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How to Get Involved and Give Back at USES

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Mar 26, 2020
Family Mobility Spotlight: Carly Feng
Carly Feng is a working mother of two and a participant in our Family Mobility Programs for the last 2 years. We recently asked Carly to reflect on her experience at USES. “My name is Carly Feng. I was born in Guangzhou, China, but have lived in Boston for the last 16 years. I like […]
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Mar 13, 2020
Thank you to our USES AmeriCorps VISTA Members!
This week (March 9th-March 13th) we celebrate AmeriCorps Week, a  “celebration of all things AmeriCorps – from the programs and organizations that make this national service initiative possible in thousands of locations, to the members who have pledged to ‘Get Things Done’ since the program’s inception in 1994.” At USES, we work with AmeriCorps VISTA […]
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Feb 21, 2020
“Let’s Be Honest” Workshop: Recap & Reflection
As a parent, it can sometimes be difficult to determine how to approach discussing physical development, sexuality, and sex with your children. As a result, USES decided to host a workshop facilitated by a Planned Parenthood parent educator to help provide parents with the resources and skills to comfortably and confidently engage in conversations about […]
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Feb 20, 2020
Moments in Black History at USES: Allan Crite
To honor and celebrate Black History Month, we will be highlighting Moments in Black History at United South End Settlements throughout February. A version of the following appeared in the February 20, 2020 issue of The Bay State Banner: Nurturing The Talent And Creative Spirit Of Our Young People Photo of Allan Rohan Crite, who […]
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Feb 14, 2020
Moments in Black History at USES: Mel King
To honor and celebrate Black History Month, we will be highlighting Moments in Black History at United South End Settlements throughout February. A version of the following appeared in the February 13, 2020 issue of The Bay State Banner: The Transformative Power of Community Service Community icons, Mel & Joyce King, with USES President & […]
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Feb 5, 2020
Moments in Black History at USES: Harriet Tubman
To honor and celebrate Black History Month, we will be highlighting Moments in Black History at United South End Settlements throughout February. A version of the following appeared in the February 6, 2020 issue of The Bay State Banner: In the Spirit of Harriet Tubman In November of last year, USES preschoolers welcomed “Let My People […]
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