please share this announcement with colleagues and students. A special rate is offered for current undergraduate and graduate students!
Hartford Community Leaders and the Greater Hartford Community came together for a Job and Housing Workshop on 11/22/14 at the Hartford Public Library 500 Main Street Hartford, CT. There were over 200 community residents in attendance who volunteered and participated. Click here to view the photo gallery
We are looking forward to working with you in 2017, and for many years to come. Again, we appreciate you support, and wish you continued success - Hartford Community Leaders