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The Leadership Academy and Mentoring Program (LAMP) invites Long Beach youth between the ages of 14-24 years old to join a fun and leadership-building program. LAMP is a unique mentoring program for teens looking to develop skills in: photography, fashion and graphic design, and music and video production.
On Wednesday, June 26, local residents will be treated to an up close look at several organizations that are lighting up the Long Beach landscape with renewable energy, green jobs & healthy foods.
The Southern CA Green Economic Council is proud to present GRID Alternatives, a non-profit organization helping low-income families reduce their energy bills by more than half, cut carbon emissions with a clean energy source, and, provide hands-on training experiences for future solar installers in the process.
Congresswoman Linda Sanchez
Long Beach City College is teaming up with Congresswoman Linda Sanchez’s office for the Young Entrepreneur Academy, a program to support the Boys and Girls Club and the Long Beach Community Action Partnership (LBCAP).
Photo by Kin Mun Lee
Long Beach Community Foundation (LBCF) and Long Beach Community Action Partnership (LBCAP) are moving forward with the revival of public access for Long Beach. The Public Access Digital Network (PADNET) being managed by LBCAP will allow locally produced programs to air on local cable channels and through podcasts on the Internet and mobile devices.
I Am Long Beach, a project of the Leadership Long Beach Class of 2011, invites the Long Beach community to join them for a FREE LIVE MIXED MEDIA EVENT !!! The event will celebrate the unique experiences of Long Beach locals. Among other things, musical performances and art exhibits from the teens at Long Beach Community Action Partnership will be seen.
The Connected Corridor Vision: Create a “Blueprint for the Future” for implementation on other Long Beach corridors
The Connected Corridor team has announced the availability of grants to community groups that are able to produce greater collaboration, community empowerment and civic engagement in the Phase Three area.
Long Beach has been ranked No. 3 out of 10 featured cities for having the most urban gardens per capita, according to the Trust for Public Land. Long Beach was among other U.S. cities including Seattle (No. 1), Portland, St.