“October had tremendous possibility. The summer’s oppressive heat was a distant memory, and the golden leaves promised a world full of beautiful adventures. They made me believe in miracles.” ― Sarah Guillory
We at UNPHC are ready for the October colors, little ghouls and witches, and the miracle of asking for candy and getting it.
In addition; we have some exciting opportunities for you!
As part of a partnership with Comcast, we will be announcing “Lift Zones”; UNPHC locations where you can access high speed internet free of charge. Look for an announcement and online “ribbon cuttings” on October 12th.
In addition to Lift Zones, we have a limited amount of Chromebooks and laptops to give away to qualified recipients. If you are in need of a laptop, or a Chromebook, please email Ginger Tolman at email@example.com.
Employment is our topic this month and whether you are new to the job force, or retired and looking for a little extra income, we’ve got some great connections for you. We realize many of you may have lost jobs during the pandemic or had hours reduced. The Department of workforce services is one-stop shopping for access to training, jobs, and resources to help you get back on your feet. You can access a database of over 20,000 jobs in many fields, as well as apply for food stamps, find assistance for food, child care, medical, financial, disability, and unemployment insurance. Online at:
As we all know, technology is one employment field that keeps on ticking. Think you are too young, or too old to code? Think again. Teenagers and seniors alike have found new lives and hobbies. The job outlook for workers with website coding abilities is good. If you’re interested in taking a coding class, let your property manager know and we may be able to help. Also, here are some free resources for learning to code: