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Resources for COVID-19-Affected People & Businesses
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The Restaurant Workers’ Community Foundation created a COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund to provide emergency assistance to restaurant industry workers needing support. They’ve also created an invaluable trove of resources for workers who’ve been directly impacted by the mass restaurant closings. You can donate by clicking here.
One Fair Wage has created an emergency assistance fund for tipped and service workers -- meaning restaurant workers, car service drivers, delivery workers, personal service workers, etc. Donate now by clicking here.
The National Domestic Workers Alliance created a coronavirus care fund that provides assistance to domestic workers so that they can stay home and healthy during the coronavirus outbreak. Click here to donate.
The Town Hall Project developed a searchable map of dozens of mutual aid funds that are supporting workers and communities in need during the outbreak. Click here to find a local mutual aid fund to support. Or submit yours to the list.
As Asian American communities are targeted by racism and xenophobia related to the coronavirus, we’re asking that Indivisibles donate to Asian Americans Advancing Justice. Click here to donate.
U.S. Department of Labor - Career OneStop Unemployment Benefits Finder
U.S. Department of Labor - Family and Medical Leave Act Questions and Answers
U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Coronavirus (COVID-19): Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention Guidelines - Protect Your Family
Hispanics In Philanthropy (HIP) Rapid Response for Census 2020 and COVID-19 Grant Program
The HOPE Center: Resources for college students experiencing hunger, homelessness, as a result of COVID-19
Teach For America - Resources for Public Schools
Undocuscholars COVID-19 Resources for Undocumented Communities
United Way 211: FAQ's, resources available to those impacted
WhyHunger Hotline: helping those in need find local healthy food resources
Interim Guidance for Businesses and Employers to Plan and Respond (COVID-19)
Coronavirus Resources - unemployment assistance, healthcare, and food and nutrition
Resources for Schools and Families During COVID-19/Coronavirus
Managing Life at Home During the COVID-19 Outbreak
Coping with Covid19 Anxiety
Virtual Events in Our Community
Complete these webinars for a credential that provides evidence of your learning.
Virtual Leadership Summit
We cancelled our 2020 Leadership Summit but redesigned it as a virtual event, hosting one workshop and a development session. We designed the Leadership Summit around developing our unique voices and activating our agency, and by attending both sessions, you can earn the Certificate of Leadership Communication, offered in partnership with the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business at the University of Dallas. This Virtual Summit is free for members and only $50 for non-members. Learn more and view the recordings.
Soft Skills Development Series
Produced in partnership with the Satish & Yasmin Gupta College of Business at the University of Dallas, this four-part series will help you advance by focusing on your soft-skill development. The entire series is free for members and only $20 per webinar for non-members. If you watch all four, you can further invest in yourself by qualifying for the digital badge. A digital badge is a micro-credential that contains detailed information about the learning experience and the knowledge gained. It is shareable across the internet, including LinkedIn. Learn more about the series and view the recordings.
ON-DEMAND: Power Up: Facing Anxiety & the Unknown
The disease, the news, and our isolation have altered our daily realities, leaving many of us struggling with anxiety in our isolation. Join health and wellness expert Karla Medina for a conversation on how to break the cycles that cause our anxiety. Karla will present her strategies on maintaining your mental and physical well-being during this tumultuous time, and she'll answer your questions on how to thrive within the unknown while pursuing your personal and professional goals from a place of power. Click here to watch the webinar on-demand.
Saturday, April 4
NSBE Boston Virtual Happy Hour
Live from 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Tuesday, April 7
Navigating Life During COVID-19 Part One: Social and Mental Health
Live from 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
presented by Prospanica New York
A global pandemic has placed us in unprecedented times of uncertainty. But do not despair. Stay connected and become aware of resources available to help us work through the tough situations we're facing. Prospanica NY wants to ensure that our members and community are supported and informed so we're bringing together key leaders for a two part webinar series to address the critical areas currently impacted for individuals and families. Part 1 will cover mental health, overall health, and education. Part 2 will cover financial health.
Wednesday, April 8
How to Manage Your Mindset and Remain Present, Positive and Calm
Live Webinar 12:00pm to 12:30pm
The world is rapidly changing around us and we are treading some new waters together. We must balance not only our professional and personal lives, but we have to do them both at the same time. Zoom meetings and family needs currently exist in the same space and the same moment. We need to remain present, positive and calm… now more than ever. In this webinar, Tatiana Quaife - a Latina Executive with 10+ years of leadership experience at The Walt Disney Company and Procter & Gamble - will share her ups and downs and the lessons that are helping her manage her mindset during these difficult times.
Wednesday, April 15
Unleashing the Peer Mentoring Experience
Live Webinar 12:00pm - 12:30pm
Everyone recognizes the power of mentorship. As we undergo our current uncertainties, voices of experience can prove valuable. Unfortunately, not enough professionals experience a mentorship connection. This webinar will explore the concept of peer mentorship, a more accessible mentorship model that can be easily deployed through our new virtual ways of working. We'll explore how to be a good mentor/mentee, how to push yourself and your partner to the next level, and how to establish a council of mentors. Join us and speaker Jeffrey Vargas to learn how to transform your network from connections to conduits of wisdom.
Wednesday, April 22
New Recruitment Realities: Equip Yourself for Success
Live webinar 12:00pm
The job market fluctuated within a matter of days. Though today's recruitment landscape appears unrecognizable to yesterday's, opportunity remains within it. This webinar will explore the mindset a job-seeker should employ, the emotional intelligence to leverage, and the practical actions to uncover and pursue opportunity. We'll also look at best practices for Prospanica's Virtual Career Fair, which takes place on April 28. Join us to hear from executive recruiters and coaches Leonel DeLeon and Jane Ryan, who as will guide us through preparing for job search success.
Tuesday, April 28
PROSPANICA VIRTUAL CAREER FAIR
12:00pm to 3:00pm
The Prospanica Virtual Career Fair easily connects you – in real time – with employers from the comfort of your home or office via desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone.
Taking place completely online, the virtual career fair allows you to:
• Explore career opportunities available to you in all areas of the field
• Engage directly with employers online via one-on-one web chats in each booth
• Make new connections and broaden your network directly from your home or office
Learn more and register here: https://www.prospanica.org/virtualcareerfair
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Brown Brothers Harriman
Client Service Representative
Fintech Java Development Systems Lead
Community Engagement Program Manager
State Director of Public Affairs
Retail District Branch Manager
The Kraft Group
Data Engineer 2
Boston Board Members
Christine Jáuregui, President
Jouel Gomez, Executive Vice President
Deyanira Sanchez, Secretary
Kelly Serna, Membership Officer
Giovanni Torres, Education Officer
EDUCATION. Prospanica empowers Latinx professionals to achieve their full educational, economic, and social potential. For 30 years, Prospanica (formerly known as the National Society of Hispanic MBAs), has provided access, resources, and support to Latinx talent.
RELATIONSHIPS. Our 48 Professional and University Chapters span the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Chapters execute over 250 events annually to provide members with localized and market-specific opportunities to network, gain professional development, and better engage university, organizational and corporate partners.
EMPLOYMENT. The Prospanica national job board and local chapter networks provide members access to career opportunities with Fortune 500 corporations, growing companies, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and universities. We also offer resources for everything from writing a resume, interviewing successfully, and applying to graduate school.
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