Our Executive Director, George A. Ramirez, had the honor of attending Mayor Brian A. DePeña’s 2nd State of the City Address. In this photograph, Mr. Ramirez is pictured alongside Mayor DePeña, Walkiria Manzueta, Business Development Manager at Home Shop Properties, Inc., and a valued member of the Lawrence Partnership Board, as well as Dr. Noemi Custodia-Lora, Vice-President of Lawrence Campus & Community Relations at Northern Essex Community College.


Lawrence Partnership Deputy Director, Karina Calderon, attended the annual meeting of the Lawrence Cable Access Televation (LCAT).

Pictured are LCAT staff Joshua, Sara and Karina. Thank you LCAT for hosting us.


Join us on the 2nd Thursday of each month

Únete a nosotros el segundo jueves de cada mes

Please share!


¡Por favor comparte!


Professional Opportunities

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


City of Lawrence:

The Community Group

Esperanza Academy

Family Services of the Merrimack Valley

Lawrence Alliance for Education (LAE):

Lawrence CommunityWorks

Massachusetts Advocates for Children (MAC)

Merrimack Valley YMCA

Northern Essex Community College (NECC)

Additional Opportunities

ALX Annual Impact Celebration

Learn about the impact of Amplify LatinX's work in 2023 and preview our exciting plans for 2024. You’ll also meet some of our 2023 ALX100 honorees and engage with the ALX community in a beautiful setting.

This event is free but registration is required, so be sure to reserve your spot in advance!

Tuesday, March 12 - 6:30-9pm

Peabody Essex Museum

161 Essex Street, Salem, MA

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The State of Well-being in the Social Sector

Join us virtually to unpack the latest burnout and well-being trends among nonprofit leaders, as well as research-backed tools for increasing well-being in the workplace. This free session will feature INP Chief Strategy & Administration Officer Patrick Kirby in conversation with special guests Leah Janey, Chief Human Resources Officer at HopeWell Inc., and Darshan Mehta, Director of the Office of Well-being at Massachusetts General Hospital.

Wednesday, March 13 - 12-1pm


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ECCF's Institute for Trustees

Registration for the 15th Annual Institute for Trustees - the area's largest nonprofit leadership conference - is officially open. If you are a nonprofit board member or executive director looking to build the capacity of your organization, head on over to ECCF's website to read the details about the keynote kickoff on March 20 and descriptions of the 19 virtual workshops being offered as part of the conference.

Wednesday, March 20 - 6pm

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Her Story Her Way: Women Leading with Grace, Power and Impact

Blazing A Trail - Success Stories from Women Leaders and Entrepreneurs

Come be inspired by our amazing panel and connect with other women leaders at our networking reception to celebrate women in business. You'll hear from 4 trailblazing women on their leadership and entrepreneurial journey.

Wednesday, March 27 - 4-6:30pm

iHub Haverhill

2 Merrimack Street, 3rd Floor, Haverhill

Tickets ($10) >>

The 2024 Digital Equity Challenge is now open!

Individuals, students and organizations are invited to apply to the challenge to win seed funding to launch or grow your digital equity solutions. We are seeking community-based, entrepreneurial solutions that address Digital Equity in Essex County, Mass.

If you have a project, business or non-profit solution around these target areas, we encourage you to enter the 2024 Digital Equity Challenge:

  • Increasing Digital Literacy
  • Access to Devices and Technology
  • Elevating Racial Equity in Digital Resources and Opportunities

Finalists will present live at the 2024 Digital Equity Challenge on May 2 at the UMass Lowell Innovation Hub Haverhill.


Friday, March 29

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