We are looking for someone to care for her children in her home in Portland from 7-around 9 am on school days. My family just returned from South America and are hoping to find someone who is Spanish-speaking, preferably a native speaker. Duties would include getting kids (ages 6 and 9) ready for school and walking (2 blocks) them to school.
You can contact Melissa: mmmcstay[at]gmail.com
Before-School Care : Prefer A Spanish Speaker
Portland, ME 04102
Tuesday, 9/7/2010 through Monday, 6/20/2011
We are looking for a someone to watch our two children before school from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. Duties would include preparing breakfast, getting children ready for school and walking to school (two blocks away). We need someone 4-5 days a week during the school year. We would like someone who can speak Spanish with our bilingual children. Please email if you are interested.
Melissa M. from Portland, ME
- Ages of Children: Early school age (4-6 years), Elementary school age (7-11 years)
- 2 children
- $10 – $15 per hour
Maine People’s Alliance Seeking 2010 Campaign Field Organizer
11 de septiembre 8:30am – 4pm
Salón Parroquial Iglesia Sagrado Corazón, Esquina Sherman St. con Mellen St.
- Trámite de pasaporte
- Registro de nacimiento
- Registro de matrimonio
- Autorizaciones para trámite de pasaparte y para viaje de menores
Descarga el PDF del evento con más detalles aquí: Consulado Movil de El Salvador
To the Latino Community and Organizations of Maine,
During the last year El Centro Latino Maine has made big changes to its organization. As a member of several of its committees, I have been very proud to be part of this board. One of the changes has been a transition of leadership as Blanca Santiago steps down from presidency after six years of service as President. I am honored to be elected the President of the Board for El Centro Latino Maine, and I would like to say thank you to all of the members of Centro Latino for placing their trust in me as President so as to serve towards the interests of everybody within the Latino community.
As President, I promise to work hard for this growing community; I look forward to building relationships between our organizations and the community itself to find solutions on everyday issues. Let’s build bridges to create better services, develop our culture, and continue with the good labor of our previous leaders.
On behalf of the members of the board of El Centro Latino, I want to express our promise to work for our people, and at the same time I would like to extend the invitation to every member of the community to come together for the benefit and good health of the Latino Community.
As President of El Centro Latino Maine, I wish to work with you to better opportunities for Maine’s Latino community. I can be contacted directly at 207.239.6930 or email. I look forward to the many conversations we will have and work we will do together. Juntos venceremos; together we will overcome.
26 de junio a la 1:00pm
AYUDANOS A PONER ALTO
AL PERFIL RACIAL
Te invitamos a la Biblioteca Pública de Portland, frente al Monument Square
¿TIENES UNA HISTORIA QUE CONTAR?
Puedes contar tu propia experiencia de ser parado o detenido por la policía por causa de tu raza o país de origen. Aunque no tengas una historia
VEN A ESCUCHAR
Que: Audiencia de Perfil Racial: Frente a la Verdad
Cuando: Sábado, 26 de Junio a la 1pm
Donde: Rines Auditórium de la Biblioteca Pública de Portland
5 Monument Square, Portland, ME
Información: Blanca Santiago, email@example.com
Necesitamos personas que estén disponibles compartir la experiencia de ser parado o detenidos por la policía por ser de cierta raza o por venir de cierto país. Si conoces una persona interesada se le puede decir que hablen conmigo. Hay varias maneras el mismo día 26 de junio de mantener la privacidad del individuo si no quieren hacer su historia pública por medio de la audiencia pública.
Centro Latino Maine
PO Box 1242
644 Congress Street
Portland, Maine 04104
MPBN: Portland Man Faces Uphill Fight in Battle for Legal Status – 05/26/2010
Reported By: Josie Huang
A national campaign is underway to allow some undocumented students to become permanent residents. In Portland, a 24-year-old man named Selvin Arevalo has become one of the faces of the movement. Supporters held a rally this afternoon outside Cumberland County Jail, where Arevalo, a student and house painter, is facing deportation after he was involved in a motor vehicle accident, and police discovered his illegal status.
Stop the Deportation of Selvin Arevalo -
by Dennis Chin, guest blogger