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  • 2025 Spring - Community Health Worker Training

    ENROLLING NOW FOR SPRING '25 Community Health Worker TRAINING A 16-week, virtual, self-paced course to receive in-demand training, certification, and workforce skills to become a public health advocate IMPORTANT DATES - FLYER SEPT 3 Applications Open DEC 3 Application Due JAN 21 Virtual orientation JAN 23 First Day of Class Spring Break, MAR 10-14 MAY 8 Last day APPLY NOW » 214.730.0100 contact@empoweringthemasses.org Go to the Website Community Health Worker Training Page

  • Empowering the Masses Awarded the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award

    President’s Lifetime Achievement Award An unexpected honor! Our Executive Director’s reaction says it all – receiving the President’s Lifetime Achievement Award was a truly incredible moment. None of this would’ve been possible without our dedicated team and their unwavering commitment to serving our community. Huge thanks to Dr. Leah Vanterpool for her personal visit to present this prestigious accolade. Together, we continue to make a difference! #TeamWork #Gratitude #CommunityService

  • 2024 Fall - Community Health Worker Training

    ENROLLING NOW FOR FALL '24 Community Health Worker TRAINING A 16-week, virtual, self-paced course to receive in-demand training, certification, and workforce skills to become a public health advocate IMPORTANT DATES - FLYER JULY 9 Application Due AUG 13 virtual orientation at 7p AUG 15 Classes start Thanksgiving Break, Nov 18-22 DEC 5 Last day APPLY NOW » 214.730.0100 contact@empoweringthemasses.org Go to the Website Community Health Worker Training Page

  • 2024 Fall - Phlebotomy Training

    ENROLLING NOW FOR FALL '24 PHLEBOTOMY TRAINING A 12-week course to receive in-demand training, certification, and workforce skills to become a medical professional In-person trainings on Tues and Thurs nights IMPORTANT DATES - FLYER JULY 9 Application Due SEP 3 orientation at MLK Center in person, at 6:30p Address: 2922 MLK Jr. Blvd, Dallas, TX 75215 SEPT 10 Classes start Thanksgiving Break, Nov 18-22 DEC 5 Last day IMPORTANT DATES - FLYER JULY 9 Application Due AUG 27 orientation at For Oak Cliff in person, at 6:30p Address: 907 E Ledbetter Dr, Dallas, TX 75216 SEPT 10 Classes start Thanksgiving Break, Nov 18-22 DEC 5 Last day APPLY NOW » 214.730.0100 contact@empoweringthemasses.org Go to the Website Phlebotomy Training Page

  • 2024 Lunch & Learn May - Mental Health Awareness

    2024 Lunch & Learn May - Mental Health Awareness

  • Finalists Announced: D CEO’s Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards 2024

    D CEO Award Programs Presented in partnership with Communities Foundation of Texas, this year's awards recognize 135 North Texas leaders and organizations. D CEO has named finalists in its seventh annual Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards, presented in partnership with the Communities Foundation of Texas..... Dallas, Community, Community Support, Social Services, Collaborating, Empowerment, Phlebotomy Training, Nonprofit

  • 2024 Lunch & Learn April - Financial Literacy

    2024 Lunch & Learn April - Financial Literacy

  • 2024 Spring Phlebotomy Graduation

    2024 Springs Phlebotomy Graduation CONGRATURATIONS!! in Methodist Charlton Medical Center Phlebotomy Training Methodist Charlton Medical Center & Empowering The Masses #Phlebotomy #graduation

  • 2024 Lunch & Learn March - Heart Healthy Thriving

    2024 Lunch & Learn February - Senior Advocacy Programs in DFW

  • No Food Distribution, Sat 3/16

    No Food Distribution Saturday, March 16th Out of Office Updates We will not be in the office for Spring Break from March 11th to March 17th. Our team will be taking a break to recharge and spend time with our families. Regular operations will resume on Monday, March 18th. Thank you for your understanding and patience. We are excited to reconnect with you upon our return.

  • 2024 Lunch & Learn - Senior Advocacy Programs in DFW

    2024 Lunch & Learn February - Senior Advocacy Programs in DFW

  • Collaborating with Communities to Better Understand Philanthropy's Impact

    Walton Family Foundation A fellowship with Southern Methodist University is helping make the field of philanthropic evaluation more equitable and inclusive Communities Impact or philanthropic evaluator and post-graduate fellow Endaisia Love, a particular phrase drives her work: “nothing about us−without us.” “Traditionally, the role of the evaluator is to be totally objective,” she says. “But there are real people attached to what we do, and that’s important to remember. In the communities that.... Food Access, Dallas, Community, Community Market, Community Support, Social Services, Collaborating, Empowerment

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