The Transit Arts program has teamed up with “More Than My Brother’s Keeper,” an initiative of the City of Columbus that aims to engage young African-American boys and men in positive activities. Read about some of our mentors in this article from the Columbus Dispatch.
During Hurricane Katrina in 2005, thousands of New Orleans residents were forced to relocate. Central Community House and our partner settlement house agencies responded quickly to help settle families into new lives in Columbus. Read about their stories, ten years after the storm, in this article from the Columbus Dispatch.
Young Dancers Promote Columbus Arts Fest on Morning News. Video from Transit Arts’ Appearance on Good Day Columbus. http://bit.ly/1FPGZ5H
The Village Maker Awards Gala was held April 3, 2014. See article and photos here.
Now Hiring Early Education teachers: Seeking committed professionals to become a part of a quality early learning team in our underserved community. Hiring infant, toddler and preschool teachers; AA/BS in ECE or Child Development required, experience preferred. Send resume w/cover letter by fax: 614-252-9164 or email: email@example.com
Community Organizing News Clip Check out our Community Organizer Courtney and our great partner, Pastor Bob Ward on the News discussing Positive Loitering.