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News and Press Releases

 

January 10, 2011

          Summer Work Employment Experience Training Program (SWEET-P) summer jobs applications are now available. To download a printable copy, please click here (application will open in a new window).
          Completed applications should be returned to Clinton L. Johnson Center for Economic Development (1655 Eagle Drive, Mobile, AL 36605) or Youth Academy (1555-B Eagle Drive, Mobile, AL 36605) by 4 p.m. Friday, March 11, 2011.
          For more information or to receive a copy of the application via mail, call 470-0226.

 

June 27, 2010

          The Mobile Housing Board is sponsoring many activities this summer for youth who live in its affordable housing developments.
          Baseball league: The BayBears Rookie League’s opening ceremony was held at Sage Park on June 15. Seven teams are participating in the league. The season continues through July 9. Each team will play 10 games. Games are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. at Sage Park.  
          The league is sponsored by the Mobile BayBears, Mobile Housing Board, Boys & Girls Clubs of South Alabama and the Prichard Housing Authority.
          Tennis classes: Tennis classes are being offered for youth who live in the Mobile Housing Board’s affordable housing developments. Classes are being held on Monday and Friday from 9-11 a.m. through July 23 at Central Plaza Towers.
          For more information, call Donald Belle, the agency’s tenant relations coordinator, at 434-2210. 
          Exploreum trips: The agency’s Community Services Department and its resident associations are coordinating field trips to the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center. Families that would like to visit the Exploreum this summer should call contact their resident association president or call Wayman Grant, tenant and community services officer, at 434-2211.
          Art camps: The Mobile Housing Board’s Youth Academy will sponsor art camps in the agency’s multi-family housing developments July 6-8.
          For information, visit the Youth Academy office at 1555-B Eagle Drive or call 434-2277.
          Math camps: The Youth Academy will also conduct math camps in July. For math camp dates and times, call 434-2277.
          Summer jobs:  Approximately 60 students are participating in the Mobile Housing Board’s summer jobs program for youth ages 16-21.
          The students received two weeks of employability training before reporting for six weeks of on-the-job training at companies and agencies throughout the city of Mobile.
          For the first time, students who are participating in the program for the third, fourth or fifth year attended advanced training, including homebuyer education classes. In these classes, they learned about renting and owning a home. Instructors explained that buying a home is an investment and a way to build wealth. 
          Homebuyer classes: Meanwhile, families from throughout the area may attend free homebuyer education classes offered by the Mobile Housing Board. The classes are held from 4-6 p.m. on Wednesdays at Revelation Baptist Church, located at 1711 Taylor Lane, off Duval Street in the Maysville area.
          The following classes will be offered next month:

  • July 7 – Financial Fitness Part IV, including obtaining insurance and financial planning;
  • July 14 – Home Maintenance Part I;
  • July 17 – Six-hour Saturday homebuyer training class;
  • July 21 – Home Maintenance Part II;
  • July 28 – Health, Safety and Energy Conservation.

          The Saturday class will be held at the Mobile Housing Board’s Real Property Services building at 1555-B Eagle Drive.
          Space is limited and reservations are required. To register for the classes, call the agency’s Real Estate Department at 434-2205.

 

 

January 10, 2011

          Summer Work Employment Experience Training Program (SWEET-P) summer jobs applications are now available. To download a printable copy, please click here (application will open in a new window).
          Completed applications should be returned to Clinton L. Johnson Center for Economic Development (1655 Eagle Drive, Mobile, AL 36605) or Youth Academy (1555-B Eagle Drive, Mobile, AL 36605) by 4 p.m. Friday, March 11, 2011.
          For more information or to receive a copy of the application via mail, call 470-0226.

 

June 27, 2010

          The Mobile Housing Board is sponsoring many activities this summer for youth who live in its affordable housing developments.
          Baseball league: The BayBears Rookie League’s opening ceremony was held at Sage Park on June 15. Seven teams are participating in the league. The season continues through July 9. Each team will play 10 games. Games are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9:30 a.m. at Sage Park.  
          The league is sponsored by the Mobile BayBears, Mobile Housing Board, Boys & Girls Clubs of South Alabama and the Prichard Housing Authority.
          Tennis classes: Tennis classes are being offered for youth who live in the Mobile Housing Board’s affordable housing developments. Classes are being held on Monday and Friday from 9-11 a.m. through July 23 at Central Plaza Towers.
          For more information, call Donald Belle, the agency’s tenant relations coordinator, at 434-2210. 
          Exploreum trips: The agency’s Community Services Department and its resident associations are coordinating field trips to the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center. Families that would like to visit the Exploreum this summer should call contact their resident association president or call Wayman Grant, tenant and community services officer, at 434-2211.
          Art camps: The Mobile Housing Board’s Youth Academy will sponsor art camps in the agency’s multi-family housing developments July 6-8.
          For information, visit the Youth Academy office at 1555-B Eagle Drive or call 434-2277.
          Math camps: The Youth Academy will also conduct math camps in July. For math camp dates and times, call 434-2277.
          Summer jobs:  Approximately 60 students are participating in the Mobile Housing Board’s summer jobs program for youth ages 16-21.
          The students received two weeks of employability training before reporting for six weeks of on-the-job training at companies and agencies throughout the city of Mobile.
          For the first time, students who are participating in the program for the third, fourth or fifth year attended advanced training, including homebuyer education classes. In these classes, they learned about renting and owning a home. Instructors explained that buying a home is an investment and a way to build wealth. 
          Homebuyer classes: Meanwhile, families from throughout the area may attend free homebuyer education classes offered by the Mobile Housing Board. The classes are held from 4-6 p.m. on Wednesdays at Revelation Baptist Church, located at 1711 Taylor Lane, off Duval Street in the Maysville area.
          The following classes will be offered next month:

  • July 7 – Financial Fitness Part IV, including obtaining insurance and financial planning;
  • July 14 – Home Maintenance Part I;
  • July 17 – Six-hour Saturday homebuyer training class;
  • July 21 – Home Maintenance Part II;
  • July 28 – Health, Safety and Energy Conservation.

          The Saturday class will be held at the Mobile Housing Board’s Real Property Services building at 1555-B Eagle Drive.
          Space is limited and reservations are required. To register for the classes, call the agency’s Real Estate Department at 434-2205.