Amplify LatinX opens an office in Lawrence!

We are thrilled to welcome this wonderful organization to Lawrence and look forward to the great and positive impact they will have in this community!

Amplify LatinX's mission is advancing a new era of Latino prosperity by expanding Latinx leadership across sectors, galvanizing legislative and public support, and championing continual economic mobility.

"We're thrilled to be in Lawrence to support entrepreneurs via the ALX Small Business Program. Our programs meet our clients where they are, and a lot of them are in Lawrence, where 82% of the population is of Hispanic/Latino origin (Census Bureau data)," - Amplify LatinX


White Fund Enlightenment Series

NECC Lawrence campus hosted a presentation called “Unpacking Imposter Syndrome,” led by Yvonne Castañeda, the Director of Community-Based Initiatives at the Boston College School of Social Work and a Massachusetts-licensed mental health clinician.

In this interactive presentation, students gained valuable insights into the impact of cultural norms on self-confidence, identity formation, and authenticity, and they learned how to work through imposter syndrome as they navigate higher education and their own professional development. Many of these students were participants in the Lawrence High School Pathways program, with which LP collaborates.

This presentation was coordinated by our former Staff Associate, Giselle Peguero, who is now the Associate Director of the Lawrence Campus & Community Relations at Northern Essex Community College, and she invited the team to the presentation.


Professional Opportunities

Find even more jobs from across our larger Lawrence Partnership network on the new Job Board on our website!


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Additional Opportunities

Nominate a candidate for our RISE Fellowship Program!

Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis for the next RISE Fellowship cohort, gathering virtually from January to June 2024! As an INP community member, they are looking to you to help them reach more individuals in Western New York, New York City, or Boston – with five or fewer years of work experience in the social impact sector – through this nationally recognized program. Nominate someone for this opportunity to join INP and build meaningful connections to support their leadership journey from the start!

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Call for Governor's Awards Nominations

Do you know a local humanities leader? Nominate them for a 2024 Governor’s Award in the Humanities today! MassHumanities is currently accepting nominations of leaders whose public actions are grounded in an appreciation of the humanities and who have acted to enhance civic life in the Commonwealth.

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