The Trial Court has announced exam dates and opened online registration for the entry exams required to establish eligibility to apply for Court Officer and Probation Officer positions.
The exam for Probation Officer eligibility will be conducted on June 28th and for Court Officer eligibility on July 19th. Both exams will be conducted at the Boston Convention & Exposition Center on Summer Street. The standard registration deadline is May 7th and an $80 fee will apply. Late registrants will pay a fee of $130 to register through May 14th.
Passing the exam does not guarantee an interview for the Court Officer or Probation Officer positions. Individuals must respond to a job posting after passing the examination and must also meet minimum eligibility requirements to be considered for the appointment to either position. Exam registrants should be aware that job applicants selected for an interview typically exceed the minimum requirements.
Exam registrants will receive an email confirming their registration. They will also receive an orientation and preparation guide by email several weeks prior to the examination.
No make-up exam dates will be available, with the exception of current military personnel who, in connection with current service, have military orders indicating their unavailability due to military service on the examination date. They must register and pay for the exam and request a makeup examination in writing, with a copy of their military orders attached.
Fee waivers and other accommodations may be requested. There will be no fee refunds unless the examination is cancelled by the Trial Court.
Complete information on the exam registration and the minimum eligibility requirements for court officer and probation officer positions are provided at: http://www.mass.gov/courts/jobs.
In order to maximize boarding locations and improve customer convenience, the westbound berthing locations at Park Street Station (Green Line level) of the Heath Street Line (E-branch) and Riverside Line (D-branch) will be swapped. Currently, customers desiring westbound D-branch service board on Track 1 with customers desiring E-branch service boarding Track 2. Effective at the start of service on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, customers desiring westbound D-branch service will board on Track 2 with customers desiring E-branch service boarding on Track 1.
AN IMMIGRATION WORKSHOP
THE HOUSE OF THE SEVEN GABLES
115 Derby St, Salem, MA
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Program runs from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
TOPICS COVERED AT THIS FREE SESSION INCLUDE:
•Eligibility for Lawful Permanent Residence
•The Naturalization Process
•The Naturalization Test
• Rights & Responsibilities of U.S. Citizenship
• The Unauthorized Practice of Immigration Law (UPIL)
FEATURING INFORMATION FROM:
U.S. CITIZENSHIP & IMMIGRATION SERVICES (USCIS)
District Congressional Lead, Mary Anne Sciuto
District Community Relations Officer, Roy Davis
Field Office Director, Luis Chaves
MASSACHUSETTS IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE ADVOCACY COALITION
Federal Policy Director, Sarang Sekhavat
There is no charge for this event.
Seating is limited.
Please contact Derek Krevat if you have any questions at
Derek.Krevat@mail.house.gov or (781) 595-7375.
Tony Williams was a friend of ILCNSCA and many others in the disability rights/independent living community. We will miss him. See news article at link below:
Rest in peace Tony.
Independent Living Center of the North Shore & Cape Ann, Inc. (ILCNSCA) and North East Transwomens Alliance, Inc. (NETA) will be gathering together on Saturday June 21, 2014 to participate in the Parade which begins at noon. The parade will occur rain or shine. There is no rain date for this parade so please come prepared. The parade begins in front of the Salem Post Office located at 2 Margin St. Salem, MA and ends at the Salem Common. ILCNSCA will have one car parked in Riley Plaza lot, arriving at 10:30 AM for you to gather behind.
Vendors will be gathered on Salem Common and ILCNSCA as well as NETA will have vendor tables with information. Many speakers, musicians, other vendors will be at the Salem Common all afternoon.
If you would like to march with us, roll with us, be in the parade with us, send an email to Gmurphy@ilcnsca.org with “NSPRIDE” in the subject, letting him know you will be gathering with us for the parade.
ILCNSCA supports civil rights and inclusion of all! Let’s show our Pride by being a part of this important event!
Please refrain from wearing scents such as perfumes or scented clothing. At public events photographs and/or video may be taken for ILCNSCA publication. We will respect all requests to not be photographed by us, please inform us at time of RSVP or arrival.
AN INTERDISCIPLINARY PRACTICE AND POLICY CONFERENCE
FOR WORKING WITH LESBIAN, GAY, BISEXUAL AND TRANSGENDER OLDER ADULTS AND CAREGIVERS:
Wednesday May 14, 2014
8:30am to 4:30pm
Salem State University School of Social Work
Marsh Conference Center, Central Campus
71 Loring Avenue, Salem, MA 01970
Keynote Speaker: Justice Judith Cowin (Retired)
Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
Cost: $95 (includes conference, continental breakfast, lunch, closing reception)
$45 for seniors (60+) and students with current student ID
Limited partial scholarships available
Door: $120 and $70 respectively
CEUs: Add $30 for 4.5 Social Work or 5.0 Nursing CEUs
Online Registration: Is now open!
For more information: on registration, travel or accommodations call (978)542-7055
Executive Board Meeting
Wednesday, May 28, 2014
10:00 AM-12:00 Noon
Wednesday, April 28, 2014
2nd Floor, Conference Rooms 2 and 3
Both meetings will be at:
10 Park Plaza, Boston MA
State Transportation Building
- AACT provides advice to the MBTA on matters relating to the accessibility and transit needs of seniors and persons with disabilities.
- Agendas for the meetings can be found at the Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization’s website at www.bostonmpo.org click on the link AACT.
- For assistance or special meeting accommodations contact Janie Guion, at 617-973-7507/voice or 617-973-7089/TTY. You have fifteen days to request an American Sign Language Interpreter please contact us by the third of each month.
- Materials are available in accessible formats.