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2023 Women's History Market
The Woman's History Market is an indoor community celebration welcoming all to showcase the diversity and camaraderie of the region via performances, live art, exhibits, crafts, food, fashion, and music.
March 24th, 25th & 26th (12:00 PM-6 PM)
Vendor & Community Organization Registration Below!
Google Certification, on BOB!
Scholarships for the new Google Career Certificates are now available, and Black Owned Brockton is excited to help bring these scholarships to our community.
The Google Career Certificate program can help you get on the fast track to a competitively paid job in a high-growth field. You don’t need relevant experience or a degree to complete this flexible, online job training. Just put the skills, passion, and ambition you already have to work.
Explore what the program has to offer at https://tinyurl.com/bdfu8c9p Learn more about how the Google Career Certificates work to put you on the path to in-demand jobs.
Joining a board is about your service to others and developing as a leader. Our community in Brockton is huge and has an abundance of leaders and world changers. Dedicated to our development and each other’s success is what we are all about. This is a unique opportunity for you to give back, grow, connect, and have fun with some amazing individuals in your community.
We are seeking individuals with diverse backgrounds and life experiences who will help further our mission. As we grow, we are committed to continued excellence combined with increased diversity and inclusion.
We are particularly interested in bringing on board members with nonprofit experience and/or business/corporate connections in diverse areas of Greater Brockton a demonstrated commitment to addressing, racial equity, and social equity, and strengthening small businesses within the community.
If you want to be considered for one of the several positions open on the board, please click the picture to access the application.