MIMA COVID-19 Update No. 12

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Biweekly update

July 21, 2020
No. 12

To read this update in other languages, visit MIMA's website 

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Keeping You Informed

As the City of Baltimore continues to respond to COVID-19 under the leadership of Mayor Young, the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MIMA) is working to ensure that critical information is available in multiple languages. For multilingual up-to-date information regarding the city’s response, follow us on Facebook

Below you will find the English version of MIMA's multilingual biweekly update with information regarding services impacted by COVID-19 and resources available to community members. 

Renters Protections

What's New This Week?

July Grocery and Produce Box Dates & Locations

Grocery and produce box dates and locations for July have been announced! Check the graphics below for more information. 

July 13 Parking Enforcement Resumes

July 13th: Parking Enforcement Resumed

The Parking Authority has restarted parking meter enforcement services! You can view and share multilingual graphics about the resumption parking meter enforcement on MIMA's Facebook page. 

Baltimore City Public Schools to Start 2020-2021 School Year Online

All schools will open virtually. BCPS will revisit the in-person hybrid option later this fall. Please visit baltimorecityschools.org/reopening for more information about the reopening plan as well as town-halls with district leadership. 

Reserve Your Next Pool Visit!

Park and neighborhood pools are opening at limited capacity and with online reservation only. To reserve your next pool visit, visit Rec and Parks's registration page. Sign-in or create your account, select which pool you want to attend, select the session, select which family members will be attending that day and click add to cart. To check out, sign the waiver, review and complete the transaction and save or print your tickets. When you go to the pool, bring an electronic or printed copy of your tickets with you. Remember that every guest will take a quick health screening and temperature check before going into the pool area. Check out the graphic below for more information on the pool registration process. 

Does Your Organization Need Volunteers?

We recognize that during this time, community organizations may be in need of volunteer assistance, to support their programs and initiatives. If you would like to inquire about how MIMA might assist through our pool of volunteers, please contact mimavolunteer@gmail.com

Baltimore Health Corps

Baltimore City will be hiring over 300 health workers to conduct contact tracing, care coordination, and other public health activities for the duration of the Baltimore City COVID-19 response. Visit baltimorecorps.org/baltimore-health-corps to learn more and apply! Bilingual applicants are highly encouraged to apply, and Spanish speaking bilingual candidates are urgently needed!

Job Opportunity with the International Rescue Committee

The International Rescue Committee is hiring for the position of Program Manager, Economic Empowerment! The Program Manager for Economic Empowerment (EE) programs is responsible for the strategic guidance, outcome tracking and measurement, management and daily coordination of economic empowerment programs in the Baltimore office. This includes overseeing grant-funded employment programs covering entry level and career development services, financial coaching and loan programs, and new and short-term economic empowerment initiatives. The manager will work with the deputy director, other program leads and the senior management team to develop strategies to effectively identify needs, implement new and existing programs, ensure holistic service delivery, and support proposal development and program design. Apply for the position here

Adult Learning Center Classes

The Adult Learning Center is offering GED and English classes! Morning and evening classes are available, classes are free with a $10 fee for materials, and no documentation related to immigration status is requires. Call to sign up for the Fall semester now: For GED classes call 410-261-3517, and for English classes, call 410-261-0023. Email jschneiderman@strongcitybaltimore.org with any questions. The Adult learning center is located at 2101 E. Biddle Street, Baltimore MD 21213. Get more info about the Adult Learning Center here, and see flyer below. 

Please see MIMA’s website for multilingual information on economic relief, health and human services, food distribution and city services.

ALC Fall Flyer - English

Pool Reservation Process



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Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs
100 N. Holliday Street, Room 250
Baltimore, MD  21202