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1. BERGEN COUNTY FOOD SECURITY TASK FORCE HOSTS SECOND ANNUAL FOOD PANTRY SUMMIT
Task Force celebrates two years of strengthening regional food safety net (PARAMUS, NJ) – Last Friday, the County of Bergen hosted its second annual Food Pantry Summit at Bergen Community College to celebrate the two-year anniversary of the Bergen County Food Security Task Force.
by post on 05/16/2022 05:24 pm - Story - 21 Hits
2. Women@NJPAC Spring Luncheon & Auction Smashed Previous Records, Raising $350,000 for Arts Center’s education and Community Programs
Record-Breaking attendance for Fundraiser featuring Cosmetics Pioneer and Beauty Industry Icon Bobbi Brown, Montclair Resident “I’m just curious, and I don’t feel my age,” said Brown, who discussed launching Jones Road Beauty in her 60s, in a conversation with Allure Editor in Chief Jessica Cruel
by post on 05/14/2022 10:49 am - Story - 571 Hits
3. Green Day at Bergen Community College
PARAMUS, N.J. – An upcycle clothing exchange, food composter demonstration and discussion on beekeeping represented just some of the events that comprised Bergen Community College’s “EarthFest” celebration April 19-22 in recognition of Earth Day.
by post on 04/23/2022 02:32 pm - Story - 1,305 Hits
4. Upcoming May Events for Active Seniors Hosted by JCC of Northern New Jersey
The Jewish Community Center of Northern New Jersey’s Active Seniors have much to look forward to in May. Their robust programming takes place every Tuesday and Thursday at Temple Beth Sholom, 40-25 Fair Lawn Ave., Fair Lawn, NJ.
by post on 04/22/2022 07:47 am - Story - 1,573 Hits
5. NEW JERSEY SECRETARY OF HIGHER EDUCATION HEARS STORIES OF STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT, PRAISES BERKELEY COLLEGE FOR CONTRIBUTING TO ECOSYSTEM OF NEW JERSEY HIGHER EDUCATION
“The Berkeley College students I met today reminded me that it’s so important to meet students where they are, regardless of life circumstances.”– Brian Bridges, PhD, New Jersey Secretary of Higher Education, about his visit to Berkeley College
by post on 04/09/2022 08:20 pm - Story - 3,256 Hits
6. FROM COLLEGE TO CAREERS: BERKELEY COLLEGE LEGAL STUDIES ALUMNAE SHARE THEIR JOURNEYS
Join the Webinar on Thursday, April 7, to Learn More about Opportunities in Real Estate Law, Employment Law, Mergers and Acquisitions, and Human Rights
by post on 04/05/2022 09:32 am - Story - 3,942 Hits
7. CarePlus NJ Partners with Board Certified Forensic Psychiatrist to Provide Psychiatric Assessments, Expert Testimony, and Linkage to Care
Range of services available to legal counsel, courts, and departments of probation and corrections
by post on 04/05/2022 09:30 am - Story - 3,557 Hits
8. WNBA Great Chamique Holdsclaw Urges Kean Audience to Stop the Stigma Surrounding Mental Illness
UNION, N.J. — WNBA Hall of Famer Chamique Holdsclaw told an audience of students at the Kean University Human Rights Conference last week to seek help if they are struggling with mental illness.
by post on 04/02/2022 08:46 am - Story - 4,221 Hits
9. League to Hold Harvard Case Method Civics Project Community Discussion.
Democracy & Women's Rights in America: The Fight Over the ERA. (Bergen County, New Jersey; March 29, 2022) -- The League of Women Voters of Northern Valley (LWVNV) invites the public to attend the interactive discussion Democracy & Women's Rights in America:
by post on 03/31/2022 09:33 am - Story - 3,385 Hits
10. Kean University Offers Students New Options in Musical Theatre, Exercise Science
UNION, N.J. — Kean University is expanding academic options in musical theatre performance and exercise science, beginning in Fall 2022.
by post on 03/28/2022 10:46 am - Story - 3,270 Hits
11. Grassroots Group in Englewood Proposes a Public High School for the Arts at Russell C. Major Liberty School
--Website launched highlighting the vision and featured interviews with prominent performers and artists.--
by post on 03/22/2022 05:46 pm - Story - 3,727 Hits
12. Panelists Discuss Mental Health and the Male Label at West Side Presbyterian Church
RIDGEWOOD—Did you know that the male label is associated with a greater risk of harm? Yet the male labeled are less likely to seek and get the mental health services they need, leading to untreated depression, anxiety, relationship conflict and trauma.
by post on 03/22/2022 05:32 pm - Story - 2,202 Hits
13. Girl Scouts of Northern New Jersey Partners with PSEG Foundation to Engage 160 Girl Scouts in 12-Week Social Justice Initiative
$10,000 PSEG Foundation Grant Marks Beginning of Renewed Partnership
by post on 03/17/2022 11:28 am - Story - 3,846 Hits
14. League of Women Voters of Northern Valley to Host Multi-Town Meet & Greet
(Eastern Bergen County, New Jersey; March 15, 2022) -- The League of Women Voters of Northern Valley (LWVNV) invites the public to learn about the League of Women Voters and attend a virtual Meet & Greet conducted by the League of Women Voters of New Jersey via Zoom on Thursday, ...
by post on 03/16/2022 07:53 am - Story - 3,471 Hits
15. Entrepreneurs Selected to Appear in Documentary About Hackensack Immigrant Business Owners
(Hackensack, New Jersey; March 8, 2022) -- The Northern New Jersey Community Foundation's (NNJCF) ArtsBergen initiative announces four Hackensack entrepreneurs have been selected to appear in the documentary film, 
by post on 03/12/2022 06:00 am - Story - 5,384 Hits
16. CarePlus Foundation to Host Virtual Conference for Healthcare Professionals on Power of Compassion and Combatting Compassion Fatigue
Featured speakers include Stephen Trzeciak, MD, MPH, Medical Director at Cooper University Health Care and Ken Verni, PsyD, Founder and Director of New Jersey Center for Mindful Awareness
by post on 03/05/2022 05:54 pm - Story - 5,863 Hits
17. CarePlus NJ to Host Free Virtual Expert Roundtable to Explore Racial Health Disparities in Honor of Black History Month
Paramus, N.J. (February 22, 2022) – Care Plus NJ, Inc. (“CarePlus NJ”), a pioneer in integrated primary and behavioral health services for adults and children, announces it will be hosting a free virtual expert roundtable in honor of Black History Month titled “Black Health and Wellness: Solution-Focused Approaches to Health Disparities.” ...
by post on 02/23/2022 12:52 pm - Story - 4,214 Hits
18. CarePlus NJ to Host Free Virtual Expert Roundtable to Explore Racial Health Disparities in Honor of Black History Month
Paramus, N.J. (February 22, 2022) – Care Plus NJ, Inc. (“CarePlus NJ”), a pioneer in integrated primary and behavioral health services for adults and children, announces it will be hosting a free virtual expert roundtable in honor of Black History Month titled “Black Health and Wellness: Solution-Focused Approaches to Health Disparities.” ...
by post on 02/22/2022 03:46 pm - Story - 4,841 Hits
19. Jeffrey B. Perry, A Spartan Who Took a Different Path
Enjoyed reading this article. It would be enlightening to hear about what discussions/arguments or other interactions Perry may have had with history teachers during his years at PHS. In my day (PHS ‘65) the history classrooms were an arena for progressive/opposite-of-progressive ideas, with the teachers facilitating ...
by Anonymous on 02/14/2022 01:47 pm - Story > Comment - 0 Hits
20. CarePlus NJ Offers Virtual Training on Identifying Microaggressions in the Workplace
Marks Continued Expansion of Internal DEI Efforts to Promote Social Justice in the Communities it Serves  Paramus, N.J. (February 9, 2022) – Care Plus NJ, Inc. (“CarePlus NJ”), a pioneer in integrated primary and behavioral health services for adults and children, announces it will be offering a virtual training titled ...
by post on 02/09/2022 09:41 am - Story - 6,720 Hits
21. Checkmate: Bergen Chess Club Captures Silver
PARAMUS, N.J. – Besting competitors from such institutions of higher education such as Yale University, the members of the Bergen Community College chess club secured second place in the seventh annual Central New York Open hosted in Syracuse, New York by the Continental Chess Association.
by post on 02/03/2022 01:32 pm - Story - 3,132 Hits
22. BERKELEY COLLEGE PART OF NEW INITIATIVE BY MANHATTAN CHAMBER: “LEARNING TRACKS FOR BUSINESS SUCCESS” 
JANUARY 27, 2022 – Today, the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce launched Learning Tracks for Business Success, a new initiative designed to help small and medium-sized businesses streamline operations, adopt best practices, boost revenues and expand market opportunities during a critical time in New York City’s economic recovery. 
by post on 01/28/2022 08:06 pm - Story - 7,954 Hits
23. CarePlus NJ Virtual Roundtable Will Explore Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Through Lens of Trauma-Informed Care
Expert Panel Will Discuss Impact of Social Determinants of Health, Adverse Childhood Experiences & Trauma
by post on 12/02/2021 12:31 pm - Story - 8,163 Hits
24. Rally for 5% for the Arts in Bergen County at ArtsBergen's Connect the Dots
(Hackensack, New Jersey; November 30, 2021) --  Rally for five percent for the arts in Bergen County at the Northern New Jersey Community Foundation (NNJCF) ArtsBergen initiative's Connect the Dots networking event on Wednesday, December 8. 
by post on 12/01/2021 08:36 am - Story - 9,210 Hits
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