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Michael Rubinger appeared on MSNBC's Morning Joe to talk about the work LISC is doing in low-income communities across the country.
The Los Angeles Local Initiatives Support Corporation seeks an organized, self-motivated individual with a passion for strengthening communities to fill an Administrative Assistant opening. The Administrative Assistant will work closely with the Executive Director and will be responsible for key administrative functions relating to communications, scheduling, travel arrangements, and general office operations.
View the job description here. The position will remain open until filled.
Capital One and the Capital One Foundation will continue their partnership with LISC in 2015. In the LA market, Capital One has provided funding for the Advanced Housing Development Training Institute (HDTI), a 3-day intensive training for affordable housing developers in the San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego markets. LISC is grateful for the support of Capital One and the Capital One Foundation, important partners in the work of LISC nationally for more than 20 years.
A partnership of the NFL Foundation and LISC, The NFL Grassroots Program provides non-profit, neighborhood-based organizations, middle schools and high schools with financing and technical assistance to improve the quality, safety, and accessibility of local football fields. For the first time, LA-based organizations are eligible for the Program.
To learn more about the Program and how to apply, click here. The deadline to submit proposals is March 30, 2015.
Begun in 2007, LISC's Building Sustainable Communities Model seeks a comprehensive approach to community development - one that includes not just a focus on better housing but also on the financial well-being, education, and safety of residents. Though still in its infancy, the Model is already having a measurable impact on the communities LISC serves.
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