September 2009 news

Job vacancies at SADACCA

SADACCA is seeking to employ a young people’s project coordinator and 2 youth workers. Volunteers are also needed.

  • Closing date for job applications is Friday 2nd October

Alpha Course at St Peter's Ellesmere

The Alpha Course is open to anyone wishing to find out more about the Christian faith in a relaxed and non-threatening atmosphere. There will be opportunity for questions and discussion in a non-pressurised environment. There is no fee for the course and participants are free to leave at any time. The course lasts for 8 weeks.

Community Assembly Burngreave ward meeting

A public meeting with the three local councillors will be held on Thursday 24th September

Enrolment days for adult learning

September is the start of the new term, and adults can enrol on a wide range of courses in the area.

Introduction to Community Development and Health (ICDH) Course

The Introduction to Community Development and Health (ICDH) Course will be running at the Furnival on Thursdays, from 24th September 2009 – 4th February 2010.

Vacancies at Yemeni Community Association

The Yemeni Community Association are looking to recruit to two vacancies.

  • Closing date for applications: 12.00 noon 11th September 2009

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