AmeriCorps Position Openings in the Criminal Justice Field

Graduating and trying to figure out what you’ll do next year?

Interested in serving your community through a year of national
service with AmeriCorps?

 Want to work to end poverty through anti-violence work and
community building?

Come learn about AmeriCorps positions in Seattle’s Criminal Justice field!

Information Session
When: Wednesday June 2nd 6 – 8 PM

Where: Seattle University Campus- Chardin Building,  Room 142

1020 East Jefferson (11th and Jefferson)

(There is free parking in front of the building.)

Hiring for the Following Positions: 

  • Seattle Police Department – Community Outreach Program
  • Seattle Police Department – Domestic Violence
    Victim Support Team Program
  • Seattle City Attorney’s Office – Community Court
  • King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office –
    Domestic Violence Unit

Seattle Community Court Crew in CD on Friday

On Friday, May 14th, Seattle Community Court community service workers will be clearing the weeds and walkways in the “Butterfly Garden” adjcadent to the Garfield Community Center building (23rd and Cherry, east side).  This will ready the garden for the community center participants to begin  their Spring Planting!

This project was generated by a member of the Colman Neighbors Association, who noticed the overgrown weeds and contacted Community Court to determine whether we could bring a crew to help. Of course, as a CD resident and community supporter, I agreed (I am also the Program Coordinator of the Seattle Community Court program) 

We will begin work at 10 and complete at 2, with a 30 minute lunch at 11:45. 

After 2PM, we’ll head out into the neighborhood for a friendly litter pick up until 3:30.

Community Court partners with community stakeholders to identify projects (on public property) that need attention, and we strive to make it happen.

In the spirit of community collaboration, please let me know, before Friday early AM, where we should focus our litter pickup- within 5 or 6 bocks of the Community Center at 23rd and Cherry, along sidewalks and parking strips.

Come by to visit, if you can, and thank the workers for their contribution.  I will be there also.


Stephanie Tschida

March 8th 22nd Avenue Re-entry House Meeting

As many of you know, we are hosting a community meeting on Monday, March 8th to discuss the 22nd Avenue Re-entry House concerns.  Facilitating the discussion will be Seattle Police Department’s Director John Hayes.

Agenda items include a brief overview, current updates, and participant discussion.

 Seattle University has generously provided us with a meeting space that includes easy accessibility and free parking.

 Monday, March 8th, 7 to 9 pm

Seattle University, Chardin Hall Room # 145

1020 E. Jefferson, 98122

 Enter the parking lot at 11th & E. Jefferson, go into the front door and turn right, continuing to room #145- Please do not come early as the room will be in use until 6:55 PM.

 We are looking forward to seeing you there!

 With regards,

Stephanie Tschida, Chair

East Precinct Crime Prevention Coalition