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Building Profitable Affordable Housing Gut & Rebuild Single Family Housing
March 7 Virtual Affordable Housing Development Training
The Most Profitable Gut & Rebuild:
Godzilla Gut & Rebuild
Complete Redesign-Expansion of home-100 % New Foundation-Roof/Sub Roof-Complete Interior Gut and 100% New Interior
Rebuild Home From 2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom to 3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom

On March 7th (noon/EST) we will be on location at a house that is the “Godzilla” of all Gut & Rebuild homes: 100% of home (including major expansion/redesign of house) but it is the most profitable with over a 100% profit margin. Below are the specifics on this zoom training March 7:

March 7, 2022 (Noon EST)
Affordable Housing Development Training by Housing Pros:
The Complete Gut & Rebuild-The Total Gut & Redesign of Home (117 29th St West Bradenton)

So, join Housing Pros March 7th at Noon (EST). You can register to get your seat at:

ArtWorks Apprentice Program

I would like to re-introduce myself as the Artist Impact Manager at ArtWorks Cincinnati. I am reaching out to share some opportunities that might be of interest to you and the creative youth in your community.

Each year, the ArtWorks Apprentice Program offers paid year-round arts-based career readiness training and employment opportunities for youth (ages 14-21) from neighborhoods across the city. In addition to our Apprentice Program, last year we had introduced our first Youth Artist Exhibition Program through the ArtWorks Gallery. The program collaborates with outstanding artists who guide youth (ages 16-23) in a gallery apprenticeship to create new works of art for a group exhibit.

As we have wrapped up our incredible 2021 year with the completion of 33 public art projects across the city, we are already setting our sights on what lies ahead for this year. We would love your support in sharing this exciting opportunity!

Want to learn more about our programs? Join us for our upcoming Apprentice and Teaching Artist Info-Sessions where we will further discuss our program process and answer any questions you might have.

Upcoming Info Sessions:

Thursday, March 10, 2022, 6 pm

Virtual Info Session for Summer Teaching Artists.

Register here. 

March 15, 2022, 6 pm

Virtual Info Session for Apprentices

Register Now

Below you will find a list of our art opportunities for youth and teaching staff (ages 22+). Our apprentice job opportunities will be opening year-round on a rolling basis while our teaching staff applications will open for seasonal positions. If interested, make your way to our website to find out more information about our application and additional resources on how-to apply.

Job Opportunities

Apprentice, GE Aviation Mural 

Apprentice, Artistry Pedestrian Passageway Mural

Lead Teaching Artist

Teaching Artist

Junior Teaching Artist

Our upcoming Youth Gallery Exhibition program application is open now! If you know anyone who has a knack for photography and would benefit from learning more techniques, then share this opportunity to be a part of both ArtWorks Gallery and the Cincinnati Art Museum.

Art Opportunities

Youth Gallery Exhibition Program: Active Imagination in partnership with Cincinnati Art Museum

National Environmental Justice Community Engagement Call: March 15, 2022

EPA invites Environmental Justice (EJ) advocates to participate in the next National Environmental Justice Community Engagement Call taking place on March 15, 2022 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. (Eastern Time). These calls are free and open to the public.

Registration Link:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/epa-natl-environmental-justice-community-engagement-call-march-15-2022-registration-276964808197


The purpose of these calls is to inform the community and other stakeholders about EPA’s EJ work and enhance opportunities to maintain an open dialogue with EJ advocates.

Please email Motilall.Christina@epa.gov by March 11, 2022 to request reasonable accommodation for a disability or interpreter services in a language other than English, so that you can participate in the call and/or to request a translation of any of the event documents into a language other than English.

For more information about the National Environmental Justice Community Engagement Calls, please email Robinson.Victoria@epa.gov or Motilall.Christina@epa.gov.

Recordings and meeting materials for all calls are posted here: https://www.epa.gov/environmentaljustice/national-environmental-justice-community-engagement-calls.

For up-to-date information about Environmental Justice funding opportunities, events, and webinars, subscribe to EPA’s Environmental Justice listserv by sending a blank email to: join-epa-ej@lists.epa.gov. Follow us on Twitter: @EPAEnvJustice

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