May 11, 2015 - 01:53 pm CDT

Upcoming events and information for May, as seen on Univison.

In an effort to facilitate dialogue on important community issues, The City of Austin’s Conversation Corp Has announced six months of topics for which we; as well as Capital Metro and Austin Independent School District will be seeking public input for. Beginning May 11th, each round of conversations will begin the second Monday of the month at various times and locations throughout Austin. For details on locations, dates and times for these conversations, please visit ATXTalks.org

Friday May 15th from 8:30am-12pm The Asian Behavioral Health Network and the YWCA Greater Austin will be presenting "The Hidden Epidemic: Bullying and Asian American Youth" at the Asian American Resource Center. This event is a training that will focus on the impact of bullying with Asian American students in schools and will be free and open to the public. Mental health professionals, caseworkers, educators, school counselors, youth workers and parents/family are encouraged to attend. For more information, please visit the Asian American Resource Center website at http://www.austintexas.gov/aarc

As part of the 2015 West Austin Studio Tour, Art in Public places is hosting a Public Art Crawl featuring new public art along 2nd street on Saturday May 16th at 10:00am. Those who are interested in attending should meet at City Hall plaza at 10 a.m. for a guided walking tour. For more information please visit http://west.bigmedium.org.

The City of Austin Animal Services will be providing a free rabies vaccination clinic for dogs and cats 12 weeks of age and older on May 16th from 8:00am to 12:00pm at Richard Moya Park (10001 Burleson Road). As required by state law, an owner or handler of a dog must have their pet vaccinated. If you are interested in coming, please bring your dog on a leash and your cat in a secured box with air holes. For more information about Animal Services and the Austin Animal Center, please visit www.austinanimalcenter.org.

And finally, Monday May 18th  The Austin Taiwanese Association will be presenting Taiwanese Aborigines USA Culture Tour.  There will be cultural dance performances and showcases of musical pieces from 7 aborigines tribes in Taiwan. Doors will open at 6:00pm with a performance at 6:30 followed by a meet and greet at 7:30. This event will be free with an R.S.V.P by visiting AUSTINTAIWANESE.org and will be located at the George Washington Carver Museum and Cultural Center.

For more information on these and other upcoming events in Austin, please call Austin 311. 

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Apr 20, 2015 - 04:16 pm CDT

Slam poetry, live music and the challenges and goals of the greatest city in Texas- after one-hundred days in office Mayor Adler delivers the first State of the City Address.

On Monday evening, April 13, 2015 in a free and open event at the new A.I.S.D. Performing Arts Center Mayor Alder gave the first Annual State of the City Address for Austin, Texas. Special guests also included AISD Superintendent Dr. Paul Cruz, a musical performance by Max Frost, poetry by Christopher Michael and A Vision for Austin's Future by AISD Student Valentina Tovar.

The Mayor discussed the future of Austin, touching on the biggest challenges including mobility, affordability, permitting, health care and inequality and provided a broad scope of solutions to push forward for a greater Austin. As Adler noted in his speech, "Austin is a great city, a unique city, a much loved and admired city and as a result, we've become something we never set out to be: a big city.” Adler and the Council hope to overcome these challenges using challenge-specific solutions, with the broader mindset of "inclusion, innovation and intentional improvisation."

The Community Engagement intern team was also in attendance to aid the Mayor’s office in ticket collection, ushering and directing the media.

Click here to watch the speech!

 

-Madeline Krebs, Community Engagement Intern

Apr 20, 2015 - 03:33 pm CDT

On April 15th, 2015 the City of Austin hosted the second Community Journalist Conference. The conference was held to enhance collaboration between the City and local media outlets, with a special focus on minority media outlets. Over forty journalist and media representatives attended to network and receive the inside scoop from City of Austin Public Information Office (PIO) team members.

After a welcome from Mayor Adler, the attendees learned about the various City departments as well as a two panel presentations. The first panel discussion was based on transparency and walked through protocol for social media, news releases, press conferences and open records requests. The panelists also discussed Austin 3-1-1, emergency communication and other tools and information to further the City’s transparency. The second panel hosted representatives from other departments like Parks and Rec, Transportation, Neighborhood Housing Community Division and Health and Human Services to discuss their respective roles throughout the City and within their departments.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The attendees also go to hear the latest stories pitched from the Public Information Office Media specialists and get introduced to the ATXN, the City’s own video production team. The morning was not without plenty of networking opportunities between City staff and other journalists and media staff- and of course some pan dulce and donuts to sweeten the affair.

      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A big thank you to all of our participants! Be sure to check out the event video and photos. Stay tuned for the next Community Journalist Conference!

 

Check out the official Twitter hashtag #CJC15 below! 

 


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- Madeline Krebs, Community Engagement Intern

Apr 08, 2015 - 03:22 pm CDT

The City of Austin held the first-ever Community Journalist Conference on March 31st in the Boards and Commissions Room at City Hall. Community media outlets from all over the Austin area came and gave the City feedback on what they would like to see and there were several presentations about resources that the City has to offer. Some topics addressed were:

  • Demographics
  •  Public participation
  • Online transparency
  • Social media
  • The City protocol for large events

Check out the video below:

 

 

Apr 06, 2015 - 08:45 am CDT

Here are upcoming events as featured on Univision:

The City of Austin encourages you to keep Austin Beautiful by registering for our city wide cleanup event Saturday April 11th from 9am to 11am. You will not only be participating in helping to keep Austin a clean city, but there will also be live music, free lunch, drinks, snacks and treats, free t-shirt’s, and door prizes. Locations vary according to zip code but if you are interested, please visit https://keepaustinbeautiful.org/blog/clean-sweep-it-takes-village to learn more.

Austin Parks and Recreation wants to offer a day of fun for you and your four legged friends by hosting a pet extravaganza at the Metz Recreation Center from 11am until 2pm on Saturday April 11th from 11am to 2pm. Come and enjoy free fun activities for you and your pet. There will even be contests for biggest and smallest pet as well as coolest trick, so don’t be afraid to show off your furry friend.

If you have a passion for exploring different cultures, or are just interested in learning about global culture, The George Washington Carver Museum Cultural and Genealogy Center will be presenting Celebrate me! Ghana. Join us and explore the dress, food, customs, history, music and more of Ghana. This event is free and open to the public and will be Saturday April 11th from 12pm-4pm. To RSVP, please call (512) 974 4926.

The Urban Forestry Division of Austin Parks and Recreation is hosting The Trees of Govalle, a civic spectacle featuring live performances of city workers showing the challenging and hidden work of the Urban Forestry employees. It will be on Sunday April 12th at 8pm at Govalle Park and is free and open to the public with reservations online at http://www.forkliftdanceworks.org/reservations-trees-govalle#overlay-context=trees-govalle.

While Christmas may not be the first thing on your mind in April, the Austin Police Department is already hard at work getting ready for the 2015 holiday season’s Operation Blue Santa and need your help redesigning their t-shirt logo. They have opened up a t-shirt redesign contest and are taking submission now until Wednesday, June 10th. If you have a knack for design and are interested in joining the contest, you can fill out an entry form at https://www.austintexas.gov/event/operation-blue-santa-2015-t-shirt-redesign-contest and submit it along with your design digitally on the same website. Winners will walk with the Operation Blue Santa parade float and hand out 25 T-shirts with their winning design.

More Info:

Operation Blue Santa: https://www.austintexas.gov/event/operation-blue-santa-2015-t-shirt-redesign-contest

Longhorn Run: http://www.utlonghornrun.com/

Clean Sweep: https://keepaustinbeautiful.org/blog/clean-sweep-it-takes-village

Pet Extravaganza: https://www.austintexas.gov/event/4-legged-friends-pet-extravaganza-metz

Trees of Govalle:https://www.austintexas.gov/event/trees-govalle-see-trees-through-forest-dance

 

ADDRESSES

  • Pet extravaganza: Metz Recreation Center: 2407 Cantebury Street Austin, 78702
  • Celebrate Me! Ghana: 1165 Angelina Street Austin, TX 78702
  • Trees of Govalle: Govalle Park: 5200 Bolm Road Austin, Tx 78721

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Mar 06, 2015 - 02:35 pm CST

City Works Academy Class of 2014- Where Are They Now?

 The Austin CityWorks Academy is an inside look at how the Austin government works. Participants develop a rich understanding of the City's governmental processes through 12 weekly classes and many hands on opportunities. Check out below to see what some of the Class of 2014 graduates are up to now! 

Avi Cohen

Since his time in the CityWorks Academy, Avi Cohen has continued to work in City of Austin engagement initiatives after learning about all that the city offers and the various departments that help the city function. He uses his CityWorks knowledge on a daily basis to help other Austinites around him, directing them to the many study resources of the library or the unique exhibits at the Austin Nature and Science Center. He has also gotten a new job since CityWorks and credits his experience in the Academy on his resume as showing his community leadership skills and helping him land the job.

While his graduation from the program is rather recent, he has already attended a Conversation Corps meeting and signed up to be a host of future Conversation Corps. Cohen is also very interested in serving on a board or commission, when those positions open up in July.  He credits his experience in CityWorks to contributing his awareness and desire to getting involved in Conversation Corps and serving on Board or Commission.

In Cohen’s own words,

“CityWorks definitely opened my eyes to much of what the City has to offer and all of its departments. I know of more fun places to go, more programs and opportunities that are available, and feel more connected to my city.”

 

Alexis Gonzales

Alexis Gonzales is not only a graduate of the 2014 CityWorks Academy, but also a graduate of the Citizens Police Academy and soon to be graduate of St. Edwards University with a degree in criminal justice pre-law major and a psychology minor. Gonzales also currently interns at the Travis County District Attorney’s Office.

Prior to entering the Academy, Gonzales admits she was “embarrassed about how little [she] knew about all the departments that allow the City to function.” Not wanting to be unware or uninformed she applied for CityWorks to learn the ins and outs of Austin.  Not only did she leave the program as a more educated citizen and individual, she picked up many opportunities and experiences during and following her time in CityWorks.

            During one of the meetings with a presentation by the Office of the Police Monitor, Gonzalez was told about open spots on the Citizen Review Panel and after applying and interviewing, she was offered a spot on the panel by the City Manager. This position has included ride-alongs with APD and getting to use the firearms training simulator.

            Gonzales also heard about the Fire—Community Advisory Board (F-CAB) through the Austin Fire Department during her time in the Academy and was able to apply and be placed on the board this past month.

            Gonzales credits CityWorks for getting her more deeply involved with the community even though she’s only twenty-one years old, explaining that

“I cannot say enough how grateful I've been for all the opportunities that have come my way. Had I not done the CityWorks Academy...I do not think I would be where I'm at. A lot of people tell me that it's great that I'm so young and am doing all these things, but age shouldn't be the great part about it. The great part should be about getting involved in one's community, no matter what your age.”

            Always eager for more ways to be involved, Gonzales is also looking into opportunities with CASA of Travis County and VIPS with APD.

 

Mary Arnett

Since her graduation from the program Mary Arnett has been involved in many community organizations. She has a long standing involvement in the Friends of North Shoal Creek neighborhood association.  

However, Arnett has also expanded her engagement to involvement to Austinites for Urban Rail Action (AURA) and The Citizen Led Austin Safety Partnership (CLASP). AURA works to better land use and transportation policy to make Austin greener, more affordable, and more livable. CLASP, another positive neighborhood initiative program that focuses on crime prevention through neighborhood watch groups, affiliated organizations and individuals working to increase neighborhood safety. In addition to all of these groups, Arnett also is currently serving on the Fire Department Citizen Advisory Council.

Looking forward, Arnett will also be one of the wonderful hosts of the Conversation Corps program, a joint initiative between Leadership Austin, Capitol Metro, AISD and the City of Austin. There she will host engaging and meaningful conversation topics each month that will bring important issues and civic topics to the community, increasing input on public issues. 

Courtney Horm

Courtney loved her time at the CityWorks Academy and found the speakers, topics and staff to be spectacular.

She is currently in the 83rd Class for the Austin Citizen Police Academy, an experience she heard about through the CityWorks Academy. Through the fourteen week Citizen Police Academy course she is learning about how the Police Department works in Austin. The program itself has grown from nineteen to almost one-hundred participants in just three years.

Horm says that

“[She] had a great experience week after week and [she] would recommend the CityWorks Academy to anyone and highly encourage all citizens to apply for the prestigious opportunity.”

Where could CityWorks Academy take you? 

 

- Madeline Krebs, Community Engagement Intern 

Mar 04, 2015 - 04:27 pm CST

Meeting the Community  Engagement Interns

The Community Engagement office currently has five interns that each work on a variety of projects to aid in the public input gathering for City Council policy questions, design and facilitate activities to develop community consent and facilitate activities meant to resolve issues and concerns in Austin. 

 

Christina Johnson

Christina Johnson is a Senior at Crockett High School and came to the Community Engagement department through the Austin Corps program, where high school students visit multiple departments followed by an internship with the city.

 Her current project is coordinating the Community Journalist Conference, which promotes collaboration between the City and minority media outlets. She will also be working on various economic development projects such as creating a Cultural Tourism Plan and working on the commission on immigrant affairs surveys.

Here’s what she has to say about the position:

“I chose this internship because even though I have lived in eight countries before moving to Austin, this is the first place that really felt like home. I am always learning and experiencing new things around the city, so I want to give back to my community. I’ll be sad to leave for college next year, but I will always consider Austin my hometown.”

Fun Facts:

She loves period dramas, has four dogs, and came in 121st place at the World’s Largest Ninja Tournament of 2012.

 

Madeline Krebs

Madeline Krebs is a junior at the University of Texas studying Corporate Communications with a Business certificate from McCombs School of Business. She is an active member of the Communication Council and on the Student Government Agency for Disabled Students Rights. She previously interned at the City of Austin in Media Relations positions and is excited to continue working at City Hall in a new cubicle doing Community Engagement.

While she finds all of the projects uniquely engaging and interesting, she is really looking forward to working on the College Student Engagement Initiative because of the issue of it being so close to home, as an Austin college student.  She is also excited to do some writing for the Community Engagement blog. In addition to those projects, she’s looking forward to diving into community development projects like Restore Rundberg and 411 Chicon to see how they grow and change.

Here’s what she thinks about the position:

“I love working at Austin City Hall because it keeps me in tune with the community and issues that directly affect me. People get caught up in national issues, right and left, democrat vs. republican and while those are all just causes and something I think more people should be involved in, I find that people often lose sight of the issues that are closest to home - municipal issues. I’m excited to dive into this hands-on experience connecting stakeholders with issues that matter to them and making sure their voice is heard.”

Fun Facts:

The days she does not work at City Hall she is also employed by the University of Texas School of Law where she works on planning and coordinating special events like the tailgate and reunion.

She love puns, jicama (an underrated root vegetable) and hates enclosed water slides.

 

Lizzette Marrero

Lizzette “Lizzy” Marrero is a student at the University of Texas at Austin double majoring in Government and International relations with a minor in Latin American studies, as well as a competitor  on the Speech Team. She also has previous experience at Project Vote Smart as a Legislative Intern and at the Rad Law Firm as a Filing Clerk.

Lizzy enjoys working on her array of projects because they all are important to her in different ways. As an East Austin resident she is excited to work on the Levander Loop project where she can take on the challenge of developing this area while also keeping in mind the concerns of the community members, since she is one herself.

Here’s what she thinks about the position:

“I love working at City Hall because oftentimes as a college student living in Austin feels so unreal. It is easy to think  “I’m just here for college,” and interning at city hall puts things into perspective. It reminds me that I am currently part of an incredible community and a city unlike any other that is changing rapidly and as a member of the community have a role to actively engage in that change. I love living in Austin because it has something for every kind of individual. There is never a dull moment in a city so rich in culture. Also the food…. It’s a good thing I like to exercise.”

Fun fact(s)

She a black belt in Karate and loves running on the boardwalk trail at Lady Bird Lake.

 

Emily Smith

Emily Smith is a senior at the University of Texas studying Sociology and Business Foundations. During her time at UT Austin, she has served as an Orientation Advisor, the President of the Undergraduate Studies Council, the Community Engagement and Development Student Associate at University Apartments and a member of the Voices Against Violence student organization.

She was nominated by the Dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies to be one of the first Longhorn Center for Civic Engagement City Hall Fellows, which led to her apply for this position. Last semester she assisted the Transportation department with stakeholder meetings to establish a policy for Transportation Network Companies and helped the Parks department plan a series of public meetings regarding overcrowding at Walsh Boat landing. This spring she is excited to continue working with Leadership Austin to launch Conversation Corps, a new program that will engage the people of Austin in meaningful dialogue focused on public issues, hosted by volunteers across the entire city.

Here’s what she has to say about the position:

“Having lived in Austin for my whole life, I truly cherish this opportunity to give something back to the wonderful city that raised me. I have learned so much about how my city government runs and about the innovative, dedicated people that make it run. I have also learned about the amount of coordination that goes into creating quality community engagement. It’s important to me that everyone in Austin has a chance to be heard when it comes to issues that affect our city, and I’m honored to be even a small part of the effort to make engagement more accessible, inclusive, and effective.”

Fun Facts:

She is a proud co-oper and a member of College Houses student cooperatives.

She enjoys acting and will be performing on campus in a student production of “Couples” by Rich Orloff this April.

She can’t control how much chips & salsa she eats when she’s at Chuy’s.

 

Xavier Wan

Xavier Wan is a veteran Community Engagement Intern who has worked in the department since Fall of 2014. Xavier hails from Houston, Texas and is a graduating senior at the University of Texas, studying Asian Studies and Japanese Language. どぞよろしく!He also serves as the Vice President of Japanese Association at UT, which boasts a wide array of diversity (in every sense of the word!) among the participant pool all united by their passion for the Japanese culture. He also has previous experiencing working and volunteering at the Natural Science Museum and Children Museum in Houston, where he developed his love of working with children and teaching.

This spring, among his many projects, he is continuing his work on the Asian American Quality of Life Initiative – a project spurred by members of the Asian American community in Austin, looking to check in with residents and see how quality of life can be improved in this community.

Here’s what he has to say about the position:

“I find that education is a large factor of what Community Engagement is all about. Knowledge is Power and I hope that through my efforts with the Community Engagement division, I will be able to empower community members that may have felt powerless before. I am inspired by the City of Austin’s dedication to hearing input and feedback from its peoples.”

Fun Facts:

He loves Super heroes- Captain America is his favorite.

Growing up, he had a silver Arowana fish named Chris.

 

 

-Madeline Krebs, Community Engagement Intern 

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Aug 07, 2014 - 11:59 am CDT

These events were in an Univision news segment the week of August 11th

  • The last concert for Blue's on the Green will be Wednesdasy August 13, 2014. The Shinyribs and Tameca Jones will be playing at the final concert. The concert starts at 8pm and will last until 10pm. Blues on the Green is held at Zilker Park located at 2100 Barton Springs Road.
     
  • The Travis County Sherrifs Posse has donated school supplies for elementary, middle, and high school students. On Saturday August 16, 2014, the Montopolis Recreation Center will be hosting a school supplies giveaway. Students in elementary-high school must be present to recieve 10 tickets at the door. With 10 tickets, students will be able to choose 10 different items. This event will be from 10am to 12pm. The Montopolis Recreation Center is located at 1200 Montopolis Drive. Remember, this is while supplies last so be sure to get there early!
     
  • There will be a Back to School festival and parade on Sunday August 17, 2014. The festival will be from 1pm to 7pm and the parade will be from 3pm to 6pm. The festival will be at the Bartholomew Park located on 1800 E 51st Street.
     
  • For more information about these events or other City projects, please call Austin 311.

Estos eventos se anunciaron en Univisión la semema del 11 de Agosto

  • El último concierto de Blue's on the Green será el miércoles 13 de Agosto. El concierto empieza a las 8 de la noche. Esta semana tocaran los Shinyribs y Tameca Jones. El concierto será en el parque Zilker localizado en el 2100 Barton Springs Road.

  • El Condado de Travis Sheriffs Posse ha donado útiles escolares para niños de primaria, secundaria y bachillerato. El sábado 16 de agosto estudiantes de primaria a bachillerato tendrán la oportunidad de escoger 10 útiles escolares con 10 boletos que les darán enla entrada. Los estudienates tienen que estar presente para recibir los 10 boletos. Este evento será en el centro de recreación de Montopolis de 10 de la mañana a las 12 de la tarde. El centro de recreación se encuentra en el 1200 Montopolis Drive. Es importante llegar temprano para tener la oportunidad de escoger los utiles.

  • Recuerde que toda esta información además de otros servicios y programas ofrecidos por la ciudad de Austin los puede conseguir llamando al Austin 311 y le contestaran en español.

Jul 31, 2014 - 01:13 pm CDT

These events were in an Univision news segment the week of August 4th

  • The City of Austin and the Parks and Recreation Department will host their 3rd public meeting for the Austin Cemetery Master plan. This meeting will be on Saturday August 23, 2014 from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm at  the Austin Public Library- Ruiz Branch located on 1600 Grove Boulevard.
     
  • The Emma S. Barrientos/Mexican American Cultural Center will have a variety of free family events and adult classes this summer. They are offering free yoga classes every Saturday at 10am until August 7th. They will also be having free salsa dance workshops from 2 pm to 4 pm on the following dates: August 9, and August 23. There will also be a bilingual story time on July 12 at 10:30am for ages 3 and up. To make your reservation for any of these events, please call 512-974-3785. The Mexican American Cultural Center is located at 600 River St.
     
  • The City of Austin is proud to announce that they are the first city in the country to accociate with the "I Want to Be Recycled" campaing of Keep America Beautiful. This campaign is to motivate Austin residents to recycle 5lbs more each month. This campaign will last until America Recycles day on November 15, 2014.
     
  • For more information about these events or other City projects, please call Austin 311

Estos eventos se anunciaron en Univisión la semema del 4 de Agosto

  • La Ciudad de Austin y el departamento de Parques y Recreaciones tendrá su tercera junta para el gran plan de los cementerios histórico de Austin. La junta es para toda la comunidad el sábado 23 de agosto a las 10:30 de la mañana hasta las 12:30 de la tarde en la biblioteca Ruiz localizado en el 1600 Grove Boulevard.
  • El centro cultural Emma S. Barrientos tendrá varios eventos familiares y clases para adultos este verano. Tendrán clases de yoga cada sábado hasta el 7 de agosto a las 10 de la mañana. Tendrán clases de salsa los sábados el 9 de agosto y el 23 de agosto de 2 a 4 de la tarde. También tendrán tiempo de lectura para los niños de 3 años o mayor el sábado 12 de julio a las 10:30 de la mañana. Todos estos eventos son gratuitos.  El centro cultural se encuentra en. 600 River St. Para hacer su reservación, favor de llamar al teléfono 512-974-3785.

  • La Ciudad de Austin está emocionada por ser la primera en el país en asociarse con la campaña “I Want to Be Recycled” (“Quiero Ser Reciclado”) de Keep America Beautiful. Esta campaña  pide que en cada hogar  aumente en 5 libras su reciclaje mensual. Austin Resource Recovery  informará periódicamente a la comunidad sobre el progreso de nuestro reto hasta el Día América Recicla: el 15 de noviembre.\

  • Recuerde que toda esta información además de otros servicios y programas ofrecidos por la ciudad de Austin los puede conseguir llamando al Austin 311 y le contestaran en español.

Jul 24, 2014 - 10:13 am CDT

These events were in an Univision news segment the week of July 28th

  •  The Mexican American Cultural Arts Center will present another edition of movies from the “Cine de Oro” time period from Mexico. This year the movies they will show star: Cantinflas- a very famous actor and comedian from Mexico. The movies will be held the last Tuesday of every month starting at 9:30am. Screenings will begin July 29th and will continue until October 28th. The event is free and seniors will be able to enjoy a healthy and free lunch following the movie.
  • The Austin Water Utility Department will hold public information meetings for the community on Wednesday July 30th at 6pm. This meeting will cover some of the changes in policies and procedures the department has made to better manage utility resources. The meeting will be held at the Waller Creek Building located at 625 E. 10th St. Parking will be available in the garage.

  • The City of Austin is looking for fall interns to work in the Community Engagement division of the Communications & Public Information Office. For more information about requirements and how to apply, please visit the webpage below listed under related links, or call 512-974-2955. Applications will be accepted until August 8th.

Estos eventos se anunciaron en Univisión la semema del  28 de Julio

  • El centro cultural MACC presentara nuevamente otra edición de películas de la época del cine de oro de México. Este año enseñaran películas del gran actor y comediante, Cantinflas Las películas serán el ultimo martes de cada mes a las 9:30 de la mañana empezando el 29 de julio, hasta el 28 de octubre. El evento es gratuito y personas de edad madura podrán disfrutar un almuerzo saludable y gratuito después de la película.

  • El departamento de Agua de Austin tendrá una junta informativa pública para la comunidad el miércoles 30 de julio. La junta será sobre los cambios a las políticas y procedimientos que está haciendo el departamento de agua. La junta empieza a las 6 de la tarde y será en el Centro de Waller Creek localizado en el 625 al este de la calle 10. Estacionamiento será disponible en el garaje.

  • La Ciudad de Austin y el departamento de participación comunicatoria están buscando internos para el otoño. Para más información sobre requisitos y como aplicar, visite el portal AustinTexas.gov/comunidad o llamando al 512-974-2955. Se solicitan estudiantes que estén en la universidad o college comunitario. Se aceptaran aplicaciones hasta el 8 de agosto.

Apr 20, 2015 - 04:16 pm CDT

Slam poetry, live music and the challenges and goals of the greatest city in Texas- after one-hundred days in office Mayor Adler delivers the first State of the City Address.

On Monday evening, April 13, 2015 in a free and open event at the new A.I.S.D. Performing Arts Center Mayor Alder gave the first Annual State of the City Address for Austin, Texas. Special guests also included AISD Superintendent Dr. Paul Cruz, a musical performance by Max Frost, poetry by Christopher Michael and A Vision for Austin's Future by AISD Student Valentina Tovar.

The Mayor discussed the future of Austin, touching on the biggest challenges including mobility, affordability, permitting, health care and inequality and provided a broad scope of solutions to push forward for a greater Austin. As Adler noted in his speech, "Austin is a great city, a unique city, a much loved and admired city and as a result, we've become something we never set out to be: a big city.” Adler and the Council hope to overcome these challenges using challenge-specific solutions, with the broader mindset of "inclusion, innovation and intentional improvisation."

The Community Engagement intern team was also in attendance to aid the Mayor’s office in ticket collection, ushering and directing the media.

Click here to watch the speech!

 

-Madeline Krebs, Community Engagement Intern

Agenda
Apr 20, 2015 - 03:33 pm CDT

On April 15th, 2015 the City of Austin hosted the second Community Journalist Conference. The conference was held to enhance collaboration between the City and local media outlets, with a special focus on minority media outlets. Over forty journalist and media representatives attended to network and receive the inside scoop from City of Austin Public Information Office (PIO) team members.

After a welcome from Mayor Adler, the attendees learned about the various City departments as well as a two panel presentations. The first panel discussion was based on transparency and walked through protocol for social media, news releases, press conferences and open records requests. The panelists also discussed Austin 3-1-1, emergency communication and other tools and information to further the City’s transparency. The second panel hosted representatives from other departments like Parks and Rec, Transportation, Neighborhood Housing Community Division and Health and Human Services to discuss their respective roles throughout the City and within their departments.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The attendees also go to hear the latest stories pitched from the Public Information Office Media specialists and get introduced to the ATXN, the City’s own video production team. The morning was not without plenty of networking opportunities between City staff and other journalists and media staff- and of course some pan dulce and donuts to sweeten the affair.

      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A big thank you to all of our participants! Be sure to check out the event video and photos. Stay tuned for the next Community Journalist Conference!

 

Check out the official Twitter hashtag #CJC15 below! 

 


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- Madeline Krebs, Community Engagement Intern

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Apr 08, 2015 - 03:22 pm CDT

The City of Austin held the first-ever Community Journalist Conference on March 31st in the Boards and Commissions Room at City Hall. Community media outlets from all over the Austin area came and gave the City feedback on what they would like to see and there were several presentations about resources that the City has to offer. Some topics addressed were:

  • Demographics
  •  Public participation
  • Online transparency
  • Social media
  • The City protocol for large events

Check out the video below:

 

 

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Apr 06, 2015 - 08:45 am CDT

Here are upcoming events as featured on Univision:

The City of Austin encourages you to keep Austin Beautiful by registering for our city wide cleanup event Saturday April 11th from 9am to 11am. You will not only be participating in helping to keep Austin a clean city, but there will also be live music, free lunch, drinks, snacks and treats, free t-shirt’s, and door prizes. Locations vary according to zip code but if you are interested, please visit https://keepaustinbeautiful.org/blog/clean-sweep-it-takes-village to learn more.

Austin Parks and Recreation wants to offer a day of fun for you and your four legged friends by hosting a pet extravaganza at the Metz Recreation Center from 11am until 2pm on Saturday April 11th from 11am to 2pm. Come and enjoy free fun activities for you and your pet. There will even be contests for biggest and smallest pet as well as coolest trick, so don’t be afraid to show off your furry friend.

If you have a passion for exploring different cultures, or are just interested in learning about global culture, The George Washington Carver Museum Cultural and Genealogy Center will be presenting Celebrate me! Ghana. Join us and explore the dress, food, customs, history, music and more of Ghana. This event is free and open to the public and will be Saturday April 11th from 12pm-4pm. To RSVP, please call (512) 974 4926.

The Urban Forestry Division of Austin Parks and Recreation is hosting The Trees of Govalle, a civic spectacle featuring live performances of city workers showing the challenging and hidden work of the Urban Forestry employees. It will be on Sunday April 12th at 8pm at Govalle Park and is free and open to the public with reservations online at http://www.forkliftdanceworks.org/reservations-trees-govalle#overlay-context=trees-govalle.

While Christmas may not be the first thing on your mind in April, the Austin Police Department is already hard at work getting ready for the 2015 holiday season’s Operation Blue Santa and need your help redesigning their t-shirt logo. They have opened up a t-shirt redesign contest and are taking submission now until Wednesday, June 10th. If you have a knack for design and are interested in joining the contest, you can fill out an entry form at https://www.austintexas.gov/event/operation-blue-santa-2015-t-shirt-redesign-contest and submit it along with your design digitally on the same website. Winners will walk with the Operation Blue Santa parade float and hand out 25 T-shirts with their winning design.

More Info:

Operation Blue Santa: https://www.austintexas.gov/event/operation-blue-santa-2015-t-shirt-redesign-contest

Longhorn Run: http://www.utlonghornrun.com/

Clean Sweep: https://keepaustinbeautiful.org/blog/clean-sweep-it-takes-village

Pet Extravaganza: https://www.austintexas.gov/event/4-legged-friends-pet-extravaganza-metz

Trees of Govalle:https://www.austintexas.gov/event/trees-govalle-see-trees-through-forest-dance

 

ADDRESSES

  • Pet extravaganza: Metz Recreation Center: 2407 Cantebury Street Austin, 78702
  • Celebrate Me! Ghana: 1165 Angelina Street Austin, TX 78702
  • Trees of Govalle: Govalle Park: 5200 Bolm Road Austin, Tx 78721

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Mar 06, 2015 - 02:35 pm CST

City Works Academy Class of 2014- Where Are They Now?

 The Austin CityWorks Academy is an inside look at how the Austin government works. Participants develop a rich understanding of the City's governmental processes through 12 weekly classes and many hands on opportunities. Check out below to see what some of the Class of 2014 graduates are up to now! 

Avi Cohen

Since his time in the CityWorks Academy, Avi Cohen has continued to work in City of Austin engagement initiatives after learning about all that the city offers and the various departments that help the city function. He uses his CityWorks knowledge on a daily basis to help other Austinites around him, directing them to the many study resources of the library or the unique exhibits at the Austin Nature and Science Center. He has also gotten a new job since CityWorks and credits his experience in the Academy on his resume as showing his community leadership skills and helping him land the job.

While his graduation from the program is rather recent, he has already attended a Conversation Corps meeting and signed up to be a host of future Conversation Corps. Cohen is also very interested in serving on a board or commission, when those positions open up in July.  He credits his experience in CityWorks to contributing his awareness and desire to getting involved in Conversation Corps and serving on Board or Commission.

In Cohen’s own words,

“CityWorks definitely opened my eyes to much of what the City has to offer and all of its departments. I know of more fun places to go, more programs and opportunities that are available, and feel more connected to my city.”

 

Alexis Gonzales

Alexis Gonzales is not only a graduate of the 2014 CityWorks Academy, but also a graduate of the Citizens Police Academy and soon to be graduate of St. Edwards University with a degree in criminal justice pre-law major and a psychology minor. Gonzales also currently interns at the Travis County District Attorney’s Office.

Prior to entering the Academy, Gonzales admits she was “embarrassed about how little [she] knew about all the departments that allow the City to function.” Not wanting to be unware or uninformed she applied for CityWorks to learn the ins and outs of Austin.  Not only did she leave the program as a more educated citizen and individual, she picked up many opportunities and experiences during and following her time in CityWorks.

            During one of the meetings with a presentation by the Office of the Police Monitor, Gonzalez was told about open spots on the Citizen Review Panel and after applying and interviewing, she was offered a spot on the panel by the City Manager. This position has included ride-alongs with APD and getting to use the firearms training simulator.

            Gonzales also heard about the Fire—Community Advisory Board (F-CAB) through the Austin Fire Department during her time in the Academy and was able to apply and be placed on the board this past month.

            Gonzales credits CityWorks for getting her more deeply involved with the community even though she’s only twenty-one years old, explaining that

“I cannot say enough how grateful I've been for all the opportunities that have come my way. Had I not done the CityWorks Academy...I do not think I would be where I'm at. A lot of people tell me that it's great that I'm so young and am doing all these things, but age shouldn't be the great part about it. The great part should be about getting involved in one's community, no matter what your age.”

            Always eager for more ways to be involved, Gonzales is also looking into opportunities with CASA of Travis County and VIPS with APD.

 

Mary Arnett

Since her graduation from the program Mary Arnett has been involved in many community organizations. She has a long standing involvement in the Friends of North Shoal Creek neighborhood association.  

However, Arnett has also expanded her engagement to involvement to Austinites for Urban Rail Action (AURA) and The Citizen Led Austin Safety Partnership (CLASP). AURA works to better land use and transportation policy to make Austin greener, more affordable, and more livable. CLASP, another positive neighborhood initiative program that focuses on crime prevention through neighborhood watch groups, affiliated organizations and individuals working to increase neighborhood safety. In addition to all of these groups, Arnett also is currently serving on the Fire Department Citizen Advisory Council.

Looking forward, Arnett will also be one of the wonderful hosts of the Conversation Corps program, a joint initiative between Leadership Austin, Capitol Metro, AISD and the City of Austin. There she will host engaging and meaningful conversation topics each month that will bring important issues and civic topics to the community, increasing input on public issues. 

Courtney Horm

Courtney loved her time at the CityWorks Academy and found the speakers, topics and staff to be spectacular.

She is currently in the 83rd Class for the Austin Citizen Police Academy, an experience she heard about through the CityWorks Academy. Through the fourteen week Citizen Police Academy course she is learning about how the Police Department works in Austin. The program itself has grown from nineteen to almost one-hundred participants in just three years.

Horm says that

“[She] had a great experience week after week and [she] would recommend the CityWorks Academy to anyone and highly encourage all citizens to apply for the prestigious opportunity.”

Where could CityWorks Academy take you? 

 

- Madeline Krebs, Community Engagement Intern 

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Mar 04, 2015 - 04:27 pm CST

Meeting the Community  Engagement Interns

The Community Engagement office currently has five interns that each work on a variety of projects to aid in the public input gathering for City Council policy questions, design and facilitate activities to develop community consent and facilitate activities meant to resolve issues and concerns in Austin. 

 

Christina Johnson

Christina Johnson is a Senior at Crockett High School and came to the Community Engagement department through the Austin Corps program, where high school students visit multiple departments followed by an internship with the city.

 Her current project is coordinating the Community Journalist Conference, which promotes collaboration between the City and minority media outlets. She will also be working on various economic development projects such as creating a Cultural Tourism Plan and working on the commission on immigrant affairs surveys.

Here’s what she has to say about the position:

“I chose this internship because even though I have lived in eight countries before moving to Austin, this is the first place that really felt like home. I am always learning and experiencing new things around the city, so I want to give back to my community. I’ll be sad to leave for college next year, but I will always consider Austin my hometown.”

Fun Facts:

She loves period dramas, has four dogs, and came in 121st place at the World’s Largest Ninja Tournament of 2012.

 

Madeline Krebs

Madeline Krebs is a junior at the University of Texas studying Corporate Communications with a Business certificate from McCombs School of Business. She is an active member of the Communication Council and on the Student Government Agency for Disabled Students Rights. She previously interned at the City of Austin in Media Relations positions and is excited to continue working at City Hall in a new cubicle doing Community Engagement.

While she finds all of the projects uniquely engaging and interesting, she is really looking forward to working on the College Student Engagement Initiative because of the issue of it being so close to home, as an Austin college student.  She is also excited to do some writing for the Community Engagement blog. In addition to those projects, she’s looking forward to diving into community development projects like Restore Rundberg and 411 Chicon to see how they grow and change.

Here’s what she thinks about the position:

“I love working at Austin City Hall because it keeps me in tune with the community and issues that directly affect me. People get caught up in national issues, right and left, democrat vs. republican and while those are all just causes and something I think more people should be involved in, I find that people often lose sight of the issues that are closest to home - municipal issues. I’m excited to dive into this hands-on experience connecting stakeholders with issues that matter to them and making sure their voice is heard.”

Fun Facts:

The days she does not work at City Hall she is also employed by the University of Texas School of Law where she works on planning and coordinating special events like the tailgate and reunion.

She love puns, jicama (an underrated root vegetable) and hates enclosed water slides.

 

Lizzette Marrero

Lizzette “Lizzy” Marrero is a student at the University of Texas at Austin double majoring in Government and International relations with a minor in Latin American studies, as well as a competitor  on the Speech Team. She also has previous experience at Project Vote Smart as a Legislative Intern and at the Rad Law Firm as a Filing Clerk.

Lizzy enjoys working on her array of projects because they all are important to her in different ways. As an East Austin resident she is excited to work on the Levander Loop project where she can take on the challenge of developing this area while also keeping in mind the concerns of the community members, since she is one herself.

Here’s what she thinks about the position:

“I love working at City Hall because oftentimes as a college student living in Austin feels so unreal. It is easy to think  “I’m just here for college,” and interning at city hall puts things into perspective. It reminds me that I am currently part of an incredible community and a city unlike any other that is changing rapidly and as a member of the community have a role to actively engage in that change. I love living in Austin because it has something for every kind of individual. There is never a dull moment in a city so rich in culture. Also the food…. It’s a good thing I like to exercise.”

Fun fact(s)

She a black belt in Karate and loves running on the boardwalk trail at Lady Bird Lake.

 

Emily Smith

Emily Smith is a senior at the University of Texas studying Sociology and Business Foundations. During her time at UT Austin, she has served as an Orientation Advisor, the President of the Undergraduate Studies Council, the Community Engagement and Development Student Associate at University Apartments and a member of the Voices Against Violence student organization.

She was nominated by the Dean of the School of Undergraduate Studies to be one of the first Longhorn Center for Civic Engagement City Hall Fellows, which led to her apply for this position. Last semester she assisted the Transportation department with stakeholder meetings to establish a policy for Transportation Network Companies and helped the Parks department plan a series of public meetings regarding overcrowding at Walsh Boat landing. This spring she is excited to continue working with Leadership Austin to launch Conversation Corps, a new program that will engage the people of Austin in meaningful dialogue focused on public issues, hosted by volunteers across the entire city.

Here’s what she has to say about the position:

“Having lived in Austin for my whole life, I truly cherish this opportunity to give something back to the wonderful city that raised me. I have learned so much about how my city government runs and about the innovative, dedicated people that make it run. I have also learned about the amount of coordination that goes into creating quality community engagement. It’s important to me that everyone in Austin has a chance to be heard when it comes to issues that affect our city, and I’m honored to be even a small part of the effort to make engagement more accessible, inclusive, and effective.”

Fun Facts:

She is a proud co-oper and a member of College Houses student cooperatives.

She enjoys acting and will be performing on campus in a student production of “Couples” by Rich Orloff this April.

She can’t control how much chips & salsa she eats when she’s at Chuy’s.

 

Xavier Wan

Xavier Wan is a veteran Community Engagement Intern who has worked in the department since Fall of 2014. Xavier hails from Houston, Texas and is a graduating senior at the University of Texas, studying Asian Studies and Japanese Language. どぞよろしく!He also serves as the Vice President of Japanese Association at UT, which boasts a wide array of diversity (in every sense of the word!) among the participant pool all united by their passion for the Japanese culture. He also has previous experiencing working and volunteering at the Natural Science Museum and Children Museum in Houston, where he developed his love of working with children and teaching.

This spring, among his many projects, he is continuing his work on the Asian American Quality of Life Initiative – a project spurred by members of the Asian American community in Austin, looking to check in with residents and see how quality of life can be improved in this community.

Here’s what he has to say about the position:

“I find that education is a large factor of what Community Engagement is all about. Knowledge is Power and I hope that through my efforts with the Community Engagement division, I will be able to empower community members that may have felt powerless before. I am inspired by the City of Austin’s dedication to hearing input and feedback from its peoples.”

Fun Facts:

He loves Super heroes- Captain America is his favorite.

Growing up, he had a silver Arowana fish named Chris.

 

 

-Madeline Krebs, Community Engagement Intern 

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Aug 07, 2014 - 11:59 am CDT

These events were in an Univision news segment the week of August 11th

  • The last concert for Blue's on the Green will be Wednesdasy August 13, 2014. The Shinyribs and Tameca Jones will be playing at the final concert. The concert starts at 8pm and will last until 10pm. Blues on the Green is held at Zilker Park located at 2100 Barton Springs Road.
     
  • The Travis County Sherrifs Posse has donated school supplies for elementary, middle, and high school students. On Saturday August 16, 2014, the Montopolis Recreation Center will be hosting a school supplies giveaway. Students in elementary-high school must be present to recieve 10 tickets at the door. With 10 tickets, students will be able to choose 10 different items. This event will be from 10am to 12pm. The Montopolis Recreation Center is located at 1200 Montopolis Drive. Remember, this is while supplies last so be sure to get there early!
     
  • There will be a Back to School festival and parade on Sunday August 17, 2014. The festival will be from 1pm to 7pm and the parade will be from 3pm to 6pm. The festival will be at the Bartholomew Park located on 1800 E 51st Street.
     
  • For more information about these events or other City projects, please call Austin 311.

Estos eventos se anunciaron en Univisión la semema del 11 de Agosto

  • El último concierto de Blue's on the Green será el miércoles 13 de Agosto. El concierto empieza a las 8 de la noche. Esta semana tocaran los Shinyribs y Tameca Jones. El concierto será en el parque Zilker localizado en el 2100 Barton Springs Road.

  • El Condado de Travis Sheriffs Posse ha donado útiles escolares para niños de primaria, secundaria y bachillerato. El sábado 16 de agosto estudiantes de primaria a bachillerato tendrán la oportunidad de escoger 10 útiles escolares con 10 boletos que les darán enla entrada. Los estudienates tienen que estar presente para recibir los 10 boletos. Este evento será en el centro de recreación de Montopolis de 10 de la mañana a las 12 de la tarde. El centro de recreación se encuentra en el 1200 Montopolis Drive. Es importante llegar temprano para tener la oportunidad de escoger los utiles.

  • Recuerde que toda esta información además de otros servicios y programas ofrecidos por la ciudad de Austin los puede conseguir llamando al Austin 311 y le contestaran en español.

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Jul 31, 2014 - 01:13 pm CDT

These events were in an Univision news segment the week of August 4th

  • The City of Austin and the Parks and Recreation Department will host their 3rd public meeting for the Austin Cemetery Master plan. This meeting will be on Saturday August 23, 2014 from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm at  the Austin Public Library- Ruiz Branch located on 1600 Grove Boulevard.
     
  • The Emma S. Barrientos/Mexican American Cultural Center will have a variety of free family events and adult classes this summer. They are offering free yoga classes every Saturday at 10am until August 7th. They will also be having free salsa dance workshops from 2 pm to 4 pm on the following dates: August 9, and August 23. There will also be a bilingual story time on July 12 at 10:30am for ages 3 and up. To make your reservation for any of these events, please call 512-974-3785. The Mexican American Cultural Center is located at 600 River St.
     
  • The City of Austin is proud to announce that they are the first city in the country to accociate with the "I Want to Be Recycled" campaing of Keep America Beautiful. This campaign is to motivate Austin residents to recycle 5lbs more each month. This campaign will last until America Recycles day on November 15, 2014.
     
  • For more information about these events or other City projects, please call Austin 311

Estos eventos se anunciaron en Univisión la semema del 4 de Agosto

  • La Ciudad de Austin y el departamento de Parques y Recreaciones tendrá su tercera junta para el gran plan de los cementerios histórico de Austin. La junta es para toda la comunidad el sábado 23 de agosto a las 10:30 de la mañana hasta las 12:30 de la tarde en la biblioteca Ruiz localizado en el 1600 Grove Boulevard.
  • El centro cultural Emma S. Barrientos tendrá varios eventos familiares y clases para adultos este verano. Tendrán clases de yoga cada sábado hasta el 7 de agosto a las 10 de la mañana. Tendrán clases de salsa los sábados el 9 de agosto y el 23 de agosto de 2 a 4 de la tarde. También tendrán tiempo de lectura para los niños de 3 años o mayor el sábado 12 de julio a las 10:30 de la mañana. Todos estos eventos son gratuitos.  El centro cultural se encuentra en. 600 River St. Para hacer su reservación, favor de llamar al teléfono 512-974-3785.

  • La Ciudad de Austin está emocionada por ser la primera en el país en asociarse con la campaña “I Want to Be Recycled” (“Quiero Ser Reciclado”) de Keep America Beautiful. Esta campaña  pide que en cada hogar  aumente en 5 libras su reciclaje mensual. Austin Resource Recovery  informará periódicamente a la comunidad sobre el progreso de nuestro reto hasta el Día América Recicla: el 15 de noviembre.\

  • Recuerde que toda esta información además de otros servicios y programas ofrecidos por la ciudad de Austin los puede conseguir llamando al Austin 311 y le contestaran en español.

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Jul 24, 2014 - 10:13 am CDT

These events were in an Univision news segment the week of July 28th

  •  The Mexican American Cultural Arts Center will present another edition of movies from the “Cine de Oro” time period from Mexico. This year the movies they will show star: Cantinflas- a very famous actor and comedian from Mexico. The movies will be held the last Tuesday of every month starting at 9:30am. Screenings will begin July 29th and will continue until October 28th. The event is free and seniors will be able to enjoy a healthy and free lunch following the movie.
  • The Austin Water Utility Department will hold public information meetings for the community on Wednesday July 30th at 6pm. This meeting will cover some of the changes in policies and procedures the department has made to better manage utility resources. The meeting will be held at the Waller Creek Building located at 625 E. 10th St. Parking will be available in the garage.

  • The City of Austin is looking for fall interns to work in the Community Engagement division of the Communications & Public Information Office. For more information about requirements and how to apply, please visit the webpage below listed under related links, or call 512-974-2955. Applications will be accepted until August 8th.

Estos eventos se anunciaron en Univisión la semema del  28 de Julio

  • El centro cultural MACC presentara nuevamente otra edición de películas de la época del cine de oro de México. Este año enseñaran películas del gran actor y comediante, Cantinflas Las películas serán el ultimo martes de cada mes a las 9:30 de la mañana empezando el 29 de julio, hasta el 28 de octubre. El evento es gratuito y personas de edad madura podrán disfrutar un almuerzo saludable y gratuito después de la película.

  • El departamento de Agua de Austin tendrá una junta informativa pública para la comunidad el miércoles 30 de julio. La junta será sobre los cambios a las políticas y procedimientos que está haciendo el departamento de agua. La junta empieza a las 6 de la tarde y será en el Centro de Waller Creek localizado en el 625 al este de la calle 10. Estacionamiento será disponible en el garaje.

  • La Ciudad de Austin y el departamento de participación comunicatoria están buscando internos para el otoño. Para más información sobre requisitos y como aplicar, visite el portal AustinTexas.gov/comunidad o llamando al 512-974-2955. Se solicitan estudiantes que estén en la universidad o college comunitario. Se aceptaran aplicaciones hasta el 8 de agosto.

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