We are excited to be included in the Early Literacy Brochure for Beaufort County. This is a collaboration from birth to eight for Early Grade Reading. Information and resources were compiled by the Education Committee of the Greater Island Council.
Time: 40hrs /week
The PASOs Community Health Worker (CHW) will assist families with developmental screening for children 0-5 years of age in the Jasper/Beaufort County area. PASO’s is a home visitation program working with members within Latino households to connect them with health and community services. The CHW will be based out of the Beaufort County First Steps office.
- Preferred-Associates Degree in Human Services field or equivalent
- One year experience working or volunteering with the Latino community
- Bilingual (English-Spanish)
- Case management experience
- Valid drivers license with dependable vehicle to conduct home visits
- Ability to pass background check
Additional Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Preferred
- Experience with Microsoft Office applications such as Word-Excel-Powerpoint-Outlook
- Experience with databases
- Ability to multi-task a variety of functions
- Excellent Interpersonal skills to be able to interact with all levels of personnel in an academic and community setting
- Excellent communication skills
- Self-motivated / require little supervision
Interested individuals should send a resume by September 25, 2020 to:
Beaufort County First Steps, Attn: Betty Washington
703 Bladen St. | Beaufort, SC 29902
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org or fax (843) 379-7840
This is an important moment in time as we all look towards taking meaningful action to fight racism. One siginficant way is to educate ourselves on what young children understand about race and how to best talk to them about race and racism. We’ve put together a collection of expert resources on just those things. Visit our “Resources to fight racism” for more. We are in this together.
Today is Earth Day! There are lots of ways you can celebrate this day and honor the earth. Here are some ideas:
- Spend time in nature
- Plant a Tree
- Eat vegetarian.
- Start Recycling.
- Look for ways to save energy
- Pick up litter
- Say no to plastic bags
- Read more online and reduce printing
- Go off-grid and turn off your electronics
- Get a programmable thermostat
- Fix leaky faucets
- Use rechargeable batteries
- Take a walk outside
- Use a reusable water bottle
- Clean out your garage and donate to local charities
- Opt out of junk mail
- Choose to receive electronic bills instead of mail
- Start your own vegetable garden
- Buy used and recycled products.
- Eat local, organic food for the day
- Lower the temperature on your water heater
- Try carpooling and sharing a ride
- Compost your garbage
Financial relief is on the way soon. There is information available to help you determine how much you will receive and how the process will work. Pay close attention to the details about tax filing, as this often directly impacts your eligibility. Take a look at the resources below to learn more:
Groups That Won’t Receive Stimulus Checks
Unfortunately, there are some groups of people that won’t be receiving stimulus checks. If you have questions about whether or not you fall into this category, check out this article to learn more: