Community Engagement & Crime Watch Meeting
Please note this month we will not be holding our Community Engagement Meeting, instead we welcome all residents to attend our Mayor’s Walk and Union Hill Celebration Thursday June 12th starting at 3:00.
We are hiring!
Housing Counseling Staff Assistant Local non-profit seeks creative, energetic, team player to work with housing counseling staff and clients seeking to save their home from foreclosure and/or purchase their first homes. Must be able to work evenings and weekends as required. Experience with Microsoft Office programs and bilingual English/Spanish required. Salary range: $27,000 – $32,000 plus benefits. For a complete job description contact Anita Gallant at 508-754-2858. Resume and cover letter due by June 9, 2014 to Oak Hill CDC, 74 Providence Street, Worcester, MA 01604
Have you ever wanted to live in one of our beautiful rentals?
We currently have a 3rd floor, three bedroom apartment with heat and hot water included for $975!!! Call Sarah at 508-864-2674
Grafton Hill Business Association Scholarship
The Grafton Hill Business Association announces the GHBA –04 SCHOLARSHIP for 2014, providing TWO annual tuition assistance awards, non-renewable, of $500.00 to outstanding graduating seniors who resides in the 01604 postal code area who have been accepted as full-time students to any post-secondary educational or technical training institution to assist in furthering his/her education.
All students will be notified of their application status. Winners of the awards will be notified by June 6, 2014, and presentation of the award will be made at a time and location to be determined by the Board of Directors of the Grafton Hill Business Association.
DEADLINE: All applications must be post marked no later than May 28, 2014. No faxed or e-mailed applications can be accepted. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.
Applications should be submitted to:
GHBA -04 SCHOLARSHIP 2014
c/o KTA Communications
338 Coburn Avenue
Worcester, MA 01604
About Oak Hill CDC
Founded in 1972 as the Oak Hill Housing Council to address the shortage of safe, affordable housing, and later incorporated in 1983 with assistance from Friendly House and support from the Worcester Community Action Council and becoming the Oak Hill Community Development Corporation in 1985, the organization is a private 501(c)(3) non-profit community revitalization entity serving the lower Grafton Hill area of the City of Worcester. Oak Hill CDC currently focuses its work within the Union Hill, Oak Hill and Upsala Street neighborhoods of Worcester’s East Side, all inner-city neighborhoods characterized by high levels of poverty, unemployment, real estate disinvestment, crime and low levels of educational attainment. Additionally, its activities in Homeownership Promotion and Homeownership Preservation extend into Greater Worcester/south central Massachusetts.
Oak Hill CDC has steadily increased its volume and range of activities. In 2002, Oak Hill CDC established the NeighborWorks® HomeOwnership Center of Central Massachusetts; more information can be found at www.hoccm.org