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Crosstown Concourse Job Fair

Crosstown Concourse will host a job fair event on April 29th from 10 am until 2 pm. The fair will be held in the Central Atrium of Concourse, located at 1350 Concourse Avenue.

Over 60 jobs with 15 Concourse tenants will be advertised, including:

  •  A Step Ahead Foundation
  • Area 51 Ice Cream
  • Church Health Center
  • Crosstown Arts & Theater
  • French Truck Coffee
  • G4S Secure Solutions
  • I Love Juice Bar
  • ISS Facility Services
  • Mama Gaia Organic Restaurant
  • Methodist LeBonheur Healthcare
  • nexAir
  • So Nuts and Confections
  • Tech 901
  • The Curb Market
  • The Kitchen Next Door
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JOB FAIR: April 29th, Crosstown Concourse Central Atrium 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
 
Pre-registration is strongly recommended. Free pizza for the first 100 people.
 
 
OVER 60 JOBS THAT NEED TO BE FILLED.
 
A Step Ahead Foundation
Area 51 Ice Cream • Church Health Center
Crosstown Arts & Theater
French Truck Coffee
G4S Secure Solutions
I Love Juice Bar
ISS Facility Services
Mama Gaia Organic Restaurant
Methodist LeBonheur Healthcare
nexAir
So Nuts and Confections
Tech 901
The Curb Market
The Kitchen Next Door
 
Positions offered at the job fair range from healthcare, arts, operations, retail, and security, with experience requirements ranging from none to extensive. Participating tenants will have a limited number of free bus passes available to help job seekers make it to the fair.

Crosstown Concourse Job Fair
Saturday, December 10, 2016

10:00 A.M.- 4:00 P.M.

Companies to be located in Crosstown Concourse will be on-hand to discuss more than 100 available employment opportunities. The fair will be set up in the parking lot behind the Cleveland Street Flea Market. On-street parking is available on Garland and McNeil.

Employers will include: Church Health Center, Commercial Advisors, Crosstown Arts, Curb Market, Methodist Healthcare, LEDIC, NexAir, ISS Facility Services, ALSAC/St. Jude, Mama Gaia, G4S

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Saturday, May 2nd: Cafe’ du Memphis (Monde) to benefit homeless families

All food and drinks will be served by Rotarians and volunteers.

When: May 2, 2015 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Where: East Parkway Pavilion at Overton Park (281 East Parkway North, Memphis, TN 38112)
Cost: $7 for Coffee and Beignets – Individual, $10 for Coffee and Beignets with Commemorative Mug – Individual, $15 for Full Plate – Individual

A full plate includes shrimp & grits, beignets, coffee, and a commemorative mug but you can also purchase individual items.

The event will happen rain or shine. Visitors will also get the chance to hear LIVE music from Jeremy Shrader.

For more information about Dorothy Day House of Hospitality visit http://www.dorothydaymemphis.org.

If you’ve ever longed for beignets (a French donut), Café au Lait (a French twist on coffee) or authentic Louisiana cuisine like shrimp and grits, Overton Park is the place you should be on Saturday morning, May 2, from 9 a.m. until 12 p.m.

Volunteers from The Rotary Club of Memphis will recreate New Orleans’ famous “Café du Monde” in the Overton Park Pavilion on East Parkway near Sam Cooper Blvd. Owen Brennan’s Restaurant will help produce the delicious food and a Dixieland Band will play the famous music that will transport park visitors to the ambiance of New Orleans’ French Quarter.

The event called “Café du Memphis” is a new fundraiser for the Dorothy Day House of Hospitality (DDHH). DDHH works to keep homeless families together, off the streets and thriving.

The Midtown Memphis house is one of the only homeless shelters in the region where families can remain united while they get back on their feet.

“The important thing about the Dorothy Day House is that we keep families together, “said Sister Maureen Griner, the ministry’s Founder and Executive Director.

“We allow husbands and wives to stay together, we allow boys and girls of all ages to be with their parents. Most shelters separate families. We think it is important that they stay together during the trauma of homelessness, “said the Catholic nun who runs DDHH with volunteers and donations.

Mothers and fathers have a safe place to care for their children and do their own cooking. Sister Maureen says the house provides security for families who do not have to worry about where they’ll get their next meal or wash up and rest.

“Homeless families are often caught in the tyranny of the moment,” Sister Maureen says. “The DDHH gives them the security they need to break out of homelessness and create a better life for themselves.”

There were three families residing at DDHH on a recent visit, but dozens more have requested the chance to live there while getting back on their feet. Sister Maureen dreams of serving the many who appeal for help.

“We dream of having a Dorothy Day Village, including several houses and an apartment building,” Sister Maureen says. “This would allow us to take more families directly out of homelessness and also would allow us to move families to a level of independence in an apartment as soon as they have secure income.”

The “Café du Memphis” event on Saturday morning will help DDHH meet its current client needs and begin to fulfill the vision to expand.

MCHS hosts 1st “A Taste of Midtown” 10/25/14! #cooperyoung #Memphis #edchat #food 

The Middle College family is hosting our first annual “A Taste of Midtown” festival! This amazing event will be held October 25 from 11:30 am-5 pm at Middle College High School @ Christian Brothers University, located in the historic Fairview building on the corner of Central and East Parkway.

 

When: Saturday, October 25,2014 | 11:30am – 5pm

Where: 750 E. Parkway S, Front Lawn

Why: Middle College is raising funds, celebrating midtown and bringing the diversity of Midtown Buisness, Food, and Education Together. Our Early College Program requires an increase in funding as each Middle College student continues to excel. Help support the future of Midtown graduates!

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MCHS Vendor Benefits

Peabody’s Jennifer Eoff and teacher Emily McMillen are planning a Peabody/Cooper-Young Blood Drive for January 28th to help Hurricane Sandy victims.  

But before they can officially get a date on the blood drive calendar, they need at least 25 people to express interest in donating.


If you (in any way, shape, or form) might be interested in donating blood to help Hurricane Sandy victims as well as others in the greater Memphis area,click here to email Emily!
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