As we reflect on 2018, so many Communities of Opportunity partners have organized for a more racially just and equitable region. For example, COO partner organizations mobilized over 250 people to serve in critical leadership roles to advance change in communities. Check out some of the other inspiring 2018 numbers from Best Starts for Kids and…
Communities of Opportunity is hiring a Project/Program Manager (PPM II) to join our team to implement COO’s vision of enhancing community leadership and investing in community-led solutions to advance racial, social and economic equity in King County. The Project/ Program Manager will provide technical assistance to COO grantees and manage a portfolio for place-based and cultural community…
This is the first blog in a three-part series that shares how On Board Othello, Communities of Opportunity’s partner coalition in Rainier Valley, is making a difference through neighborhood projects, coalition building and community engagement. Read more to learn how their work is transforming Southeast Seattle.
Floribert Mubalama founded the Congolese Integration Network to strengthen cultural community connections for Congolese refugees and immigrants. Learn more about how his story drives his community organizing work.
A parking lot may be an unexpected place to find healthy fruits and vegetables and community members connecting with one another. But that’s just what you will see when you visit the White Center Food Bank. Learn how their work in partnership with Communities of Opportunity is improving the health and well-being of White Center.
Communities of Opportunity is now accepting applications for consultants to help build our Learning Community — a platform to share knowledge and build capacity to accelerate the impact of COO’s work.
Later this month, Communities of Opportunity is releasing a Request for Applications for consultants to help build our Learning Community.
At the Diversity in Tech event at SeaTac Community Center, youth and young adults of color explored tech training opportunities and heard directly from local tech employers and professionals about what it’s like to work in tech.
COO’s recent Power in Partnership event brought more than 75 community members together to strengthen relationships and learn from one another.
COO is actively seeking a qualified representative from a COO Geographic or Cultural Community partnership to join the COO Governance Group. Apply by August 31, 2018.