Dec
3
12:00 PM12:00

Meeting the Needs of Limited-English Speakers: An Education Opportunity for Social Service Agencies

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Education Opportunity for Social Service Agencies

One22, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights, is pleased to bring a lunch workshop designed specifically for social service agencies to discuss responsibilities, challenges, and successes in Language Access while delivering their services. Regardless of citizenship status, disability status, or English proficiency, civil rights laws require health care providers and human service agencies to effectively communicate with their patients/clients, and ensure the privacy and security of health information. A lunch of pizza and salad will be provided.

Monday, December 3rd  | 12:00 - 2:00 PM

Jackson Whole Grocer’s Community Room

 Ian Shipps, Acting Deputy Regional Manager for the Office for Civil Rights

Ian Shipps, Acting Deputy Regional Manager for the Office for Civil Rights

This forum will be lead by Ian Shipps, Acting Deputy Regional Manager for the Office for Civil Rights. Ian Shipps was born and raised in Springfield, Missouri.  He graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point and the University of Colorado Law School.  After law school, Ian clerked for a judge at the Colorado Court of Appeals.  Ian joined OCR’s Rocky Mountain Regional Office in Denver in September 2009, as an investigator; his investigations included enforcement of federal Civil Rights and Health Information Privacy Laws.  Currently, Ian serves as the Acting Deputy Regional Manager for the Rocky Mountain Regional Office, which requires that he ensure the office serves the public by: (1) enforcing applicable federal laws through investigations and compliance reviews; and (2) generating and conducting public outreach opportunities for patients and providers in the Rocky Mountain Region.  Ian is also a supervisory investigator for OCR, which requires that he supervise investigators and their respective investigations.  Ian participates in several outreach events each year on behalf of OCR.  He lives in Denver with his spouse, Troy, their three children, and a cat.   


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Dec
3
to Dec 4

Meeting the Needs of Limited-English Speakers: An Education Opportunity for Health Care Providers

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Education Opportunity for Health Care Providers

One22, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights, is pleased to bring two identical forums designed specifically for health care providers to explore their responsibilities with the LEP community and ways to fulfill them. Regardless of citizenship status, disability status, or English proficiency, civil rights laws require health care providers and human service agencies to effectively communicate with their patients/clients, and ensure the privacy and security of health information. Light breakfast/ evening snacks will be provided.

Monday, December 3rd | 7:30 - 8:30 AM

Tuesday, December 4th | 5:30 - 6:30 PM

Moose Wapiti Room, St. John’s Medical Center

 Ian Shipps, Acting Deputy Regional Manager for the Office for Civil Rights

Ian Shipps, Acting Deputy Regional Manager for the Office for Civil Rights

This forum will be lead by Ian Shipps, Acting Deputy Regional Manager for the Office for Civil Rights. Ian Shipps was born and raised in Springfield, Missouri.  He graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point and the University of Colorado Law School.  After law school, Ian clerked for a judge at the Colorado Court of Appeals.  Ian joined OCR’s Rocky Mountain Regional Office in Denver in September 2009, as an investigator; his investigations included enforcement of federal Civil Rights and Health Information Privacy Laws.  Currently, Ian serves as the Acting Deputy Regional Manager for the Rocky Mountain Regional Office, which requires that he ensure the office serves the public by: (1) enforcing applicable federal laws through investigations and compliance reviews; and (2) generating and conducting public outreach opportunities for patients and providers in the Rocky Mountain Region.  Ian is also a supervisory investigator for OCR, which requires that he supervise investigators and their respective investigations.  Ian participates in several outreach events each year on behalf of OCR.  He lives in Denver with his spouse, Troy, their three children, and a cat.   



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Dec
2
4:00 PM16:00

Community Forum on Rights for Individuals with Limited English Proficiency

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One22, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights, is pleased to bring a forum designed specifically for the Limited English Proficient community on language access rights and civil rights. Regardless of citizenship status, disability status, or English proficiency, civil rights laws require health care providers and human service agencies to effectively communicate with their patients/clients, and ensure the privacy and security of health information. This event is free and open to all. Childcare, snacks and Spanish-English interpreters provided by One22.

Sunday, December 2nd | 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Hansen Hall, St. John’s Episcopal Church

 Ian Shipps, Acting Deputy Regional Manager for the Office for Civil Rights

Ian Shipps, Acting Deputy Regional Manager for the Office for Civil Rights

This forum will be lead by Ian Shipps, Acting Deputy Regional Manager for the Office for Civil Rights. Ian Shipps was born and raised in Springfield, Missouri.  He graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point and the University of Colorado Law School.  After law school, Ian clerked for a judge at the Colorado Court of Appeals.  Ian joined OCR’s Rocky Mountain Regional Office in Denver in September 2009, as an investigator; his investigations included enforcement of federal Civil Rights and Health Information Privacy Laws.  Currently, Ian serves as the Acting Deputy Regional Manager for the Rocky Mountain Regional Office, which requires that he ensure the office serves the public by: (1) enforcing applicable federal laws through investigations and compliance reviews; and (2) generating and conducting public outreach opportunities for patients and providers in the Rocky Mountain Region.  Ian is also a supervisory investigator for OCR, which requires that he supervise investigators and their respective investigations.  Ian participates in several outreach events each year on behalf of OCR.  He lives in Denver with his spouse, Troy, their three children, and a cat.   


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Oct
10
to Oct 17

One22 Presents The Community Interpreter® International Training Program

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Back by Popular Demand: One22 Presents The Community Interpreter® International Training Program

October 10-17, 2018

One22 is pleased to announce the return of The Community Interpreter training. This professional development opportunity addresses the growing need for interpreters who are skilled in the ethics of the profession as well as bilingual ability.

Businesses, government agencies, educational and social service providers, as well as concerned citizens are invited to participate in The Community Interpreter ® ,  the only national certificate program for community interpreting in the United States.

The 40-hour course requires mandatory language assessments prior to the start date, and the course sessions will run from October 10th through October 15th with an optional medical terminology session on October 16th and an introduction to simultaneous interpretation on October 17th.

Community interpreting is a growing profession that targets health care, education, human and social services. The use of qualified interpreters is promoted and endorsed by federal legislation, hospital accreditation agencies and many state and municipal laws.

The Community Interpreter is taught by Giovanna Carriero-Contreras, who has dedicated her life to the interpreting profession. She is the Founder & CEO of Cesco Linguistic Services. She chairs the U.S. national delegation for interpreting and translation at the International Standardization Organization  and authored the latest edition of the International Interpreter ® textbook.

The registration deadline is Monday, October 1, 2018

To register for the course and/or the medical terminology or trauma sessions please download this FORM


Course Schedule

Wednesday, October 10, 2018 / 8:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Thursday, October 11, 2018 / 8:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Friday, October 12, 2018 / 8:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Saturday, October 13, 2018 / 8:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Monday, October 15, 2018 / 8:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Registration & Materials- $700

Mandatory Language Proficiency Assessment- $200


Medical Terminology Session*

Tuesday, October 16th, 2018 / 8:00 AM – 05:00 PM

$125

Introduction to Simultaneous Interpretation*

Wednesday, October 17th, 2018 / 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

$80

*These sessions are separate from the rest of the course, and are open to everyone, not only course participants.

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May
16
9:00 AM09:00

Employer's Immigration Education Event

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In response to many inquiries from local businesses about the increased and unpredictable presence of Federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents, One22 will host an educational forum designed to review employers’ rights and responsibilities related to employment eligibility documentation of their workforce. The event will be held on Wednesday, May 16th, at 9:00am at St. John’s Episcopal Church.

Paula Fleck, a partner at the law firm of Holland & Hart LLP who practices labor and employment law, will deliver a presentation at 9:00 am, followed by an open question and answer session and networking opportunities.

“As the season picks up speed, we anticipate this summer’s labor market will be extremely tight with employers doing everything they can to recruit, hire, train and retain their staff so that 2018 is characterized by the high level of customer service and expertise that Jackson Hole is famous for,” said Sharel Lund Love, Executive Director of One22. The growing presence of ICE in our community has many employers on edge about how they can protect their staff, their business, and their customers, Love said.

“Every day we at One22 are fielding calls from employers with the same question: ‘what can we do?’” said One22 Program Director Carey Stanley. “This forum is designed to inform businesses of their rights and obligations, and associated risks of noncompliance.” With a clear understanding of the rules, she said, employers can make informed choices about the best ways to face this changing environment.

“Our hope is to come together as a community to support our neighbors and help keep each other informed,” said Stanley.

 

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Apr
11
to Apr 18

Back by Popular Demand: One22 Presents The Community Interpreter® International Training Program

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Back by Popular Demand: One22 Presents The Community Interpreter® International Training Program

April 11-16, 2018

One22 is pleased to announce the return of The Community Interpreter training. This professional development opportunity addresses the growing need for interpreters who are skilled in the ethics of the profession as well as bilingual ability.

“In order for all residents to have access to the business of daily life, and to participate fully in our community, it’s important for skilled interpreters to fill in gaps in the most complicated and nuanced conversations,” said One22 Executive Director Sharel Lund Love.  

Businesses, government agencies, educational and social service providers, as well as concerned citizens are invited to participate in The Community Interpreter ® ,  the only national certificate program for community interpreting in the United States.

“We are excited to bring The Community Interpreter ® training back to increase awareness and the technical skills of those in interpretive roles, whether professionally or simply by friendly request,” said Love. “In our zeal to offer bilingual services, many organizations may not recognize the unique role of the interpreter, and the opportunities and challenges presented by each encounter.”

The 40-hour course requires mandatory language assessments prior to the start date, and the course sessions will run from April 11th through April 16th with an optional medical terminology session on April 17th and a trauma session on April 18th.

Community interpreting is a growing profession that targets health care, education, human and social services. The use of qualified interpreters is promoted and endorsed by federal legislation, hospital accreditation agencies and many state and municipal laws.

The Community Interpreter is taught by Giovanna Carriero-Contreras, who has dedicated her life to the interpreting profession. She is the Founder & CEO of Cesco Linguistic Services. She chairs the U.S. national delegation for interpreting and translation at the International Standardization Organization  and authored the latest edition of the International Interpreter ® textbook.

The registration deadline is Saturday, April 7, 2018

To register for the course and/or the medical terminology or trauma sessions please download this FORM


Course Schedule

Wednesday, April 11, 2018 / 8:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Thursday, April 12, 2018 / 8:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Friday, April 13, 2018 / 8:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Saturday, April 14, 2018 / 8:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Monday, April 16, 2018 / 8:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Registration & Materials- $700

Mandatory Language Proficiency Assessment- $150


Medical Terminology Session*

Tuesday, April 17, 2018 / 8:00 AM – 05:00 PM

$125

Interpreting in Trauma Situations*

Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 / 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

$75

*Optional

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Día de los Muertos Celebration a
Nov
1
5:00 PM17:00

Día de los Muertos Celebration a

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Día de los Muertos Celebration

Come join us in the traditional Latin American celebration in honor of loved ones who have passed. Enjoy altar viewings, a Mexican potluck and make your own papel picado with the Art Association.

Únase a nosotros en la celebración tradicional de America Latina en honor a sus seres queridos que han pasados. Disfrute de los altares, comida típica y haga su propio papel picado con la Asociación de Arte de Jackson Hole.

Wednesday, 11/1  5-7pm  

Hansen Hall, St. John's Episcopal Church


Sponsored by: One22, St. John's Jackson Hole, Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum, Art Association of Jackson Hole


Free and open to the public / Abierto y gratis al público.

 

 

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Oct
28
to Oct 29

El Consulado Móvil regresa a Jackson / The Mexican Consulate returns to Jackson

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El Consulado Móvil de Salt Lake City regresa a Jackson el 28 y 29 de Octubre. Para programar una cita llama a MEXITEL 1(877) 639-4835 o si necesita ayuda, visite a One22.

The Mexican Consulate of Salt Lake City will be returning to Jackson October 28th-29th. To schedule an appointment call 1(877) 639-4835 or visit One22 for assistance

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Oct
26
5:30 PM17:30

4ta Clínica Anual de Asesoramiento Legal / 4th Annual Legal Advice Clinic

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4ta Clínica Anual de Asesoramiento Legal. Gratis para el público. Jueves, 26 de octubre 5:30-7:30 en Hansen Hall. Ver comentarios para información en español. 
 

4th Annual Legal Advice Clinic. Free for the public. Thursday, October 26th 5:30-7:30pm in Hansen Hall.

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Oct
4
to Oct 9

The Community Interpreter ® International is coming to Jackson!

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The Community Interpreter ® International Training Program

October 4-9, 2017

One22 is pleased to announce the first in a series of education and outreach opportunities for Fall, 2017. Businesses, government agencies, educational and social service providers, as well as concerned citizens are invited to participate in The Community Interpreter ® International, the only national certificate program for community interpreting in the United States.

“We are excited to partner with the Office of Health Equity of the Wyoming Department of Health to increase awareness and the technical skills of those in interpretive roles, whether professionally or simply by friendly request,” said Executive Director Sharel Lund Love. “In our zeal to offer bilingual services, many of us may not recognize the unique role of the interpreter, and the opportunities and challenges presented by each encounter.”

The 40-hour course requires mandatory language assessments prior to the start date, and the course sessions will run from Wednesday, October 4, through Monday, October 9. Courses will be held at St. John’s Episcopal Church and Central Wyoming College.

Community interpreting is a growing profession that targets health care, education, human and social services. The use of qualified interpreters is promoted and endorsed by federal legislation, hospital accreditation agencies and many state and municipal laws.

The Community Interpreter ® International is taught by Giovanna Carriero-Contreras, who has dedicated her life to the interpreting profession. She is the Founder & CEO of Cesco Linguistic Services. She chairs the U.S. national delegation for interpreting and translation standards at the International Standardization Organization (ISO TC 37/SC 5) and co-authored the latest edition of The Community Interpreter ® International textbook.

The registration deadline is Saturday, September 30, 2017 and an early registration discount is available through Tuesday, September 12th. Limited scholarship assistance is available.

To register please follow this LINK


Course Schedule

Wednesday, October 4, 2017 01:00 PM – 05:00 PM

Thursday, October 5, 2017 08:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Friday, October 6, 2017 08:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Saturday, October 7, 2017 08:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Sunday, October 8, 2017 08:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Monday, October 9, 2017 08:00 AM – 01:00 PM


Unable to attend? Join us for an introduction session

Wednesday, 10/4, 9-11am

Location: Hansen Hall, St. John’s Episcopal Church  

Course instructor Giovanna Carriero Contreras will lead a two  hour introduction for anyone with an interest in community interpreting who is unable to attend the full 40-hour program.

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Sep
23
9:00 AM09:00

GRATUITA - FORO INFORMATIVO DE DACA Y TALLER DE RENOVACIÓN SÁBADO, 23 DE SEPTIEMBRE, 2017

GRATUITA - FORO INFORMATIVO DE DACA Y TALLER DE RENOVACIÓN SÁBADO, 23 DE SEPTIEMBRE, 2017

en la Biblioteca del Condado de Teton, Ordway Auditorio

125 de Virginia Lane, Jackson, WY

 

9:00-10:30 am - Foro Informativo de DACA

11:30-1: 30 pm - Taller de Renovación de DACA

Para el vencimiento de DACA desde 5 de septiembre, 2017, hasta el 5 de marzo de, 2018

Favor de traer:

  • Documentos de identidad: licencia de conducir o identificación de Wyoming y Tarjeta de Seguridad Social
  • Tarjeta de Autorización para trabajar
  • Copias del certificado inicial y las solicitudes de renovación DACA
  • Giro postal de $495 (para los nacionales no mexicanos)
  • Los antecedentes penales y registros de inmigración, incluyendo multas o citaciones (si es aplicable)
  • Documentos del Permiso Adelantado de Reingreso (si es aplicable)
  • Copia de cualquier otra aplicación de inmigración presentados ante el USCIS (si es aplicable)

** Para los mexicanos, el Consulado Mexicano asistirá con el costo de $495 por la renovación.

Para calificar, favor de traer:

  • Pasaporte mexicano o acta de nacimiento
  • Tarjeta de autorización de trabajo
  • Comprobante de residencia en uno de estos condados de Wyoming: Teton, Lincoln, Sublette, Fremont, Sweetwater, Uinta, Park, Big Horn, Washakie, Hot Springs
  • Llame a Estela en One22 al 307-739-4500 para hacer una cita para escanear estos documentos para un proceso más rápido.

2:00-5:00 pm - Taller para otras preguntas de inmigración

Abogados con el Consulado de México en Salt Lake City estarán a su disposición para hablar de uno-a-uno con los individuos. Se le atenderá en el orden que llegue.  

Para obtener más información, llame a Estela en One22 al 307-739-4500.

Patrocinado por: SRE Consulado de México, Salt Lake City, Teton County Library , One22, Teton County Access to Justice, Trefonas Law, Immigrant Hope -- Wyoming Idaho

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Coffee Hour at St. John's Church
Jun
25
11:00 AM11:00

Coffee Hour at St. John's Church

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Join us for coffee hour at St. John's Church following the Sunday service! 

In gratitude for our generous partners at St. John's Episcopal Church, One22 is hosting the Coffee Hour after the 10:00am service. 

This event is part of our month long birthday celebration!

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