Ever wondered about the jobs people do in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math? Think Big is a chance for middle- and high-school students to network and talk one-on-one with professionals working in a variety of STEM careers such as software engineering, medicine, architecture and chemistry. Find out what they do, how they got there and whether their career might be a good fit for you!
Presented in partnership with NewtonSTEM and the John M. Barry Boys and Girls Club of Newton. Refreshments provided by Cabots. For Grades 6-12. Online registration required through the Newton Free Library event calendar: http://newtonfreelibrary.net/events/.
Parents, please note that to maximize the number of students we can accomodate, adults will not be allowed in the event. If you are giving your student a ride, kindly wait in another part of the library or you may drop them off and come back to pick them up when we conclude at 4:00.
March 3rd, 2:00 pm
Newton Free Library, Druker Auditorium
Mark your calendars for an amazing concert featuring Gospel and Jewish music to support the Mass Ave Baptist Church’s Project Manna – hot meal program and food pantry to benefit the homeless and hungry.
Some of the groups that will be performing are the Mass Ave Baptist Church Choir, Boston
Children’s Chorus – Young Men’s Ensemble, Gospel Love Tones, Shir SHalom from Temple Shalom, Guys in Ties from Temple Emanuel and MORE! Tickets are $20.00 for adults and $15.00 for students and seniors. For more informationa and tickets, visit
March 20th, 7:00 pm
Temple Emanuel, Newton
Newton Community Education has an opening for a part-time onsite coordinator to assist with evening adult classes at Newton North.
This is an immediate opening. The job description is available here: Coordinator.
Interested candidates should email email@example.com with he subject: OSC.
Do you like to get things done? Would you like to use your organizational skills to benefit a local non-profit?
Newton Community Farm is hiring an Office Administrator and Events Coordinator to keep operations running smoothly and put on their community events. NCF is a small, educational farm offering year round programming for pre-K through adults. The farm supports summer and late fall CSAs, an onsite farm stand, farmers’; market, and weekly donations to local food pantries.
The ideal candidate is a highly organized, detail-oriented person who is comfortable with database input and reports, and can also be a warm, friendly face to our community and volunteers. Experience with a nonprofit CRM a plus. This is a part-time position of approximately 12 to 15 hours per week, offering flexibility in days and hours of work, and working from remote location. Ability to work both independently and collaboratively important. $18.00 per hour.
Please visit http://newtoncommunityfarm.org/about/people/staff/job-openings/
for more information.
Tema Siegel, an alum of Newton South, currently a freshman pursuing a BFA at the Chicago College of Performing Arts asks that you take a minute to check out the Kickstarter for her debut EP. The EP features five pop/soul songs with hints of jazz and folk influence. It may interest you if you enjoy artists such as Lake Street Dive, Regina Spektor, Sara Bareilles, and more.
As many of you know, music has been her greatest passion and focus in life so far. More recently, she’s begun to explore composition.
Tema composed, recorded, and managed this project over the course of the past 9 months (it began as a senior project at South), and now needs some help getting it on its feet. Her Kickstarter is 70% funded with just 11 days to go but if she doesn’t reach the goal of $6,000 by February 25th, she won’t receive any of the donations made thus far.
Please consider donating and/or sharing this link:
Free workshop on building body confidence in our children:
Are you a parent or caregiver? In our image-driven world it may seem hard to foster
body confidence in our children. Join this FREE MEDA event to learn how to help your child have a happy & healthy relationship with their body. Come learn strategies for success. Children who feel good about their bodies are: LESS likely to develop eating issues, MORE likely to participate in sports and extra curricular activities, LESS likely to use drugs and alcohol, MORE likely to develop a healthy relationship with exercise.
For more information and to RSVP go to https://tinyurl.com/y8zdmoq8
MEDA (Multi-Service Eating Disorders Association) is a Newton based nonprofit
located at 288 Walnut Street, Suite 130, Newton.
Sign up for the 2018 MEDA conference today!
Seeking infant care for 8 month old baby, 11:30 am – 2:30 pm on weekdays, not Tuesdays. Must be a Non-smoker, experienced, $20.00/hour. On Adams near Washington, Newton Corner/Newtonville. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Newton family with 3 children is looking for an after school babysitter to join their
family. The children are 13, 10, and 6 years-old respectively.
Duties are mainly to pick up the children from school and drive them to and from their activities. Must have own car. Reference required. Please contact Sophie at email@example.com.
Calling all parents who want to get involved in working for connected school communities and racial justice!
Join FORJ – Families Organizing for Racial Justice – to learn what several Newton Public Schools are doing to bring their communities together while working to reduce racism and injustice on many levels.
After the presentations, you will have time to meet and talk with other parents at your child’s or teen’s school. This is a great opportunity to get inspired and meet people across Newton who care about racial justice and want to develop their cultural competence.
February 8th, 7:30 – 9:30 pm
Angier Elementary School
Please RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/B75q1Qyfsx5ZG4m93
To learn more, visit https://forjnewton.com/. Want to join the mailing list to learn about future opportunities? Please email the FORJ Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org and put “JOIN FORJ” in the subject. Be sure to include your name and what schools your children attend.
The next meeting on February 28th, 6:30 – 8:30 pm is “Talking to Children about Race and Racism: Why and How?” Come to learn effective ways to talk with your children about race and racism next week in Boston at the beautiful Salvation Army Kroc Center, 650 Dudley St. Dorchester, MA 02125. There is ample parking around this community center, but you can also carpool or take the T to Dudley Station and walk over easily.
Please RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/newton-metco-parent-meeting-tickets-41384289524
Are you a current 10th or 11th grade girl looking for a meaningful summer experience honing your coding skills and learning new ones? If so, join this information session about the Girls Who Code (GWC) Summer Immersion Program, a free, 7-week experience for girls to learn the computer science skills they need to make an impact in their communities and be competitive in the job market of the future.
No prior experience or participation with GWC necessary to apply for the summer program. Stipends are available based on need. Early decision applications are due Feb. 16th; all applications are due March 16th.
GWC is a national nonprofit organization leading the movement to inspire, educate and equip girls with the computing skills to pursue 21st-century opportunities. The information session is for current 10th and 11th graders and their adults or anyone who would like to know more about the GWC Summer Immersion Program. No registration necessary.
February 12th, 7:00 – 8:00 pm
Newton Free Library, Druker Auditorium